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Just enough snow to cancel school for some on Wednesday

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Whiteville wasn't too white today, but white enough. A light dusting of snow was enough to close Whiteville and Columbus County schools. Full story...
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Local social web site adding members daily

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videoA Wilmington social site is helping people connect on a local level. Similar to popular global social networks like Myspace, Facebook, and Linkedin, you can blog, chat, and send messages at 3rdstreetplaza.com, but the big difference is, it's all about this area. Full story...
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UNCW alumni directors are looking for help with financial aid

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In these hard economic times, the university is turning to their alumni to help with financial aid for students who need it. Full story...
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Halyburton Park's scheduled burn on Thursday

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Wilmington's Halyburton Park will be closed for most of the day Thursday to accommodate a prescribed burn. Full story...
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Deputies investigate double homicide

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Two people are dead today, and New Hanover County sheriff's deputies are calling the deaths suspicious. Full story...
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Hobbs facing multiple charges

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A former Leland police officer and son of a Leland town council member faces two felony charges. Brett Hobbs was arrested last week and charged with felony larceny and conspiracy. Full story...
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Battle lines are drawn as City Council approves annexation

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videoTuesday night City Council approved starting the annexation process, but not without some opposition. Full story...
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Despite high demand by students, cuts to CFCC's marine tech program may be on the way

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Cape Fear Community College is worried about the future of its nationally known marine technology program. Students in the program get gain hands-on experience by spending 30 days at sea studying the water and marine life. That experience will no longer be possible if the state makes more than half-a-million dollars in proposed cuts. Full story...
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Women become friends battling cancer, start Driving for Change

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videoMildred Bethea and Courtnay Chase met under unfortunate circumstances; their doctor introduced them, as they both battled breast cancer. Full story...
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Economic crunch could mean higher costs for UNCW

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videoLike other institutions around the country, UNC-Wilmington is also feeling the economic crunch. That could translate into higher costs for students. Full story...
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