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It is that time of year again. Parents and students are shopping for all those back-to-school necessities. But, while some will be shopping for the latest fashions, others will keep it simple, with school uniforms. Full story...
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A meeting will be held at Kure Beach Town Hall tonight to discuss extending the ocean front boardwalk. Full story...
Submitted by John Rendleman on Sun, 08/10/2008 - 10:25pm.READ MORE:
There are water woes in New Hanover County. The newly created Cape Fear Public Utility Authority was an effort to make water and sewer service less complicated, but an issue leaves some residents confused and upset with their first bill. Full story...
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Town officials have been trying to build a walkway along the busy stretch of Atlantic Avenue for the past three years. They're saying an elevated walkway--about ten inches off the ground--is the best option. Full story...
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The Simmons Sea Skiff is a classic type of wooden boat known though out the world. What might not be as widely understood is that it was originally made in Wilmington. Full story...
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The victim of a downtown assault has described her attacker.Full story...
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Jones has been a caretaker at Orton Plantation Gardens for more than seventy years. He celebrated his 100th birthday on those same grounds on Saturday. Full story...
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Despite the sluggish economy tourists spent more money in North Carolina than ever before. The North Carolina division of tourism reports that visitors spent a record 17 billion dollars in North Carolina last year. $426 million of that was spent in New Hanover County. That's up almost 10 percent from last year. Full story...
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