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Two-way Front Street concerns, one year later

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It has been about a year and a half since Front Street stopped being one way. Some business owners said the conversion has brought more customers. Others say traffic is too congested, and it is not safe for pedestrians. Full story...
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Brunswick County hiring policies change

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Another school policy reported last week was New Hanover County’s new policy to prohibit faculty relationships with students. Full story...
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Four New Hanover County educators recognized for their work

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videoOut of dozens of applicants, three teachers and one New Hanover County principal are being recognized for their work in school. Full story...
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Amateur golf tournament held in Wilmington

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videoThe Wilmington Municipal Golf Course was helped by great weather this weekend. Full story...
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Afterschool program offering more than just supervision

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videoWilmington's Residential Adolescent Achievement Place, better known as WRAAP, will start the second year of its after school enrichment program Monday. Full story...
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Local group aims at mentoring at risk youth

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videoThe Cape Fear Volunteer Group offers a program for at risk youth searching for a positive mentor. The program is called the big buddy system, and it is looking for more volunteers. Full story...
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YMCA opening up its doors for a good cause

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The Wilmington YMCA is taking part in America on the move week. Full story...
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UNCW reaches out to the Hillcrest community

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videoUNCW and the Wilmington housing authority have partnered to improve one community in our area. Full story...
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Brunswick County principal is facing criminal charges

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videoA Brunswick County principal is facing criminal charges tonight. Parents have come forward with what they believe could be an underlying theme in the county's schools. Full story...
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Growing number of people uninsured

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State health experts say 57,000 in the Wilmington area are living without health insurance. Full story...
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