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Kingoff's clock back to its rightful location

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A piece of Wilmington's cityscape will soon be back in its rightful location. Engineers installed the new Kingoff's clock Wednesday. Full story...
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Aqua North Carolina plans to raise rates

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videoAqua North Carolina recently sent out a notice informing customers that it plans to raise rates by more than 200 percent. Full story...
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Hewett begins serving prison time

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Former Brunswick County Sheriff Ron Hewett has begun serving his prison time for obstruction of justice. Full story...
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Foreclosure on Senator Boseman's property dismissed

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The Brunswick County Clerk's office has confirmed the foreclosure on Senator Julia Boseman's property at 2096 Old Mill Creek Road has been thrown out. Full story...
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New plans revealed for downtown hotel

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Wednesday CN Hotels revealed plans for a new 7 story, 125-room Courtyard Marriott Hotel at the corner of Second and Grace. Full story...
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New Hanover County man arrested for alleged sexual assault

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Mark Lewis was arrested Tuesday for an alleged sexual assault that occurred in Carteret County over seven years ago. Full story...
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Mobile home fire claims life of Brunswick County woman

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Authorities said Joan Stanley of Shallotte died as a result of the blaze that broke out Monday around 1:00 p.m. Full story...
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South Brunswick High principal awarded Principal of the Year

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videoSouth Brunswick High School principal, Vann Pennell, has held several titles over the years. Last week, he was named Brunswick County's Principal of the Year. Full story...
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Candidates meet for the vacant Wilmington City Council seat

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videoYou thought there were only 36 candidates vying for that vacant Wilmington City Council seat. Make it 37; and they all had a chance to introduce themselves at Tuesday night's marathon city council meeting. Full story...
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City says local market is contributing to crime rates

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videoThe city says Village Stop and Shop Market is contributing to the high crime rate in the area by selling alcohol and cigarettes. They say the crime is so bad, it violates a state statute. Full story...
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