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The Alcohol and Beverage Commission plans to demolish more than a dozen homes in an area that could soon become a historic residential district off of 17th and 18th Streets. Full story...
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Patch Adams, the unconventional, yet caring doctor made famous by Hollywood, made a house call to Bladen County Thursday night. The Cape Fear Vally Health System brought Adams to Bladen County in order to celebrate the health system's recent partnership with Bladen County Hospital. Full story...
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After nearly four months of budget struggles, Southeastern Mental Health is about to get some help sorting out their finances. Full story...
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Can an eyesore be turned into a centerpiece? The Brunswick County town of Navassa received a $200,000 Brownfields Grant from the EPA. It will allow the town to perform an assessment of the old Cape Fear Meat Packing Plant, which the mayor of Navassa will turn into a park. Full story...
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It was two years ago today that Allison Jackson Foy of Wilmington went missing. The case has remained very much in the news all that time. Full story...
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