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Wilmington synagogue honors Holocaust survivors

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It's been more than half a century since millions of Jews were slaughtered in the Holocaust. Sunday a Wilmington synagogue honored two survivors who live in our area. Full story...
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Arrest Made in Traffic Fatality

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Kelvin Cardwell was charged with Death by Vehicle, No Operators License, and Reckless Driving for the fatal crash that occurred in the early hours of March 30 and killed UNCW student Annie McLeod. Full story...
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Wilmington City Council to discuss Monkey Junction annexation

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Wilmington City Council is considering annexing part of Monkey Junction. Some folks who live there protested on the steps of City Hall Friday, saying they live in the county for a reason: because they do not want to pay city taxes. Full story...
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Rain brings relief to wildfires

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Sunday's rain was a relief to wildfires burning in several counties. While the rain helps, it won't completely put out the hot spots that are still burning. Full story...
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Caswell Beach morning call program

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Living alone, at any age, comes with its challenges. If you have an emergency and can't get in touch with anyone, you might not get the help you need. That's why the Brunswick County town of Caswell Beach, which tends to be a retirement community, has a new program aimed at checking up on people who live alone. Full story...
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Questions raised about Hewett's handling of missing persons case

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In August 2006, 28 year-old Billy Wade Russ went missing in Brunswick County. A seven-week search ended when Russ' neighbor found Russ' decomposed body in his backyard. Now, evidence evidence released in the suspension of Sheriff Ron Hewett suggests he could have done more in the search. Full story...
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Electronics recycling program

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We're used to recycling cans, bottles and paper. But computers and television sets don't typically come to mind as recyclable materials. A New Hanover County electronics recycling program wants to change that. Full story...
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Wildfire aftermath

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Forest officials are dealing with the aftermath of several wildfires burning in local counties. Full story...
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Fighting obesity

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New studies find that North Carolinians are some of the heaviest people in the United States. Full story...
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Parents get a wake-up call about underage drinking

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10.8 million. That's the estimated number of youths between the ages of 12 and 20 that are underage drinkers. That's why a local group called Coastal Horizons organized a town hall meeting for parents. Full story...
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