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Update: Ashton Road flooding

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Employees of the the New Hanover County Engineering Department were in Ogden today, making sure residents know their responsibility in preventing flooding. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride 2008 - Hampstead

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videoThe town of Hampstead may be small but for the people who live here this town is almost like a big family. Full story...
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Commercial marina proposed

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videoNew Hanover County commissioners held a public hearing last night to decide whether to zone a piece of residential land for commercial use. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride 2008 - Sunset and Ocean Isle Beaches

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videoThey are two of a handful of Brunswick barrier islands, and both boast sprawling white sand beaches. Full story...
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Follow-up: Lifeguard struck by boater

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videoCarolina Beach Ocean Rescue and Wildlife have released some more details following the lifeguard hit and run on the Fourth of July. Full story...
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Legislators asking for help in getting Crisis Center back running

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Funding for the Southeastern Center for Mental Health will be a topic of discussion at tonight's New Hanover County commissioners meeting. Full story...
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Downtown Wilmington was busy this Fourth of July

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videoWilmington's Fourth of July fireworks were as popular as ever, but the traffic that followed wasn't much of a hit. Full story...
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Towing companies looking to increase rates

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With the high price of gas, Wilmington towing companies are looking for some extra compensation. Full story...
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More lights possible for Snow's Cut Bridge

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Tonight in Carolina Beach, residents will have the chance to weigh in on whether more lights are needed on Snow's Cut Bridge Full story...
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Reach the Beach program helping others

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Hundreds of teenagers from across the country are spending a week out of their summer here. They are not here to vacation at the beach, but to revitalize some local homes. Full story...
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