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Missing elderly couple found

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The search for the missing elderly couple last seen in Leland has ended with some very good news. Ed and Julia Silver have been found. Family and friends of the Silvers say they are relieved by the news. Full story...
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Brunswick County authorities search for BB gun shooters

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Brunswick County Deputies are still looking for suspects wanted for a rash of pellet gun shootings across the area. They've done considerable damage but they've also shot at people. Full story...
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Wilmington gets new walking trail

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Folks in Wilmington now have another place to get in shape. Wednesday morning Mayor Bill Saffo helped open the new Wilmington Walks course at Holly Tree Elementary. Full story...
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New North Brunswick High School principal named

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Bob Grimes began his career as a teacher at North Brunswick High School. This week he was named its new principal. Full story...
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Brunswick County teachers to face random drug testing

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All 1,600 employees of the Brunswick County school system will soon face random drug testing. New faculty and staff will be tested prior to being hired. Full story...
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Pender County men may be next American Inventors

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A Burgaw man has the chance to win one million dollars for inventing a new children's game. He's debuting his creation on ABC's American Inventor. Full story...
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Brunswick County School Board wants to raise dropout age

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How old should a teenager be before he is allowed to drop out of school? Tuesday night the school board voted unanimously to support new legislation that would raise the dropout age. A bill in the general assembly would increase the dropout age from 16 to 18. Officials in Brunswick County hope it will keep kids in school. Full story...
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20 endangered sea turtles released

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Emaciated, sickly and near death -- that's how sea turtles arrive at the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Hospital. They usually leave healthy and ready for a chance at a new life. Full story...
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Columbus County fighting identity theft

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It's a growing problem across the country affecting thousands each year: identity theft. Identity theft can easily happen to you, but one county wants to make sure it doesn't happen to senior citizens. Full story...
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Firefighters denied pay increase

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A sea of yellow shirts greeted Wilmington City Council members at their meeting last night. Dozens of firefighters turned out, asking the city council to raise their salaries in the new budget. Firefighters, their families and friends walked to Tuesday's City Council meeting, all wearing yellow T-shirts showing solidarity. Full story...
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