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Couple shares love story after meeting at Methodist orphanage

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videoIt's a love story unlike most. Billy and Peggy Griffin met as children at the Methodist Home for Children near Raleigh, but their friendship didn't end there. Full story...
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Woman celebrates a milestone birthday

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videoNot many citizens can say they have lived through the Great Depression, the Civil Rights Movement, and even the inauguration of the first black president. Full story...
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Church hands out free school supplies

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videoThe First Baptist Church of Leland handed out free school supplies for the third consecutive year this weekend. Parents and children began lining up an hour before the church doors even opened, and for good reason. Full story...
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'Pender-Topsail Post & Voice' Headlines

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The 'Pender-Topsail Post & Voice' editor Andy Pettigrew sat down with Good Morning Carolina anchor Randy Aldridge to talk about the week's headlines.video Full story...
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HAPPENING TOMORROW: Wilmington Miracle Field, playground opens

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The Miracle League of Wilmington opens Braxx Stadium and the Kiwanis Miracle Playground Saturday.video Full story...
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Pet Pals

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videoPet Pals is a weekly report on animals up for adoption in New Hanover County. Today we profiled a neutered male cat. Full story...
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Wilmington Teen Attends JDRF Children's Congress in Washington

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A Wilmington teen represented North Carolina at the JDRF Children's Congress in Washington. He was one of 150 children with Juvenile Diabetes from around the country that gathered to lobby congress.video Full story...
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This week's 'Pender-Topsail Post & Voice' headlines

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Editor Andy Pettigrew shares headlines from this week's 'Pender-Topsail Post & Voice' Full story...
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Oak Island OKs $5 parking decals for residents

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Oak Island council members voted unanimously Tuesday to charge residents $5 for parking decals that allow access to resident-only parking spots. Full story...
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Wilmington teen to attend JDRF Children's Congress in Washington

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A Wilmington teen is getting ready for a big trip to the nation's capital in July, but he's not going just to see all the sights and history there. video Full story...
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Extraordinary People: From Gang to God

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video Hope can seem to be lost in some Wilmington neighborhoods riddled by bullets and haunted by gang activity. It’s in these dark, dismal places that you'll find Rev. James Jamison. Full story...
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Stealth radar helps city curb speeding

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video Are you tired of car after car speeding through your neighborhood? It may become a thing of the past in Wilmington thanks to a new big brother type of technology. Full story...
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Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity celebrates completion of 40-home community

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videoCape Fear's Habitat for Humanity celebrated the completion of their first neighborhood, The Cottages at Cornerstone. The 40-home subdivision on Prices Lane in Wilmington has become a tight-knit community for those who live there. Full story...
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Cape Fear Chordsmen resonate classic, patriotic sounds in their 25th year

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'Thank Your Lucky Stars and Stripes' with the Cape Fear Chordsmen this weekend, as they celebrate their 25th show of its kind at Kenan Auditorium.video Full story...
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Big name comedians coming to City Stage, Nutt Street Comedy Room

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Some top-notch comedians will bring their best humor to several Wilmington stages over the next few weeks. Kicking off the weekend line-up for live performances that go on through August, see Michael Che, who has been a guest on Comedy Central and 'The Late Show with David Letterman,' on Friday and Saturday nights.video Full story...
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