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Whiteville woman creates tray to catch all messes

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A Whiteville woman who spends her time coming up with ways to make life easier for the average person has turned her latest idea into a patented invention.video Full story...
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Brigade BGC a finalist in Pay It Forward Contest

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video The Brigade Boys & Girls Club is a national finalist in the Family Dollar/Coca-Cola "Pay It Forward" contest. The contest is open to all Boys & Girls Clubs across the United States and the winner, based on most votes received for their entry, wins a $10,000 donation to their Club. Full story...
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Habitat raises walls on Made in America home

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video Habitat for Humanity raised the walls of its very first home using construction materials all made in America in Wilmington today. Full story...
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Area volunteer shaves head for childhood cancer research

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Supporters in our area are bringing the head-shaving challenge to Wilmington, and one volunteer kicked it all off by shaving his head live on Good Morning Carolina.video Full story...
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Mama J's offers a helping hand to those in need

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Mama J's Helping Hand provides food, clothes, household goods, and other necessities to people in the area who need it most.video Full story...
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Event makes residents into tourists

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Sunday marked the 18th annual "Be a Tourist in Your Hometown" event which is an appreciation day for county residents. Full story...
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Explore with George: Breast cancer awareness pajama party

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videoThe third annual pajama party for breast cancer awareness was tonight at the Lazy Pirate in Carolina Beach. There was food, entertainment, vendors and raffles, all to help out the cause. Our George Elliott put on his own PJs and headed over there. Full story...
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Wilmington firefighters union writes open letter to city council regarding pay

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video It’s one of the most important public services a community can have, but the Wilmington Fire Department says their current pay rate is unsustainable and unacceptable. Full story...
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Residents of Old Wilmington meet to honor one another

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videoAfter 40 years of contributing to downtown Wilmington, the Residents of Old Wilmington are still making improvements. Today members and previous ROW mayors came together to honor one another and celebrate the contributions that they have made to downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Juneteenth Festival accepts pageant applications

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video HAPPENING NOW: Young women in Wilmington can enter the Juneteenth Pageant. It focuses on education, economics, moral excellence and family unity. Find out how to participate. Full story...
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Azalea Belle’s have first fitting

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video The shops of three dressmakers will be packed all weekend as over 130 Azalea Belle’s get fitted for their antebellum dresses. Full story...
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Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure comes to Wilmington

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video For the first time, race participants will run through the streets of Wilmington during the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Hear why a breast cancer survivor says the race is so important. Full story...
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Celebrate life with 'Celebration of Flowers'

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video Lower Cape Fear Hospice hosts Celebration of Flowers in an effort to educate about their services, draw community support and celebrate life. Full story...
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Cape Fear Chordsmen deliver songs of love

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videoThe Cape Fear Chordsmen are spreading the love on Valentine's Day, surprising some special people with love songs. Full story...
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McIntyre, Fudge celebrate black history month

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videoA congressman and the leader of the black caucus came together Sunday for the 17th annual black history month commemoration. Full story...
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