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Wilmington photographer finds hope through American Flag in Joplin

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video Joplin, MO, is a small city that April’s storms put on the map as soon as they wiped it off. It was then that Wilmington photographer Amy McConnell grabbed her camera and hit the road to her hometown to capture the devastation. McConnell says she found one thing still standing amongst the rubble: the American flag. Full story...
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JUST ADD HOPE: Cape Fear Volunteer Center

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video We often hear from viewers who say we should do more positive news than the typical gloom and doom that fills newscasts and papers. While we do often cover positive stories, we're going to try to more consistently focus on some of the good things going on in our community and the people and groups doing them. WWAY's Asha Davé shows us how the world can be changed if you JUST ADD HOPE. Full story...
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Brunswick County teen named president of VFW Ladies Auxiliary

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video Sixteen-year-old Rose Seltzer was named President of the VFW Post #9408 in Leland. Full story...
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Local law enforcement unveil fallen officers memorial

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video On a cool, spring evening, heroes were remembered. Tonight, law enforcement, government leaders and members of the community honored those who paid the ultimate sacrifice, by unveiling a new memorial. Full story...
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Senate approves new communication technology rules

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New rules governing how North Carolina towns and cities can offer broadband, television and telephone services has received tentative approval in the state Senate. Full story...
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Wilmington springs for Zack

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video The Mayo family is in the fight of their lives. After a serious accident sent 10-year-old Zack Mayo to the hospital last year, doctors discovered he had tumors on his liver and lungs. That’s when their lives changed forever. Now, the community says this is the least they could do. Full story...
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Hundreds gather to celebrate Wilmington Earth Day

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Hugh MacRae Park was packed Saturday with people celebrating our planet. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Wilmington woman looking for help tackling trash problem

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video Lola James has lived in Wilmington her entire life. She is organizing an event to finally get some of the trash picked up off the streets. Full story...
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'Everyday heroes' get helping hand buying homes

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A national program to help people who serve buy homes made its way to Wilmington today. Full story...
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Brunswick Town brings history back to life

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The festivities, held at the Brunswick Town Historic Site, were in commemoration of the 146th anniversary of the Civil War battle at Fort Anderson and the 245th anniversary of the Stamp Act resistance. Full story...
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Dozens share Locks of Love on Valentine's Day

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On this Valentine's Day, some folks in our area showed love with their hair. Full story...
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Elizabethtown revitalization project moving forward

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Elizabethtown's town manager says despite some bumps in the road, the town's revitalization program is showing signs of progress. Full story...
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Legal questions? Ask a Lawyer...Day!

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Legal advice is something most everyone needs, but it can be pricey, and you may not know where to start. Full story...
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Murder mysteries and marketing tips

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Saturday’s dreary weather played right into the Cape Fear Crime Festival. The writing festival is up and running again for the first time in four years. Full story...
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Red Dress Luncheon raises heart health awareness

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A special event for heart disease awareness was marked by women in red today. The New Hanover Regional Medical Center Foundation hosted the Red Dress Luncheon and Fashion Show. Full story...
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