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Art in the Arboretum attracts thousands

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video The New Hanover Arboretum opens its doors this weekend for art lovers as the arboretum celebrates its 25th anniversary. The art in the arboretum will attract thousands of folks all across the area this weekend with lots of paintings, pottery, and even metal sculptures all on display and for sale. Full story...
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Holiday begins for Jewish community

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video Today is the beginning of the holiest time for the Jewish community. Yom Kippur begins tonight at sundown and goes through sundown on Saturday. Full story...
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Happening Tomorrow: US Open King Mackerel Tournament

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videoHappening tomorrow the 2014 US Open King Mackerel Tournament kicks off in Southport. Join more than 400 boats filled with anglers hoping to reel in a King that nabs the Grand Prize of $25,000. The event began 34 years ago and is now considered one of the premiere fishing events on the East Coast. Full story...
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Wilmington celebrates 275th anniversary

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video It has been 275 years since Wilmington was founded and a lot has changed over those years, but the love that people have for Wilmington has not. Full story...
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Community rides motorcycles for a cause

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video Performance cycles is hosting the Ride For A Cause event held Friday night which benefits the Wilmington Police Recreation Association. Full story...
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WWAY Surprise Squad donates supplies to Boys & Girls Club

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It can be challenging for non-profits to get the supplies they need to run their programs. To help out, we sent the Surprise Squad to the Community Boys and Girls Club.video Full story...
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: A stitch above the rest

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video Stop me if you've heard this one: A sewing machine walks into a bar and the bartender asks, "Hey, aren't you that famous singer?" This week's Extraordinary Person of the Week uses her sewing skills to help those in need. She's a 'Stitch above the rest!' Full story...
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Experts see improved outlook for fall leaves in NC

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An expert on fall foliage who had earlier said leaf colors in the North Carolina mountains would be below average is changing her forecast The Asheville Citizen-Times reports Western Carolina University resident leaf color expert Kathy Matthews says relatively dry conditions over the last month, along with cooling temperatures, have improved the outlook. Full story...
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Duke Energy Progress to replace street lights

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Duke Energy Progress says it is launching an initiative to modernize outdoor lighting across its service area. The utility says it's received approval from the N.C. Utilities Commission to replace more than 100,000 mercury vapor street and area lights with advanced light emitting diode, or LED, fixtures. Full story...
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State officials confirm enterovirus, won't say where

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Six North Carolina children have tested positive for the enterovirus but their locations are not being released to protect identities. Full story...
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