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New program offers help for those living with a disability

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Last week, we told you about possible funding cuts for local programs that help the disabled. A new program in town will not be affected by these budget cuts. Full story...
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Leaders meeting today to discuss Empie Park tennis expansion

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Wilmington Parks and Recreation leaders are meeting today to discuss the tennis court expansion project at Empie Park. Full story...
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Renovations complete on community arts center

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Renovations to the Community Arts Building downtown are complete. Full story...
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Brunswick Cares helps those in need

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videoSome volunteers in Brunswick County spent the day reaping the rewards of giving back to those less fortunate. Full story...
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Care Program helps ill children surf

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videoToday, some local children living with illnesses got a change to hang-ten. Full story...
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Juneteenth Festival

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videoJuneteenth is an annual event that celebrates the freedom of African slaves. The festival started back in Texas in the late 1800's. Today dozens of Juneteenth festivals go on across the country and right here in southeastern North Carolina. Full story...
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Organization helping children with fathers overseas celebrate Father's Day

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A local organization wants to make sure the children of our troops serving overseas are not forgotten this father's day Full story...
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Local organization helps unemployed residents find jobs

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videoWith unemployment numbers on the rise, one local employment program is busier than ever helping people find jobs. Full story...
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Habitat building blitz homes dedicated

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After a week-long building blitz, three Wilmington families have brand-new homes. Full story...
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Young volunteers helping elderly in need

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videoThey're spending the summer in Brunswick County, but not a lot of time at the beaches. Instead, this group of young volunteers will be helping the elderly in need. Full story...
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Trail being built to connect parts of Wilmington

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videoAre you looking for a way to get around town without using gas? Monday, Wilmington residents had a chance to learn more about the planned Cross-City Trail linking parts of Wilmington with Wrightsville Beach. Full story...
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Local man trying to break karaoke record for a good cause

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videoA Wilmington man is attempting to sing his way to a world record and help a good cause in the process. Full story...
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History of surfing the Cape Fear coast

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videoA lot can change in 40 years -- the style, the technique -- but when it comes to surfing, one thing has stayed the same. "You are always looking for the perfect wave, and the perfect conditions to make the perfect wave," said Dennis Barbour, owner of Island True Value. Full story...
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Non-profit helps ease the pain of soaring gas and food prices

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videoAs the price of gas approaches $4 a gallon and food prices continue to increase, people are looking for ways to save a buck and one non-profit organization is trying to help. Once a month dozens of people wait outside of Life Community Church in Wilmington to pick up affordable food. Full story...
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Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity to build three homes in one week

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Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity will join with six local builders for the Building Blitz. Their goal is to make the dream of home ownership happen for three deserving families. Full story...
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