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Riverfest wraps up

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Organizers estimate 75,000 people came out to Wilmington's 29th annual Riverfest this weekend. Full story...
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Thousands expected at 29th annual Riverfest

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videoThousands of festival goers are expected to descend on downtown Wilmington for the 29th annual Riverfest. With all those people comes a whole lot of business for the area. Full story...
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Jordan visits Wilmington Boys and Girls Club

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"His Airness" was back at his childhood stomping grounds today. Full story...
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N.C. Spot Festival taking over Hampstead

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videoThe annual North Carolina Spot Festival is taking over Hampstead. The festival is best known for its fish, but its arts and crafts are becoming more popular. Full story...
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YMCA Triathlon expected to draw thousands

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The 29th annual YMCA triathlon is expected to draw some 25,000 people to the Wrightsville Beach area Saturday. Full story...
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90-acre plot to become new park

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A nearly 90-acre plot of land adjacent to I-40 and North College Road in Wilmington will become one of the largest parks in New Hanover County. Full story...
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Group donates thousands to abused children

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Thanks to a local foundation headed by a motorcycle mama abused children in our area will be getting more help. Full story...
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End of boxing program concerns Wilmington residents

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The closing of a popular boxing program has some Wilmington residents concerned. It's been a part of the community for decades. After more than 30 years, the city ended the Sherridale Morgan competitive boxing program. Some people who live near the Tenth Street gym said the program will be missed. Full story...
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Habitat, ministry rebuild home

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An outpouring of community support is giving a Whiteville couple the chance to start over. Several local organizations have vowed to work round the clock until a decaying house is just like new. Full story...
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Sarus Dance Festival visits Wilmington

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To kick of the Sarus Dance Festival, Alban Elved Dance Company had human kinetics dancers in the window of Bottega Art and Wine in downtown Wilmington. This form of dance is just a sample of what the dancers will be showcasing this weekend. Full story...
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Kohls, hospital hold Back to School Safety Extravaganza

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For many younger students, school starts in just a few days as well. That's why so many parents are making sure their children are prepared and safe. New Hanover Regional Medical Center and Kohls Department stores presented a "Back to School Safety Extravaganza" Saturday. Full story...
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Motorcyclists ride for charity

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Earlier this week we brought you the story of a group of motorcyclists traveling 500 miles to make a difference. Friday night the group is in Rocky Mount. They'll ride the final 90 miles to New Bern Saturday. Full story...
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Senior Softball League takes field

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We've all heard of little league, but how about senior league? Teams from Wilmington's Senior Softball League took to the diamond at Empie Park Wednesday. Full story...
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Man donates air conditioner to family

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Thursday we brought you the story of a Wilmington family that was suffering through the heat wave without an air conditioner. They got a surprise Friday. One local viewer saw the story and decided he wanted to help. Full story...
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Seniors compete for beauty queen title

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The time to be a beauty queen doesn't have to end after the age of 25 or even 65. Thanks to the Ms. North Carolina America Pageant women 60 years old and over can still vie for the title. Full story...
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