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Treasurer: Judge’s ruling may cost NC $100M-plus

North Carolina state government ultimately may have to pay more than $100 million in damages to retired workers and teachers after a judge ruled it was wrong to require them to begin paying health insurance premiums six years ago.
5 days ago
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BRUNSWICK BOOM: A closer look at what is being developed

In the next 20 years, Brunswick County is expected to add more than 62,000 people to its population.
5 days ago
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IKEA submits plans to open store in Cary

A second IKEA could be coming to North Carolina. The company announced it is submitting plans to build a store in Cary.
6 days ago
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New ‘smart’ coaster to launch soon with aim to promote safety, personal interaction in bars

One Wilmington company is about to release an app that turns what looks like a drink coaster into a new way for people to socialize while staying safe.
6 days ago
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Market sees worst day since September as political turmoil unnerves Wall Street

Stocks fell sharply as investors worried that the latest turmoil in Washington could hinder President Donald Trump's pro-business agenda.
Fantasy Sports
6 days ago
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Fantasy sports regulations in North Carolina turned back

Some North Carolina legislators have turned back efforts to regulate the fast-growing fantasy sports industry after social conservatives argued it would further legitimize gambling in the state.
7 days ago
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Riverfront restaurant set to open after several delays

Blackfinn Ameripub at Pier 33 should be serving up grub to customers by next Saturday, May 27.
Zaxby's
7 days ago
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Zaxby’s looking to hire 40 workers for new Shallotte location

A popular fast food chain is coming soon to western Brunswick County, and it's looking for dozens of workers.
1 week ago
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Emissions testing no longer required in Brunswick County

Less than two dozen North Carolina counties will be required to conduct vehicle emissions testing.
Wilmington City Council discussed proposed short-term rental regulations after its agenda briefing on May 15, 2017. (Photo: Ashley Sturm/WWAY News)
1 week ago
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Wilmington City Council clashes over short-term rentals

"It's like the wild, wild west, and we're just trying to rein it in."