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Retirement

NC waste management director retiring in June

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North Carolina's chief landfill and hazardous waste regulator is retiring this spring. Division of Waste Management Director Dexter Matthews told agency workers Monday of his decision to leave June 1 after 13 years at his current job and 30 years in environmental and public health protection. Matthews says his plan had always been to retire at 30 years. Full story...
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Wilmington featured in 'Where to Retire' magazine

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The greater Wilmington, NC, area has been selected a top retirement destination by Where to Retire, the only magazine in America geared toward helping people with retirement relocation decisions. The city is profiled in the November/December issue, available nationwide on Oct. 15, 2013. Full story...
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Southport Fire Chief retiring after 48 years of service

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video After 48 years of service the Southport Fire Chief Greg Cumbee is calling it a career. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Longtime secretary talks about leaving New Hanover Co. Sheriff's Office

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video After nearly 30 years of service, today the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office honored one of its own. You might not recognize her name or her face, but coworkers say Sheriann Davis is the heart and soul of the Sheriff's Office. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach Town Manager announces retirement

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Wrightsville Beach Town Manager Bob Simpson has announced his retirement in a letter to the town. Full story...
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Wilmington still hottest city in state to retire to

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N.C. cities in the rankings are Hickory (No. 81), Wilmington (No. 37), Asheville (No. 53), Durham (No. 80), Raleigh (No. 84), Charlotte (No. 115), Winston-Salem (No. 136) and Greensboro (No. 139). Full story...
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Dealing with retirement woes

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video401k's and IRA's have taken a big hit with the latest stock market decline. Experts say retirement funds have lost nearly $2 trillion over the past year. Now it is time to find out what that means for those on both sides of retirement. Full story...
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