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Road Construction

New work could mean more problems on Village Road

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video More trouble for drivers on Village Road in Leland. Two years after road work led to lots of congestion, it now appears that more work needs to be done. Full story...
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DOT to close part of NC 904 starting Monday

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The NC Department of Transportation will close a section of NC 904/Seaside Road 0.8 miles south of US 17 near Grissettown in Brunswick County from Monday at 7 a.m. until Monday, May 6, at 5 p.m. for a pipe replacement. Full story...
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N. 3rd Street work finally done downtown

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videoFor the first time in months, North 3rd Street is completely open. Final landscaping and other details were completed this week in the northern end of the street. The city held a ribbon cutting ceremony this afternoon to celebrate the project's completion. Full story...
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State approves highway paving projects for Brunswick, Pender, New Hanover counties

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video The NC Department of Transportation has awarded a $13.9 million contract to S.T. Wooten Corp. of Wilson to widening, resurfacing and shoulder work on roads in Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender counties. Full story...
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Randall Parkway back open in both directions

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video Both lanes of Randall Parkway are back open. One lane of traffic had been closed while crews installed drainage pipes underneath the road. Full story...
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Randall Pkwy. work to cause delays

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video The eastbound lane of Randall Parkway between Brailsford and Marlboro drives will be closed starting tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. until Saturday. Full story...
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Bridge closure backs up traffic in Cape Fear region

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videoThe closure of the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge cut off one of the main arteries in and out of Wilmington and clogged up streets in the heart of downtown. Full story...
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Bridge closure backs up traffic in Cape Fear region

The closure of the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge cut off one of the main arteries in and out of Wilmington and clogged up streets in the heart of downtown.

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Market Street lanes to close for road work

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The NC Department of Transportation says lanes on Market Street/US 17-Business in Wilmington will close beginning next week while contractors perform construction work on a 3.5-mile portion of the highway. Full story...
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Paving work could cause delays between Leland and Wilmington

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Travelers driving between Wilmington and Leland could experience delays at night for the next few weeks. The Department of Transportation is paving US 17/74/76/421 from the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge and the Thomas Rhodes Bridge in New Hanover County to the bridge over Alligator Creek in Brunswick County. Full story...
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CFPUA: River Road should reopen Friday

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The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority says it expects the portion that has been closed since May 17 will reopen Friday. Full story...
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Road construction halted in NC for holiday weekend

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Motorists across North Carolina will find the going easy for the Memorial Day weekend. Full story...
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Wilmington Bypass work progresses, bridge painting resumes Wednesday

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video With the number of construction projects going on in our area, orange barrels have become a part of the everyday scenery. From bridge repairs to resurfacing roads, there's a lot of work going on right now. One big project that's halfway done is expected to relieve congestion between Wilmington and Leland. Full story...
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Walnut Street closed at 3rd Street Wednesday

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Work on North 3rd Street in Downtown Wilmington will mean another detour for drivers tomorrow. Traffic on Walnut Street will not be able to cross 3rd Street. Full story...
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Drivers hit roadblock as Oleander work begins

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Drivers unaware of road construction on Oleander Drive in Wilmington were in for a rude awakening today. Part of the busy road is closed at the railroad tracks near Dawson Street. Full story...
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