5 days ago
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Nurse practitioner arrested on drug charges in Columbus County

A Whiteville woman is charged with possession of marijuana.
1 month ago
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Two Columbus County teens missing, last seen walking their dogs

The Columbus County Sheriff's Office needs your help finding two brothers who were last seen on Monday.
1 month ago
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Whiteville City Council considers plans for new City Hall

Right now, Whiteville’s City Council members conduct business from a rented space, due to a mold infestation and foundation issues affecting their old facility. Tonight, city leaders discussed a building proposal for a new, mold-free City Hall.
Zaxby's
2 months ago
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Zaxby’s opening in Whiteville Monday

Zaxby's, known for its chicken fingers and wings, is opening a new location in the county seat of Columbus County Monday.
3 months ago
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Whiteville native, UNCW grad named interim Highway Patrol commander

Gov. Roy Cooper has named a Whiteville native and UNCW graduate the acting commander of the North Carolina Highway Patrol.
3 months ago
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Whiteville man charged with identity theft

A Whiteville man is charged with one count each of identity theft, insurance fraud and attempting to obtain property by false pretense.
3 months ago
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Whiteville Police looking for suspect after shooting sends 1 to hospital

The Whiteville Police Department is investigating after a shooting this afernoon sent one man to the hospital.
4 months ago
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Teacher of the Week: Trina Osborne

Trina Osborne has a very large fan club of students at Central Middle School in Whiteville. Hundreds of them flooded the WWAY website with nominations for Teacher of the Week. Learning of all her nominations made her feel "that I'm actually in the right profession I'm supposed to be in."
5 months ago
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FEMA, State Disaster Recovery Center opening in Columbus Co. Wednesday

North Carolinians who saw damage and losses in Hurricane Matthew can get information about available state and federal assistance at a Disaster Recovery Center in Columbus County starting Wednesday.
5 months ago
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Churches feed hundreds of families affected by Hurricane Matthew

It has been nearly a month since Hurricane Matthew and people across the state are still recovering.