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Willie Stargell’s family ‘blindsided’ by decision to auction baseball memorabilia

Memorabilia from the late Pittsburgh Pirates Willie Stargell also known as 'Pops' is now up for auction. However, Stargell's children are not too happy about it.
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ONLY ON WWAY: Parents concerned over church’s request to use Topsail High

A church in Hampstead wants to rent the two gymnasiums and the Performing Arts Center at Topsail High School, but it is causing some uproar among parents.
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Father, 16-year-old son charged with assault that sent man to hospital

Wilmington Police say a father and son were arrested this morning and charged with assaulting a man and sending him to the hospital earlier this month.
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PERFECT-PERFECT: WBHS student with perfect GPA has never missed a class

West Brunswick High School Senior Lora Kinlaw is pulling off a rare feat! School officials say she has a perfect GPA and will graduate with a perfect attendance record.
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: Cheer-for-A

A UNCW student is getting national attention from the boss of her boss. The CEO of Chick-fil-A surprised her with thousands of reasons to keep up her award winning ways.
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Humpday Health: Six-pack abs for summer

When most people think of the perfect beach body, trying to get six-pack abs are a top priority.
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UNCW ready for CAA tournament at home

The Colonial Athletic Association tournament is underway here in Wilmington. The UNCW Seahawks are looking to bring home the crown on their home field.
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Water main break closes portion of Market Street

Cape Fear Public Utility Authority crews are responding to a water main break in the center of Market Street between 20th and 21st streets Wednesday night.
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Full Belly Project working on new products benefiting communities worldwide

For the past 15 years one Wilmington organization has been helping nearly 60 countries improve their quality of life. The Full Belly Project continues to create products designed to help communities become more self sufficient.
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Rain Forces CAA tournament adjustments

Rains and inclement weather forced the postponement of Wednesday's second and third games of the Colonial Athletic Association championship tournament at Brooks Field.
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Phoenix Hometown Hires raises more than $130K to fund new jobs

Phoenix Hometown Hires held it's annual luncheon in Downtown Wilmington Wednesday afternoon. Their purpose was to raise money to create more jobs for those seeking employment across the Cape Fear.