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‘Save Echo Farms’ holds informational meeting to save golf course

Residents of Echo Farms continue to fight to preserve their golf course.
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Roy Cooper addresses HB2 and Charlotte shooting during Wilmington visit

North Carolina Attorney General, and Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Roy Cooper stopped in Wilmington Saturday.
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LSU fires coach Les Miles, Cam Cameron, promotes Ed Orgeron

LSU has fired coach Les Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, and promoted defensive line coach Ed Orgeron to interim head coach.
Still shot of moments leading up to shooting death of Keith Scott in Charlotte. (Photo: Curry Law Firm)
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Doubts remain after Charlotte police shooting video released

Charlotte's police chief announced Saturday that he would release body and dashboard camera footage of the shooting of a black man after several days of demonstrations that have coalesced around demands that the public see the video.
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Pender County Spot Festival draws in thousands

The North Carolina Spot Festival gave people plenty to do this weekend.
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Auburn man arrested after Toomer’s Corner tree set on fire

A 29-year-old Auburn man has been charged with desecration of a venerable object in a fire that damaged oak trees at Toomer's Corner as fans celebrated a victory over LSU.
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Marlins owner says he feels ‘deepest sorrow’

The owner of the Miami Marlins says he is feeling the "deepest sorrow" over the death of Jose Fernandez.
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SC deputies complete program for dealing with mentally ill

Sheriff's deputies in three South Carolina counties have recently completed training for dealing with mentally ill people that they hope will make them more empathetic in such situations.
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Official: Leader of South Carolina Mentor has left company

An official says the man in charge of a South Carolina company that provides residential care to adults with disabilities is no longer its director.
Two men were rescued late Monday night after their boat ran ground in Snow's Cut. (Photo: Helen Holt/WWAY)
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Coast Guard, others search for man in Currituck Sound

The Coast Guard and others are searching for a man who was last seen aboard a skiff in Currituck Sound, west of Knotts Island.
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Furman students sue for right to vote in Greenville County

A hearing is scheduled for next month on a lawsuit filed by three Furman University students challenging Greenville County's voter registration policies.