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Carolina Beach town officials discuss traffic problems

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video The summer rush at Carolina Beach is well over, but traffic is still an issue for most residents. Full story...
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Local logging company makes national television debut

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Some locals joined together at The Pilot House to enjoy their national television debut. Full story...
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Pepsi will expand Winston-Salem call center

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Pepsi Beverages Co. is expanding its Winston-Salem call center with a $7.5 million investment that will bring 195 jobs to the area. Full story...
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Retailers start on Christmas before Halloween

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video While most people are thinking about candy corn this weekend, some stores are already thinking about candy canes. Full story...
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Company to hold job fair to fill planned call center

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Looking for work? A company planning to create dozens of jobs in Wilmington will hold a job fair this week. Full story...
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"Most delicious week of Fall"

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It's called the "most delicious week of fall." Wilmington Restaurant Week started yesterday. It's a chance to dine at places you've never tried, for the right price. Full story...
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Credit education company to open call center, create jobs

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American Credit Financial says it will open a new call center in Wilmington and hire 70 people within the next year. The credit education company tries to teach customers how to fix their bad credit. Full story...
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Future looks bright for GE Hitachi

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They're already leading the world in nuclear technology. And they have even bigger plans for the future. Full story...
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Political messages help burger joint's business

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He's a local businessman who's not afraid to speak his political mind. At his restaurant on Carolina Beach Road Richard French has several political signs lining his business with the names of conservative candidates he supports. Full story...
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Local beach favorite closes for the season

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A local Carolina Beach favorite has closed up shop, if you're in the mood for Britt’s donuts, you're out of luck until the spring. Full story...
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Beach businesses make transition to fall

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video It's official. Summer ended late last night. Businesses that rely so much on tourism based on sun and surf now have to figure out how to survive in the fall. Full story...
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New convention center's second event will be Anime & Japanese Culture Festival

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Aniwave is Wilmington’s only Anime film and Japanese Culture Festival, an event started in 2007. It is a one day festival this year, and will be held on November 20th, 2010. The venue will be the Wilmington Convention Center, and will in fact be the second event to take place at the new center. Full story...
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NC native makes socially responsible school spirit

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videoA North Carolina native is starting a national trend. She's sewing together social responsibility and fashionable school spirit to make a difference one t-shirt at a time. The socially responsible clothing line came to UNC Wilmington Wednesday to get the Seahawks' opinion on future designs. Full story...
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Women in media discuss evolving industry

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There once was a time when women played little to no part in the media. The rules have changed drastically since those days, and now women play key roles in radio and TV. Full story...
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Experts discuss business of sports in Wilmington

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video Sports are big business. Bringing that business to Wilmington was the topic of discussion this morning at the Wilmington Journal's Power Breakfast Series. Experts on the panel think the Port City could be a hit in the world of sports. Full story...
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