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Cape Fear 2020

DOT challenged by aging infrastructure

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videoOur roads and bridges are the part of our infrastructure that keeps us moving. But will the infrastructure we have now keep us moving into the year 2020? Full story...
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Cape Fear 2020: Myrtle Beach

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videoLast week we traveled to Myrtle Beach to see how that area has dealt with the kind of regional development we're seeing here along the Cape Fear coast now. We head back to the grand strand for another comparison. As our area continues to grow, what is the personal impact? Full story...
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Cape Fear 2020: Green Cars

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videoAs we continue our look ahead to the year 2020, with more people in our area there will certainly be more cars on our roads. But what kind of cars will they be? Full story...
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Catholicism will be region's largest religion by 2020

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videoIn Wilmington Catholicism has become one of the area's largest religions. Full story...
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Area schools struggling to keep up with growth

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videoThe evidence of our growing region is apparent in our already overcrowded schools. Every school in Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender Counties is filled to capacity. Full story...
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Cape Fear 2020: Senior Health

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videoThe population is booming all across the cape fear region. Many of those newcomers include people who come here to retire. In today's Cape Fear 2020 report we take a closer look at how the aging population will be served in the years to come and on the future of local senior services and housing. Full story...
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Area infrastructure stressed, breaking down

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videoThe repairs to the northeast interceptor are a step in the right direction, but the area's infrastructure is still stressing and straining and in some cases, breaking down. Full story...
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Whiteville: Poised for growth

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There's no doubt the Cape Fear region is growing. Over the next 12 years to 2020 the entire area will see more people, highways, construction -- all of the things that make for the fastest growing region in the state. Full story...
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Growth brings increase in gang activity

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videoA growing region can also mean increased crime. A little over a decade ago, gang activity in our area was unheard of. But gangs in our area are not becoming a problem, they are a problem. Full story...
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How does our area's growth compare with Myrtle Beach?

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videoWe continue our look into the future of our region by looking for some advice from folks who have already dealt with the kind of growth we're experiencing now. Full story...
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