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ONLY ON 3: CFCC law enforcement program seeing higher demand

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videoCape Fear Community College students helped detectives find evidence that led to the discovery of human remains Friday. The students were a part of CFCC's Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) program, which professors say is packed with students ready to protect and serve. Full story...
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WPD: Students find evidence leading investigators to human remains

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video Wilmington Police say students have helped them find human remains as they searched for an elderly woman missing since early November in the Love Grove community. Full story...
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Contributions help CFCC students make sure families have merry Christmas

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video Workers at Cape Fear Community College are playing the roll of Santa's elves again helping make sure the families of some CFCC students will have a very merry Christmas. Full story...
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CFCC moves forward on Fine Arts Center

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video Cape Fear Community College is one step closer to building its Humanities and Fine Arts Center downtown. The school's board of trustees approved a plan to build the nearly 160,000 square foot facility across the street from CFCC's parking deck on North 3rd Street. Full story...
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Azalea Festival moves concerts downtown to CFCC

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video Thousands more people will be able to enjoy the North Carolina Azalea Festival's concerts at a larger location next April. Organizers announced Cape Fear Community College's parking lot on North Front Street across from the Schwartz Center will be the venue for the festival's headliner concerts. Full story...
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CFCC introduces new president

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video Cape Fear Community College officially welcomed its new president this morning. School leaders gathered to introduce Dr. Ted Spring as the school's new leader. Spring replaces Dr. Eric McKeithan, who retired in June. Full story...
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McKeithan receives Order of the Long Leaf Pine

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Former Cape Fear Community College President Eric McKeithan got a big surprise at a Rotary Club lunch today. He received one of the highest civilian honors in North Carolina. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: CFCC students weather Sandy during trip home

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videoCape Fear Community College Marine Technology students faced some rough seas on their research trip, but thanks to some careful planning, the Research Vessel Dan Moore made it home safe and sound through Hurricane Sandy. Full story...
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CFCC hosts fuel-efficient car show

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video Cape Fear Community College hosted a somewhat different car show today. Instead of powerful engines and custom paint jobs, the vehicles were judged on economical and environmental performance. Full story...
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CFCC needs help identifying skeletal remains

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Students at Cape Fear Community College are inviting the public to help solve a mystery. On Nov. 1, students in CFCC’s anthropology club are holding the “Cape Fear Ghost Chase,” a scavenger hunt focused on finding the identity of fictitious skeletal remains uncovered in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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CFCC recognized as military friendly again

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GI Jobs Magazine has named Cape Fear Community College a "Military Friendly School" for a second year in a row. Full story...
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CFCC selects new president

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Cape Fear Community College's Board of Trustees has selected Dr. Ted D. Spring to serve as CFCC's next president. He replaces Dr. Eric McKeithan, who retired earlier this year after 18 years on the job. Full story...
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House built by CFCC students up for auction

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A house Cape Fear Community College students built will be auctioned off this weekend. The project took a year and a half of hard work. The goal was to teach students the fundamentals of building. Full story...
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CFCC holds public forums for presidential candidates

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Cape Fear Community College has released the names of the five presidential finalists. The candidates include Dr. William Carver, Dr. Richard Federinko, Dr. Greg Rutherford, Dr. Ted Spring and Dr. Rod Townley. Full story...
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