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CFCC students to take over popular local restaurant

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For one night only, students in Cape Fear Community College's Hotel Restaurant Management program will be taking over the kitchen and dining room at Bluewater Restaurant at Wrightsville Beach. Full story...
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As legislators debate charter schools, public screens movie on benefits

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With legislators in Raleigh arguing over whether to create more charter schools, folks in Wilmington were educated on the subject through a free screening of "Waiting for Superman." Full story...
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Brunswick County principal hits the roof

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A Brunswick County school principal was out of the office today... and on the roof. The principal of South Brunswick Middle School honored a promise he made months ago to his students. Full story...
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Ogden students get truckin' on career path

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video Children at Ogden Elementary School were thinking about possible careers today The students were able to learn about different careers, at the school's annual Truck Career Day. Full story...
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NC education budget options elicit sharp response

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Eliminating $1.3 billion in temporary taxes for next year's North Carolina state budget is leading to some sobering options about where to cut, particularly in public education. Full story...
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UNCW chancellor search narrows

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The 16-member search committee tasked with helping select the University of North Carolina Wilmington's next chancellor met today to discuss the top candidates for the job and determine who will be invited to participate in the first round of the interview process. Full story...
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School mourns students killed in crash

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video A community is in mourning after the car crash yesterday in Brunswick County that killed a family of four. Two of the victims were a six-year-old boy and his nine-year-old brother. Both boys were students at Waccamaw School in Ash. The school lost another student just a few weeks ago. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: What you post online can come back to haunt you

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videoThe popularity of social media websites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube has the world more connected than ever, but could your cyber paper trail come back to haunt you? Full story...
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New law to help improve child nutrition

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videoRep. Mike McIntyre and USDA Under Secretary for Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services Kevin Concannon came to Bladen County to celebrate National Nutrition Month. During their visit to Elizabeth Primary School, McIntyre and Concannon spoke to students and faculty about the importance of nutrition in public schools. Full story...
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$80 million gift will improve 3 buildings at Duke

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An $80 million gift from the Duke Endowment will be used to renovate a student union center and to improve acoustics, seating and other amenities at two campus auditoriums. Full story...
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Birthdays are fun for everyone!

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There are lots of ways to celebrate… and everyone loves a birthday parade! Full story...
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Charter bill criticized by Perdue, NC House Dems

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House Democrats and Gov. Bev Perdue are trying to slow a charter school bill that passed the North Carolina Senate last week. Full story...
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NHCS budget would cut jobs, close Virgo

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video Gov. Bev Perdue's state budget plan means a $13 million cut to New Hanover County Schools. But with the state legislature leaning toward an even larger number, Superintendent Tim Markley says he's prepared for up to $20 million worth of cuts. Full story...
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Check out Dr. Markley's 2011-12 budget for New Hanover County Schools

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Here's a link to check our Dr. Tim Markley's upcoming budget for New Hanover County Schools... Full story...
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Bill to eliminate four tests advances in NC Senate

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Legislation that would eliminate four standardized end-of-course exams in North Carolina's public schools is moving forward over a judge's argument that ending them would violate the state constitution. Full story...
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