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Non-profit PTA sues for-profit rival

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The nonprofit PTA is suing a for-profit rival amid a decades-long slide in membership. The National Parent Teacher Association filed a lawsuit against PTO Today on Wednesday in US District Court in Chicago. Full story...
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NC high school wrestler dies after workout

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A Scotland High School student has died after he collapsed during a wrestling workout. Full story...
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Tickets to Magic Johnson speech go quickly; still chance to win on GMC

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Tickets to hear Magic Johnson speak at UNCW went quickly this morning. But there is still a chance for you to get them. Full story...
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NC SAT scores decline again as more take exam

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North Carolina's average combined score on the SAT college-entrance exam fell again in 2012. The state Department of Public Instruction said Monday that average scores on each of the three sections fell by two points compared to 2011. Critical reading scores dropped to 491, math scores fell to 506 and writing dropped to 472. Full story...
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Church gives back to local middle school

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video For many people Sunday is a day of worship, but one local church is doing its part to ensure its message resonates long past the Sunday bells. Full story...
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Cape Fear Museum welcomes mollusk mania

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Seashell enthusiast from all over North Carolina flocked to the Cape Fear Museum for the 2012 North Carolina Shell Show. 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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Faculty to ask Thorp to stay UNC-CH chancellor

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Professors at North Carolina's flagship public university are trying to sway Chancellor Holden Thorp to change his mind about resigning in the face of multiple scandals. Full story...
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Embattled UNC-Chapel Hill head Thorp to resign

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The chancellor who has run North Carolina's flagship public university is stepping down next year after multiple scandals that have erupted since he took office four years ago. Full story...
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