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Historic Wilmington house temporarily saved from demolition

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video A historic house along Front Street may have been given a temporary reprieve from the wrecking ball, but the future is still uncertain for the condemned classic. Full story...
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North Topsail town manager resigns

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The town manager of North Topsail Beach submitted his resigation Wednesday. Steve Foster has worked for the town since 2010. Full story...
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Carolina Beach council approves funding for aquatic center

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video The Carolina Beach Town Council is diving in to a project to build a state of the art aquatics center. Full story...
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ILM to get federal funding for security improvements

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More than $900,000 in federal funds will go towards security enhancements at Wilmington International Airport. That's according to a news release from Congressman Mike McIntyre's office. Full story...
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Foxx, Perdue speaking to convention's on 1st day

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Gov. Beverly Perdue, Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx and some elementary school children are among the North Carolina voices taking center stage at the start of the Democratic National Convention. Full story...
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Leland council passes changes to yard sale ordinance

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During a meeting Thursday night, Leland town council passed a motion putting certain limitations on yard sales. Full story...
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Belville leaders meet for first time since Batson's resignation

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Belville commissioners met Monday night for the first time since Jack Batson quit as mayor. Full story...
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'Pender-Topsail Post & Voice' Headlines

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videoLearn more about the hot topics in today's paper when you watch the interview with the editor-in-chief. Full story...
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City budget passes in unanimous vote

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City council unanimously approved next year's budget in a second reading. Full story...
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City council approves fee on runners

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City council unanimously approved a fee for runners who participate in city races. It also approved a fee schedule. Full story...
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