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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Former Leland cop not among those who lost certifications

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video The North Carolina Department of Justice now says one of five former Leland Police officers it said had lost their law enforcement certification was not part of the criminal investigation. Full story...
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Leland holds public meeting on sign ordinance

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video The Town of Leland held a joint meeting of the town council and the planning board to seek public opinion on the towns sign ordinance. Business owners were out in force to speak out against the new rules, which size signs based upon a business’s zoning. Full story...
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Congregation builds a new church

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video It has been more than two years since the historic Blackwell AME Zion Church in Leland burned to rubble and ashes. It was one of three suspicious fires in the area the week of September 19, 2010. This weekend, the congregation celebrated its plans to rebuild. Full story...
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Former Leland police officers stripped of certification

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video A North Carolina Department of Justice spokeswoman says five former Leland police officers are no longer sworn law enforcement officers. Former Deputy Chief Karl Smith, Lt. Bill Kozak, Lt. Rick Dellapia, Ofc. Michael Landen and Ofc. John Blasingame all either quit or were fired last spring as the SBI investigated allegations of problems within the Leland Police Department. Full story...
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Truck rolls over, slows traffic near Leland

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A flipped truck caused a headache and heavy traffic this afternoon for drivers heading toward Wilmington from Brunswick County. Full story...
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Leland church set to rebuild more than two years after fire

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videoMore than two years after fire destroyed their church, a Leland congregation is ready to rebuild. Blackwell AME Zion Church burned down in the early morning of September 19, 2010 Full story...
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Leland looks at sign ordinance

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video The Leland Town Council met Thursday night and one issue was a public hearing on the enforcement of the towns sign ordinance. The town wants to make signs more uniform and more attractive. Three local business people spoke at the public hearing and they were all strongly against any changes to their business signs. Full story...
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Leland businesses worried about possible sign restrictions

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video Business owners in Leland are worried potential restrictions on signs in town could cost them money. Thursday town council will discuss limiting signs to a maximum height of six to eight feet depending on the business's zoning area. Full story...
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Traffic pattern on US 17N near Leland changes Thursday

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videoDrivers in Brunswick County can expect a change in traffic patterns near Leland later this week. Full story...
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Teen Mom 2 canceled? Jenelle Evans deemed a 'liability'

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Has Janelle Evans recent drama gotten to be too much to handle, even for MTV? Multiple sources tell E! News that Teen Mom 2 is "definitely on its way out," but MTV isn't confirming that—yet. Full story...
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'Backpacks Full of Blessings' in Brunswick County

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video 'Backpacks Full of Blessings' is in need of volunteers and donations to continue providing food to school children in need on weekends. Full story...
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'Teen Mom' Jenelle Evans is pregnant again

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Jenelle Evans is pregnant again, Star magazine is exclusively reporting. Full story...
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'Turtleman' gives kids a Christmas treat

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videoWhile kids will wait for Santa's superfast flying reindeer to make their global trek tonight, it was a much slower set of animals that grabbed attention in Leland today. Full story...
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Wave adding new route to Leland in February

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video Folks traveling to Leland will soon have a new bus route to take. Wave transit has announced the new Brunswick County Connector will go into effect February 4. Full story...
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Unity group sponsors street dance in Leland

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video Unity Group of North Brunswick sponsored a street dance Friday night at the North Brunswick shopping center, as part of their Christmas festival. One objective of the group is to provide free entertainment to the community. Full story...
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