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'Sleepy Hollow' leaving for Atlanta if renewed

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Fox Television Group chairman and CEO Dana Walden said if it's renewed for a third season, “Sleepy Hollow” will move production from Wilmington following the demise of the North Carolina film tax credit program. Full story...
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Council considers $92k for Convention Center, Muni

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video Wilmington City Council next week will consider spending more than $92,000 on the Convention Center and the newly-renovated Municipal Golf Course. Full story...
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High court to hear gay marriage cases in April

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video The Supreme Court says it will decide whether same-sex couples nationwide have a right to marry under the Constitution. Full story...
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Navassa's town council meets for first time since mayor was arrested

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videoNavassa's town council met tonight little more than two weeks after their mayor was arrested. The arrest came after another council member said Willis threatened them. Mayor Eulis Willis and the council member whose allegations got him arrested, Minnie Brown, were both at tonight’s town council meeting. Full story...
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Fight against proposed Titan cement plant continues

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videoAs Titan America continues to try and put a cement plant in Castle Hayne, those against it met in Wrightsville Beach Wednesday night. NC Coastal Federation members are still fighting the proposal after six years saying the plant, which will burn more than 250,000 tons of coal a year, will discharge pollutants into the Northeast Cape Fear River. Full story...
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House Democrats want ethics changes after McCrory complaint

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Democrats at the North Carolina legislature say a ban on outside earned income by Gov. Pat McCrory and other full-time elected state officials would increase transparency and public confidence about the actions of politicians. Full story...
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NC collections gap now almost $200 million through December

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The difference between predicted revenue collections for the first half of North Carolina government's fiscal year and what's actually come in has widened slightly. Full story...
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Moore elected NC House speaker as General Assembly opens

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videoThe North Carolina General Assembly has convened its new two-year session and House members have quickly elected Kings Mountain attorney Tim Moore as speaker. Full story...
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No camping changes at Freeman Park yet

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videoCarolina Beach's Town Council decided not to take any action on proposed camping restrictions out at Freeman Park. Dozens of folks turned out to discuss proposed restrictions to require campers to obtain permits to stay the night in the park. Full story...
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Moore, Berger poised to lead as NC lawmakers return

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Activity in the Legislative Building has picked up on the day before the start of the General Assembly's two-year session. Full story...
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