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Airlie Gardens Family Fun Night this weekend

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videoHappening this weekend, Family Fun Night at Airlie Gardens. All kinds of games, crafts and activities will be going on Saturday from 5 to 8 PM. Friends from Airlie Gardens joined us on Good Morning Carolina this morning to tell us more. Full story...
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A Second Helping gives vacation leftovers to those in need

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video Every beach vacation leaves leftover food behind. For Holden Beach, a program has been set in place to use your leftovers known as A Second Helping. Full story...
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SURPRISE SQUAD UPDATE: Community inspired to lend a hand in Carolina Beach

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videoThe Surprise Squad made a trip out to Pleasure Island yesterday to help pay water bills. While we were there, we found one of the most emotional stories so far: A Carolina Beach woman in need, and tonight, she is getting help from you our viewers. Full story...
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Pender County Emergency Management hosts hurricane expo

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videoSoutheastern North Carolina feels the impact of almost every hurricane that occurs along the east coast. For Pender County Emergency Management holding a hurricane expo was important for everyone. Full story...
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New Housing Authority CEO wants to be clear about what she's doing with your tax dollars

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video The Wilmington Housing Authority is under new leadership. Katrina Redmond starts as CEO August 4th. Redmond is looking to move forward in every aspect especially when it comes to crime. "When you look at redevelopment or developing new, crime has to be a part of your design," Redmond said. Full story...
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Carnival of Dreams helps local resident

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video Carnival of Dreams stepped up to offered assistance to local Wilmington resident. Full story...
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Big crowd turns out for 11th annual North Carolina Blueberry Festival

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videoPender County held the 11th annual blueberry festival this weekend. Full story...
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Preserving Hewett family history

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videoHewett is one of the most common names in Brunswick County. Brunswick County native Ron Hewett is spear-heading the effort to preserve a 200+ year-old grave site. It's believed to be the final resting place of the patriarch of the Hewett family Joseph Hewett Sr. Full story...
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Area McDonald's locations donate more than $29,000 to Battleship

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videoThe USS North Carolina got a more than $4,000 donation from the Big Macs for the Battleship promotion Friday morning. The promotion is a combined effort of 32 area McDonald's. Full story...
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YMCA's Camp Kirkwood gears up for summer

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videoSchool is out for the summer. With the nice weather creeping in, why not put down the gadgets and enjoy the great outdoors? Camp Kirkwood in Pender County is taking things to new heights with new hands-on features. Full story...
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Wedding season: #NewTrends

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videoSocial media is changing the way we do almost everything, including weddings. Wedding experts say this relatively new trend lets guests to take part in capturing every moment of the special day. Full story...
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Feral cats cause controversy in Southport

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videoFolks in Southport say feral cats are a citywide issue. But after one neighborhood raised some concerns about the cats, a resident pushed back. Full story...
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Celebrating the waters that connect us all

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videoThe North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher celebrated World Oceans Day Sunday. June 8th has been recognized as a global event by the United Nations since 2008. This year's theme was 'Together we have the power to protect the oceans.' The aquarium had extra education stations allowing kids to learn about the ocean hands on. One table allowed kids to do a fake dissection. Kids pulled items out of the "stomach" of a marine creature and guessed the animal they were exploring. Full story...
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Nourish NC makes sure kids don't go hungry over summer break

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videoFifty-one percent of the students in New Hanover County are eligible for free or reduced lunch. That means, school might be the only place they get a good meal, but now school is out for the summer. Full story...
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The Fork 'n' Cork: From food truck to restaurant

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videoWhat used to be one of Wilmington's favorite food trucks has become the newest addition to downtown's restaurant scene. Owner James Smith says starting out as a food truck was the perfect stepping stone to opening a full restaurant. Full story...
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