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Disney Channel star comes to the Port City

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A long line of folks came out to Bailey Park downtown to meet a Disney star! Plus, we ask some folks about their favorite part of the Azalea Festival. Full story...
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Cape Fear Crop Mob lends a hand

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The volunteer group usually lends a hand to local farmers, but today they dug into one woman's backyard tomato garden. Sarah Daughtridge is famous for her heirloom tomatoes and peppers. But after facing a string of health setbacks, she says she was overwhelmed and unable to keep up her plants this year. Full story...
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"One Cup of Tea" provides healthcare to more than 50,000 Hondurans

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The first annual "One Cup of Tea" fills the cup of many in need, A fundraiser in support of Saludhondu. Full story...
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Queen cuts ribbon to start Azalea Garden Tour

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videoIt was a picture-perfect morning as the Cape Fear Garden Club's 61st Annual Azalea Garden Tour got underway. Hundreds turned out at Greenfield Lake Amphitheater as Queen Azalea Kirsten Haglund cut the ribbon to officially open the tour. Full story...
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Historic Home Tour: Elliott-Brown House

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videoOn this weekend's Historic Home Tour, you can walk into a home that nearly did not make it to 2014. The Elliott-Brown House is a Queen Anne style home at 218 S. 2nd St. It was built in 1897 for Mary Taylor Elliott, who was the widow of a merchant. Full story...
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Azalea Garden Tour: Leake Garden

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videoA harsh winter kept Sam and Lynn Leake from planting many species of plants in the garden at their home at 20 Forest Hills Drive, so they've been hard at work getting ready for this weekend's Azalea Garden Tour. Full story...
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Historic Home Tour: Parmele-Williams House

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videoOn this year's Historic Home Tour, you will find a home that did not always stand at 213 N. 6th St. The Parmele-Williams House built in 1849 was saved by the Historic Wilmington Foundation and moved from N. 3rd St. in 1997. Full story...
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Historic Home Tour: Neil McEachern House

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videoThe Neil McEachern House at 214 N. 6th St. is certainly one of a kind, and it's part of this year's Historic Home Tour. Full story...
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Former Azalea Queen Sydney Penny now part of Azalea Festival in different way

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videoShe's a former soap star And a former Azalea Festival Queen, who has made Wilmington her home. Sydney Penny has traded in her Azalea crown for hard work behind the scenes during the festival. Full story...
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Happening Saturday: Pleasure Island Chowder Cook-Off

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videoIt's the 18th annual Pleasure Island Chowder Cook-Off, and while it promises to include all of the great traditions from past years, there are also some new elements to look forward to. Full story...
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Azalea Garden Tour: Schoolfield Garden

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videoJim and Rhonda Schoolfield let Mother Nature do most of the work in their garden at 130 Beagle Trail. It's earned them a spot on this year's Azalea Garden Tour. The couple says the garden is very different from most formal gardens. Flowers grow wild and in no particular order as they weave in and out of other plants. Full story...
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Historic Home Tour: Conrad Meister House

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videoAmong the stops on this weekend's Historic Home Tour is a home built in that was part of Wilmington's first ever suburb. Built in 1916, the Conrad Meister House at 1915 Market St. was somewhat of a mystery until owners Brian York and Shane Fernando brought it back to life. Full story...
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Azalea Garden Tour: Henneke Garden

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videoDennis and Belsam Henneke's garden almost completely surrounds their home along 2412 Gillette Dr., and you can check it out on the Cape Fear Garden Club's Azalea Garden Tour Friday through Sunday. Full story...
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Historic Home Tour: J. Lowell White House

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videoThe J. Lowell White Hhouse has unique charm and lots of history. This stop on this weekend's Historic Home Tour was built in 1925. Located at 318 N. 18th St., it has only changed hands three times since then. Full story...
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