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Annexation of Monkey Junction is one step closer

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videoPanhandling, taxi fares and annexation were among the agenda items at Tuesday night's Wilmington City Council meeting. Full story...
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NASCAR Hall of Fame celebrates raising final beam

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Crews reached a benchmark Tuesday in the construction of the multi-million-dollar NASCAR Hall of Fame being built in downtown Charlotte. Full story...
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Staying mentally active can help with memory issues down the road

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There is new evidence that exercising your brain as you age can reduce the odds of memory problems. Full story...
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Black History lesson proves out of this world

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videoEach day this month middle school students from around our area have shared with us stories of famous African-Americans as part of Black History Month. But when West Pender Middle School student Fred White was assigned to research the first black astronaut, he wound up with a truly out-of-this-world experience. Full story...
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Friends, colleagues remember police officer killed in crash

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videoA Wilmington Police officer died in a car crash early Wednesday morning after losing control of his patrol car around the 3900 block of Shipyard Blvd. Full story...
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Laws could change around animal euthanasia

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videoA bill being discussed in the state legislature could change the way stray or unwanted animals are put down. Now, shelters can use lethal injection or a gas chamber. Full story...
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Southeastern Center for Mental Health getting boost

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videoLast night, New Hanover county commissioners returned two million dollars to Southeastern to help them get through the fiscal year. Two million dollars may not solve all of Southeastern Mental Health's financial problems, but they said that money would help. Full story...
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Monday's layoffs at LP not surprising

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videoLP is the second major construction supply company in New Hanover County to recently fall victim to a slumping housing market. National Gypsum, a dry wall company on Carolina Beach Road laid off more than sixty people when it closed last month. Full story...
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City council to vote on issues Tuesday night

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Wilmington city council members are expected to vote tonight on a number of items that have piqued public interest lately including annexation, taxi rates, and panhandling. Full story...
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Deadline approaching for NHC employees

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The deadline is fast approaching for New Hanover County employees looking to volunteer to take early retirement. Full story...
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Attempted abduction has NHC sheriff's looking for two suspects

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New Hanover County sheriff deputies are looking for two suspects in an attempted abduction late Monday night. Full story...
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Smithfield to close many plants

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Smithfield Foods announced they will close six plants around the country, including the one in Elon that produces country ham. One hundred sixty employees there will lose their jobs by the end of the year. Full story...
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Third group interested in SC's Hard Rock Park

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A third group is interested in buying the bankrupt Hard Rock theme park in South Carolina. Full story...
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Students at Noble Middle take part in National Engineer Week

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Representatives from the United States Army Corp of Engineers paid students at Noble Middle School a visit Tuesday. It was part of National Engineer Week. Full story...
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Garrett Perdue rejoining prestigious NC law firm

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Gov. Beverly Perdue's son is returning to one of North Carolina's most prestigious law firms. Full story...
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