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Sunday was the annual Starving Artists exhibit

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Art lovers filled the Coastline Convention Center Sunday, in hopes of finding their next treasure. Full story...
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Most NC state parks will be moving to a reservation system in 2009

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Planning a camping trip to a state park during a popular time of the year will become less of a gamble for North Carolina residents beginning in April. Full story...
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Getting in better shape a popular New Year's resolution locally

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videoLast year Lisa Adams's New Year's resolution was to lose 40 pounds. This year her goal is to keep it off, and lose 10 more. “I feel more energetic. I'm not as tired. I'm a lot more confident about myself and my appearance and I can go out and enjoy everyday." Full story...
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Bird counting helps monitor avian world

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videoArmed with binoculars, a bird guide and a checklist, volunteers and researchers like Joe Abbate are bird counting. Abbate explained, “Everything I hear and everything I see, I write it down." Full story...
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Stepson shot by stepfather, both wind up in jail

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Investigators say 37-year-old Richard Hayes shot his stepson Thursday night. 21-year-old Michael Bass was holding a bloody towel to his abdomen when paramedics arrived, saying his stepfather shot him. Full story...
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Beach day in January

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videoNo one is hibernating this winter at Wrightsville Beach; especially with unseasonably warm weather. Full story...
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Menu changes accommodate diners trying to pinch pennies

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videoArea restaurants know people are looking to get the most for the best value. So they are making some changes to their menus to save them and consumers some extra bucks. Full story...
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People saved more money in 2008

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videoAccording to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, people saved a lot more money in 2008. For some, putting more money aside became a necessity. Full story...
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On-line personal information could cost you a job

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videoPeople spend a lot of time perfecting their resume, but the truth is, the World Wide Web is becoming your new resume, and if you're not careful, it could keep you from securing that job. Full story...
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Volunteers looking to help more sea turtles in 2009

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Volunteers at the sea turtle hospital in Topsail Island are hoping the New Year will be a healthy one for injured turtles. Full story...
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Hospice facility to be built in Brunswick County

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Hospice patients in Brunswick County will soon have a facility of their own. Lower Cape Fear Hospice and Life Care Center received permission from the state to build a seven bed facility in Brunswick County. Full story...
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Monday will be opening day for new Topsail High School

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videoThe open house of the new Topsail High School took place Friday. Over the holiday break, school officials were busy preparing for move in day. Full story...
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Gifts still being delivered

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The holidays are behind us, but some people are still waiting for a few gifts to be delivered. Full story...
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Hard Rock Park sellers having hard luck finding buyer

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The owners of Hard Rock Park in Myrtle Beach haven't had any luck finding a buyer after filing for bankruptcy. Full story...
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Recycle that tree

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Wondering what to do with that Christmas tree? Recycle it. Through January 31st, you can recycle your Christmas trees at the following locations: Full story...
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