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Yard sale to benefit Burgwin Wright House

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Dozens of shoppers in downtown Wilmington bought something new to help preserve something old. A yard sale was held Saturday at the Burgwin Wright House and Museum on Market Street to raise money for the museum. Full story...
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Greek Festival enjoyed by Wilmingtonians

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Wilmington has gone Greek. Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church is hosting its Fifteenth Annual Greek Festival this weekend. Full story...
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Bikers avoiding Myrtle Beach, going to surrounding areas for Bike Week

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videoA push to keep bikers out of Myrtle Beach has motorcycle enthusiasts moving north, and that's just fine with businesses in the Tar Heel state. Full story...
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Nakina Fire and Rescue dedicates new facility

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videoIn November of 2007 the Nakina Fire and Rescue building burned to the ground. No one was hurt or injured, but the building was destroyed. Saturday, the small Columbus County town dedicated their new facility. Full story...
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General Motors announces rounds of cuts

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videoThursday it was Chrysler, Friday it was General Motors telling their dealers they are out. Eleven-hundred dealers got letters today. Full story...
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Local business shows how thank you can go a long way

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videoMom always taught us to say words like "please" and "thank you". These words are a regular part of the vocabulary for one local business. Full story...
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Former co-worker speaks about Commander Keith Springle

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videoEarlier this week, Commander Keith Springle was one of five Americans gunned down by a fellow soldier in a military counseling clinic in Baghdad. WWAY's Meghan Torjussen spoke with a former co-worker at New Hanover County's Department of Social Services Full story...
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Early retirement packages for city workers reaches deadline

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videoHere in Wilmington, city workers have reached the deadline to take advantage of early retirement packages. They were offered to help the city make up a $6.5 million shortfall. Full story...
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One man recalls the history of Wrightsville Beach

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videoFrom his water-front porch, long-time resident Bill Creasy watches what has become of Wrightsville Beach. Full story...
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Reel fun at the Cape Fear Disabled Sportsman Fishing Tournament

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It has become a tradition at Kure Beach. The 11th Annual Cape Fear Disabled Sportsman Fishing Tournament got underway early Friday morning. Full story...
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Maides Park re-opens Friday

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The City of Wilmington re-opened another public park Friday. After a year of construction and renovations, the park on Princess Place is officially back open. Full story...
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Maritime Museum at Southport may make move to Fort Johnston

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The North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport could have a new home next year. Thursday night, the Southport Board of Alderman voted unanimously to support Fort Johnston as the new home for the museum. Full story...
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FBI to patrol: Turn over info on Easley air travel

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The FBI has ordered the state Highway Patrol to produce all records involving private air travel former Gov. Mike Easley and his family. Full story...
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SC woman charged with false police report in NC

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A South Carolina woman has been charged with filing a false police report claiming she was abducted at gunpoint in North Carolina. Full story...
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NC speedway events to create delays on highways

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NASCAR makes its annual spring stop in North Carolina, and state officials are warning motorists to be wary of potential traffic problems through the Memorial Day weekend. Full story...
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