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NC county to get 220 textile jobs

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A central North Carolina county is getting a new textile plant that is expected to employ about 220 people. Full story...
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NC sheriff's federal sentence cut by judge

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The federal prison sentence has been reduced for a North Carolina sheriff who admitted lying about corruption in his department. Full story...
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NC schools may block teachers from cutting class

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The State Board of Education could bar teachers from taking furloughs ordered by Gov. Beverly Perdue on days they're supposed to be in the classroom. Full story...
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NC lenders told small-business loans better option

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North Carolina banks and credit unions are getting more attention in hopes they'll increase lending to small businesses that the Obama administration wants to take the lead in hiring coming out of the recession. Full story...
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Wilmington council approves Monkey Junction annexation

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videoIt is official, 3,300 people in Monkey Junction will be annexed into the City of Wilmington. It has been a topic of controversy for months, and the opposition continued Tuesday night when City Council voted to approve the annexation. Full story...
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Brunswick County School Board fires five, changes transfer request policy

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The Brunswick County School Board met Tuesday night and fired five South Brunswick High School employees. Full story...
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Shooting Provinces of Night in Pender County

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videoKris Kristofferson, Val Kilmer, and Dwight Yoakam; those are just some of the A-list names who are bringing a southern gothic novel to life, right here in our own backyard. Full story...
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Third Street opens after crew replaces sewer line

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There is good news for drivers Wednesday morning. Third Street in Wilmington is open to traffic once again. Full story...
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Case against Brian Reavis underway

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videoJurors were sworn in Tuesday and state prosecutors began to call their witnesses. Among those called, the now 96-year-old victim who took the stand to face her accused attacker, Brian Reavis. Full story...
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Budget proposal and annexation on tap for Wilmington City Council

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videoTuesday is the night when Wilmington City Council members will vote on the Monkey Junction annexation and will take a look at the budget for the upcoming year. Full story...
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Teacher Appreciation Week a reminder to say thanks

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This is the week to thank teachers for all their hard work. For Teacher Appreciation Week, some staff and volunteers took their time to visit every school in New Hanover County, just to say thanks. Full story...
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Fire thought to start from lightning strike

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Severe weather could be to blame for an early-morning fire Tuesday in Brunswick County. The fire started a little after 6:30 this morning at this home on Presidents Drive in Boiling Spring Lakes. Full story...
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Bomb threat at Pender County school

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Students in Pender County were dismissed early Tuesday, following a bomb threat. Faculty, students and administration were evacuated from Heide Trask High School around 1:00 this afternoon. Full story...
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How to beware when buying on craigslist

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videoYesterday, we told you how people selling goods and services can protect themselves, today some advice for buyers. Full story...
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Redistricting hearing begins Tuesday night

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videoIt's back to the drawing board, literally. Beginning with a public hearing in Raleigh Tuesday night, the legislature will redraw State House district boundaries in Pender and New Hanover counties. Full story...
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