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Background check business is growing for Wilmington-based company

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videoOne Wilmington business will be hiring more than 100 new employees. Castle Branch moved to Wilmington seven years ago and continues to grow. Full story...
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New Hanover County employees back to work after mandatory furlough

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New Hanover County employees are back to work today after a mandatory furlough day Monday. Full story...
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Mobile home fire in Oak Island claims one life

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The body of 51-year-old Trina Villarreal was found inside her charred mobile home at 7806 East Oak Island Drive around 5:30 this morning. Full story...
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NHC to cut back on school nurses

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The New Hanover County school system is trying to figure out how to cut their budget. One idea is to reduce the hours, and numbers, of school nurses. Full story...
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IRS lists the 2009 Dirty Dozen tax scams

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As the tax deadline draws near, taxpayers should be wary of scams. Tuesday, the IRS issued its 2009 Dirty Dozen list of tax scams. Full story...
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Dr. Findt installed as president at Bladen Community College

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Bladen Community College has new leadership. In a ceremony on Tuesday, Dr. William Findt was officially installed as the college's fourth president. Full story...
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Tarica Pulliam remembered as family is awarded grant

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Members of the New Hanover County Sheriffs Department took time out Tuesday to remember one of their own. Full story...
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Wilmington man dies after crashing car into Kings Grant house

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videoWilliam Jeffrey Polley was driving a minivan down Lord Tennyson Drive Monday night when he failed to make a turn and crashed into Tim Worrell's brick home. He died a short time after reaching the hospital, however. Full story...
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NC think-tank's panel urges lower, broader taxes

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A think tank wants lawmakers to revamp North Carolina's tax system by cutting tax rates while making more people pay taxes on more things. Full story...
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Investigators hope to talk to wounded NC principal

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Investigators are hoping the North Carolina middle school principal who was shot in the face while driving to work will be able to talk to them this week. Full story...
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NC furniture plant plans to close in 2 months

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A furniture manufacturing plant in western North Carolina plans to close in two months, eliminating more than 100 jobs. Full story...
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Duke Power CEO at NC sustainable energy conference

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The North Carolina agency responsible for managing the state's increasing use of alternative energy is hearing from Duke Energy CEO James Rogers. Full story...
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Access to University Landing closed off for residents in nearby apartment

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videoSome residents of a Wilmington apartment complex are not happy about losing easy access to a nearby shopping center. Full story...
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Barbara Buechler honored as driving force behind Betty H Cameron Women's and Children's Hospital

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videoA lot of hard work went into the Betty H. Cameron Women's and Children's Hospital, but we are not talking about the construction of the building. Barbara Buechler was the driving force behind many of the high-tech services now available to women and children. Full story...
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Opening Night celebrates Myrtle Grove All-Stars

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Little Leaguers from around the area took to the field for opening ceremonies Monday night. Veterans Park was filled with the teams that make up the Myrtle Grove Optimist League. Full story...
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