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Annexation approved by Southport Aldermen

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video After all the anticipation and public hearings on annexation, the time for a vote in Southport finally came. The Board of Aldermen passed the proposed annexation of Smithville Woods, Jabbertown Road and other areas north of Southport, but there may be a way to stop it. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Downtown storefronts filling up

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videoThe downtown Wilmington scene has been something of a concern for residents and businesses alike last few years. But if you walk down Front Street, you may notice a difference in some buildings that have been vacant for years. Full story...
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Rabies case confirmed in Brunswick County

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The first case of rabies has been confirmed in Brunswick County for 2011. Today, a fox was attacked and killed by three dogs in the Supply area on Creekwood Court. The fox was sent to the State Lab in Raleigh for testing. The results came back positive for rabies. Full story...
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Carolina Beach to reconsider road diet

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videoCarolina Beach made the change to the pattern a year ago to help regulate traffic conditions on Lake Park Blvd. Instead many people say it has done quite the opposite. Full story...
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Repairs underway on Battleship's hull

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The Battleship North Carolina officially started its hull repairs on the starboard bow today. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Downtown Wilmington sees surge in new business

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New Businesses are finding their home in Downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Brunswick County bank robbed

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's is searching for a man who robbed a bank this afternoon. Full story...
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Bond denied for 7 suspects in Durham woman's death

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Bond has been denied for seven men and women who are accused in the death of a woman whose body police believe was discovered buried behind a Durham house. Full story...
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NC revises number of Confederate war dead downward

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A North Carolina researcher says no more than 35,000 Confederate soldiers from the state died in the Civil War, about 5,000 fewer than the long-held count that allowed the state to claim more casualties than any other state. Full story...
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