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Trunk and trade helps families during tough times

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On Saturday, the Coastal Carolina Moms and the Wilmington School of Ballet put a new spin on the old concept of yard sales, as they hosted a trunk and trade. Full story...
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Oyster roast fundraiser helps one local church raise money

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It was any thing but “aww shucks” for the Oleander United Methodist Church Saturday as they held an oyster bake fundraiser to help complete their new activities building. Full story...
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Health fair offers screenings

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Staying healthy was the tip for the day at an area health fair on Saturday. Full story...
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Online universities offer convenience

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videoThere are pros and cons to studying online. The most important thing to consider is an online university you trust will give you a legitimate degree. Full story...
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Recession proof weddings

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videoSome girls spend their whole lives dreaming of the perfect wedding, but when you add up the cost to rent a tent, feed your guests, and cut the cake the price tag can be startling. Full story...
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Department of Insurance a no show at area meeting in Wrightsville Beach

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videoThe Department of Insurance backed out of Friday's planned meeting, after Dare County filed a lawsuit against them for approving a rate increase without following proper procedures. The absence left area officials with plenty of questions. Full story...
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Roland Grise students show off inventions at science fair

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videoFor Roland Grise students like Garrett Leatherwood, testing wind turbines was about more than getting a good grade. Friday’s science fair was a time for the students to show off their projects. Full story...
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The legend of Maco Light

When night falls in Maco, one part of town, many wonder if they will see a faint light in the distance. It's called the Maco Light, story that has been the talk of the town since the 1800s.
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Improvements to Wilmington traffic signals begin soon

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The Department of Transportation just hired a Florida contractor to upgrade the city's traffic signal system for $1.5 million. Full story...
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The legend of Maco Light

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videoWhen night falls in Maco, one part of town, many wonder if they will see a faint light in the distance. It's called the Maco Light, story that has been the talk of the town since the 1800s. Full story...
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Hunting Dog follow-up

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There is some good news to report. Some abandoned hunting dogs in Pender County have a new home Friday. Full story...
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Step Up for Soldiers finishes another Packages from Home project

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Volunteers fill boxes with cookies and treats, as a surprise for those stationed overseas. It was the fourth installment of Packages from Home. Full story...
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Local 3rd,4th and 5th graders participate in science fair

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Some Wilmington students flexed their scientific skills today. Students at Gregory Elementary School hosted their annual science fair. Full story...
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Perdue to attend NC Dem party reception

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Gov.-elect Bev Perdue plans to attend a state Democratic fundraiser honoring her birthday less than two weeks after she takes office. Full story...
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Truck maker announces layoffs at 3 NC plants

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A truck manufacturer says it will lay off more than 2,100 employees at three North Carolina plants because of sagging sales. Full story...
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