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Open enrollment for Medicare prescription drug benefits

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2009 open enrollment for Medicare prescription drug and Medicare Advantage plans begins November 15, 2008. Full story...
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Mobile home fire claims life of Brunswick County woman

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Authorities said Joan Stanley of Shallotte died as a result of the blaze that broke out Monday around 1:00 p.m. Full story...
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South Brunswick High principal awarded Principal of the Year

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videoSouth Brunswick High School principal, Vann Pennell, has held several titles over the years. Last week, he was named Brunswick County's Principal of the Year. Full story...
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Candidates meet for the vacant Wilmington City Council seat

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videoYou thought there were only 36 candidates vying for that vacant Wilmington City Council seat. Make it 37; and they all had a chance to introduce themselves at Tuesday night's marathon city council meeting. Full story...
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Lean Cuisine recall due to plastic found in the meals

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Nestle Prepared Foods Company is recalling almost 900,000 pounds of frozen chicken meals that may contain foreign materials. Full story...
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City says local market is contributing to crime rates

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videoThe city says Village Stop and Shop Market is contributing to the high crime rate in the area by selling alcohol and cigarettes. They say the crime is so bad, it violates a state statute. Full story...
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The changing roles of women in the workforce

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videoFrom fighting for the right to vote, to going to work in the factories during World War II, to the feminist revolution in the 60's and 70's, the role of women has constantly evolved. Full story...
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How to stay safe when the weather gets cold

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videoWhen the temperature goes down, we crank up the heat. News Channel 3 has some things to look out for as you are trying to stay warm. Full story...
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County school funding are going to see cuts

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A sluggish economy has set the state budget back billions of dollars. That means budgets are being cut in various arenas, including funding for county schools statewide. Full story...
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NC commission OKs 10 percent utility cost hike

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Progress Energy will be allowed to recover some of its higher fuel costs by raising prices on the average household bill by more than 10 percent. Full story...
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North Carolina State Ports Authority weathering economic storm

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Despite tough economic times, North Carolina State Ports Authority leaders say they are doing well. Full story...
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Local high school students helping out cancer patients

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High school senior projects might usually consist of a bake sale or clothing drive. But Brittney Hudson of Hoggard High has different plans; she decided to make wigs for cancer patients. Full story...
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New business possibilities in Columbus County

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Some good news from Columbus County, new businesses could be moving in. This would mean 54 new jobs over 3 years if the plans become a reality. Full story...
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Early risers at the Sweet and Savory Cafe and Bake Shop

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videoNothing beats the smell of fresh baked breads, pastries, desserts and other sweets. Hours before Sweet and Savory Café and Bake Shop opens, three bakers are busy getting ready for the day. Full story...
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Local shelter donations the lowest in 25 years

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videoThe Good Shepherd Center in Wilmington serves hundreds of meals a day to the homeless and needy. This holiday season the shelter has seen the least amount of donations in 25 years. Full story...
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