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South Brunswick High School assistant principal resigns

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Assistant Principal Lionel Kato has resigned from South Brunswick High School, from which he has been suspended since December 13. Full story...
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Soccer players, senior citizens face off

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videoThere was an unusual showdown today on a Brunswick County soccer field today. Facing off were young soccer players and senior citizens. Full story...
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Memorial service for slain North Carolina student leader draws 10,000

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The father of the slain University of North Carolina student body president wants thousands of mourners to find solutions to the world's violence, prejudice and inequity. Full story...
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Convention Center has construction company

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Wilmington city council voted last night and the convention center now has a construction company heading the project. Full story...
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Wilmington City Council agrees to relax water restrictions

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Wilmington City Council agrees to relax water restrictions beginning April 1st. Full story...
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Annexation discussion continues in Wilmington

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The on-going discussion about annexing Monkey Junction into Wilmington continued last night at a Town Hall meeting at Ashley High School. Full story...
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North Brunswick Sanitary District denying water line permits

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Brunswick County may be growing fast, but the North Brunswick Sanitary District is worried about wavering water pressure. Full story...
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Community honors life of WFD Cpt. Miller

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videoTuesday the Wilmington community honored the life of fire Cpt. John Miller. Full story...
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Campus memorial service held for slain UNC leader

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University of North Carolina student body president Eve Carson is being remembered as a committed and caring student leader whose life ended tragically, and too early. Full story...
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DOT plans to ease traffic at Belville intersection

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Department of Transportation engineers have a plan to ease traffic at a busy Belville intersection. Full story...
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Easley creates panel to review administration's e-mail policy

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Gov. Mike Easley wants a panel led by one of his chief advisers to examine whether e-mail retention policies need to be changed within his administration. Full story...
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Fire destroys apartments

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videoFire investigators believe an electrical problem on a second floor balcony may have sparked Monday night's apartment building fire. Full story...
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Puppy mills are on the rise

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videoYou may not know it, but your best friend, Fido, may have been born in a puppy mill. Local animal shelters say more and more puppy mills are being started in the Cape Fear Region. Full story...
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NC appeals court upholds procedure for passing NC lottery

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A state appeals court has ruled that the Legislature used a correct procedure when it approved North Carolina's lottery in 2005. Full story...
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Camp Lejeune's Marines start deploying to southern Afghanistan

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Some of the 3,200 North Carolina-based Marines slated for a seven-month deployment to Afghanistan's volatile south have begun arriving. Full story...
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