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New Hanover County possibly redistricting again

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videoTwo new schools are expected to open in New Hanover County by the next school year. With new schools comes the possibility of new lines being drawn to redistrict the county. Full story...
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Time running out for Tdap vaccine

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Time is running out for sixth graders who have not received their Tdap vaccine. The Tetanus-Diphtheria-Pertussis vaccine is mandatory in North Carolina. Full story...
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Training Center to reopen after repairs

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Western NC gas stations still running empty

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Police say 12-year-old boy shot by booby trap

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NC parks offer programs for kids out week

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Castle Hayne group considers Titan support

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Monday night, members of a Castle Hayne ommunity action group took up the issue of the proposed Titan America Cement Plant. Full story...
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Brunswick County school officials address concerns

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videoWith parents and community members questioning the Brunswick County School Board, two officials sat down to discuss county policies. Full story...
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North Brunswick High School put on lockdown

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videoThe threat of suspicious activity lead administrators to put the school on lockdown this morning. Full story...
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Water bill issues and concerns

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videoIn July, the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority was created to combine water and sewer services in Wilmington, and New Hanover County. Full story...
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Retail sales down in Wilmington

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videoIf you drive down Eastwood, headed toward Wrightsville beach, you will probably notice giant signs advertising the closing of Linens and Things in Mayfaire. All over Wilmington, and the country, retail sales are down. Full story...
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Monroe Elementary Principal gets support

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A number of community members gathered outside of Brunswick County School Board Administrative Offices today. Full story...
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Two-way Front Street concerns, one year later

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It has been about a year and a half since Front Street stopped being one way. Some business owners said the conversion has brought more customers. Others say traffic is too congested, and it is not safe for pedestrians. Full story...
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Brunswick County hiring policies change

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Another school policy reported last week was New Hanover County’s new policy to prohibit faculty relationships with students. Full story...
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Some oceanfront property owners being put on notice

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Some oceanfront property owners are being told to remove old sandbags, or face hefty fines. Full story...
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