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UNC system spent $140K to find Ross as new leader

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North Carolina taxpayers won't have to pay the larger-than-expected bill to find a new president of the state's public university system. Full story...
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UNC, military partnership to be highlighted

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Higher education and the military are two of North Carolina's most important industries, and one US senator says it's natural for them to be partners. Full story...
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Cedar tree marks milestone in NC research center

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The Raleigh skyline will be getting an organic addition to celebrate a milestone in construction work on a new research center. Full story...
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UNCW students help "Stop Hunger Now"

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107,000 mouths will be fed because 500 UNC Wilmington students volunteered their time on Saturday. Stop Hunger Now is an international hunger relief organization founded by Ray Buchanan, UNCW alum. Full story...
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Walking to remember

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Men, women, children and pets walked two laps around Carolina Beach Lake for a cause. The Alzheimer’s walk took place Saturday to raise awareness and funds to find a cure for the disease. Full story...
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Iron[wo]man counts Beach2Battleship as #35

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video She first became an ironman in 2002, and competed in the first Beach2Battleship in 2008. She loves the local flavor of New Hanover County and the locals. Full story...
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Touring the USS Gravely

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video Today was perfect weather to tour the USS Gravely (DDG 107), docked at the Port of Wilmington until Monday, November 22. If you don't have a ticket, you're out of luck. Full story...
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All aboard

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For the first time, the Cape Fear Railroad Museum will host the annual Train Show inside the museum. Full story...
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Downtown Convention Center is open

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More than 100,000 square feet, the facility is one of the largest of its kind on the North Carolina coast. Full story...
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Triathlon traffic

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It’s a busy weekend in the Port City, and traffic will prove it. The 5th best triathlon in the world kicks off Saturday morning, and athletes will be traveling all over New Hanover County on bikes and by foot. Full story...
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