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Superfans cheer on Packers and Steelers during Super Bowl XLV

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video Terrible towels were waved and cheese heads were worn proudly as Packers and Steelers fans from all over the Cape Fear area sat down to watch the biggest NFL game of the year. Full story...
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Small businesses make a big showcase

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Big businesses may not have the customer care that local shops do, but their financial advantage usually means better advertising... And some small businesses have trouble getting noticed. Full story...
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Legal questions? Ask a Lawyer...Day!

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Legal advice is something most everyone needs, but it can be pricey, and you may not know where to start. Full story...
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Murder mysteries and marketing tips

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Saturday’s dreary weather played right into the Cape Fear Crime Festival. The writing festival is up and running again for the first time in four years. Full story...
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Free food for a year

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Burgers are an All-American favorite. But would you wait overnight just for a chance to get some for free? Full story...
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Red Dress Luncheon raises heart health awareness

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A special event for heart disease awareness was marked by women in red today. The New Hanover Regional Medical Center Foundation hosted the Red Dress Luncheon and Fashion Show. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Stabbing suspect in Rhino Club killing will not be charged with first degree murder

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Wilmington Police Department investigators have determined that the accumulated evidence in their ongoing investigation does not support pursuing the charge of First Degree Murder against Angeleos Roamel Williams. Full story...
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Feast DownEast focuses on local farms

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videoThe Feast DownEast is working to build a sustainable local economy by supporting the efforts of local farmers and their produce. Today, the organization held a conference to meet with farmers and buyers to educate both on how they can have a brighter future. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: So much for transparency; New Hanover County Commissioners able to conduct county business in secret

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videoWe discovered a disturbing loophole this week in New Hanover County policy that's allowing County Commissioners to conduct county business in secret on their county cell phone with no accountability. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Barfield responds - Making cell phone records public is "going too far"; Plays on constituents' fear

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Even though the county bought commissioners the phone - and pays each $75 per month in tax payer money - and even though County Attorney Wanda Copely told us the county bought them the phones so they could conduct county business - since Barfield also uses the phone for personal business running his real estate company, he says turning over his records is "going too far." Full story...
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