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Water restrictions expanded

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In an effort to continue conservation of precious drinking water supplies, the New Hanover County Water and Sewer District has extended its Conservation Alert to all customers outside the city limits of Wilmington. North Carolina’s statewide drought shows no immediate signs of relief. Full story...
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Some undergrads to benefit from tuition caps at UNC campuses

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Tuition caps taking effect next year will help a lot of undergraduates in the University of North Carolina system. Full story...
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NC water use drops 30 percent; still short of governor's goal

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Water use in the state's 25 largest systems dropped by nearly 30 percent between August and the end of October. Full story...
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EPA: No chemicals found in water under Camp Lejeune housing

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Federal environmental officials say a fresh round of testing has found no chemical contamination under housing used by military families at Camp Lejeune. Full story...
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Christian Coalition to skip presidential primaries

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An official says the once-powerful Christian Coalition of America will bypass the presidential primary contests entirely. Full story...
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Wilmington City Council green-lights funding for convention center construction

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videoWednesday, Wilmington City Council approved more than six million dollars to begin phase one of the construction of the Downtown Convention Center. Full story...
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Man convicted of voluntary manslaughter

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The trial of a man accused of gunning down his friend wrapped today. Full story...
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Local schools locked down after shooting

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For the third time in the past two months a number of local schools went on lockdown Wednesday. This time it was in response to a shooting on 11th and Orange Streets. Full story...
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Sparks, Tomey to take council seats

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Ronald Sparks and Kristi Tomey are set to take their seats on Wilmington City Council next month. Full story...
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Carolina Beach mayoral race too close to call

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Alan Gilbert received 503 votes, Joel Macon was just three votes ahead with 506. Full story...
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Clear winner in Atkinson mayoral race

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Even though no one was actually running for mayor of the Pender County town of Atkinson there is a clear winner of last night's election. Full story...
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Hampstead will not incorporate

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The debate over whether the Pender County community of Hampstead should be incorporated is over. The vote wasn't even close. Seventy-two percent of voters said no. If Tuesday night's election results were any indication people like Flack are happy with the Hampstead community just the way it is. Full story...
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Lower temps could require heating system check

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With the temperatures dropping you may be cranking up your furnace for the first time this season. Full story...
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Council to decide on convention center

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The convention center was one of the most hotly contested issues in the Wilmington city election this year. It is also a topic on the City Council agenda Wednesday night. Full story...
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University of SC holds memorial for beach house fire victims

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Hundreds of University of South Carolina students somberly filed into a theater today to remember six classmates who were killed in a beach house fire in North Carolina. Full story...
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