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Surf City businesses, visitors ready to ride out Andrea

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Tourist season is in full swing with people from all over the country flocking to rental houses and hotels. Despite the change in the weather today, swimmers are still flocking to the beaches determined to make the most out of their vacations. Full story...
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Memorial Day weekend weather doesn't stop beach visitors

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video Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer in Southeastern North Carolina, and with it comes and annual wave of tourists. But did the cooler than usual temperatures freeze out the summer fun? Full story...
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Report shows offshore drilling could be big business, but hurt fishing, tourism

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video Fishing and tourism are two multi-million dollar industries in North Carolina, but Dr. Mike Walden's new study says there could be even more money to be made if the coastline had a slightly different view featuring drilling wells. Full story...
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State conference looks at link between film and tourism industries

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video Tourism is a driving force for North Carolina's economy, and the movie and TV industry is helping fuel that economic engine. Full story...
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Lights, camera, tourism at the Wilmington Convention Center

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videoFor the first time in over a decade the North Carolina Governor’s Conference on Tourism is meeting in Wilmington.

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Event makes residents into tourists

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Sunday marked the 18th annual "Be a Tourist in Your Hometown" event which is an appreciation day for county residents. Full story...
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Parking fees could be on rise again in Wrightsville Beach

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videoDespite already having the highest rate around, the Wrightsville Beach Board of Alderman is considering another increase in parking fees. Full story...
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Beach parking in Oak Island might soon cost money

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videoOak Island Town Manager Steve Foster knew it was a hot-button issue when he proposed the town look into charging for parking. There is a perception it would steer visitors away from the island or impact residents negatively. Full story...
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Battleship attendance best in decade

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The Battleship North Carolina's second half century in Wilmington got off to a good start with visitors. The Battleship announced today that attendance for the Fiscal Year 2012 was the best the ship has had in 10 years. Full story...
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Bike paths attract bikers to Outer Banks

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Officials on the northern Outer Banks say five-foot bike paths along N.C. 12 are attracting visitors. Full story...
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Beach Business Booms at Oak Island

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video Tourism dollars can make or break a business at the beach. One Oak Island man took a risk and opened a restaurant in the heart of the recession. Thanks to a busy summer, that risk paid off. He's not the only one seeing dollar signs. Full story...
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Battleship North Carolina expects overnight guests

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The Battleship North Carolina is making plans to host overnight guests. The StarNews reports officials plan to spend about $2.5 million to renovate areas where sailors had their berths as well as the ward room aboard the vessel moored across from downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Tourism spending up in NC, Cape Fear

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video Tourism money is good money, it is a green and giving industry that every community wants. In North Carolina tourism spending is up, here in the Cape Fear we are cashing in. Full story...
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Visitors spent more in all 100 NC counties in 2011

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State tourism officials say each of North Carolina's 100 counties experienced increased visitor spending in 2011. The Division of Tourism, Film and Sports Development reported Tuesday that of the 100, seven counties had double-digit increases. Full story...
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Carolina Beach Boardwalk rated among nation's best

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"Food & Wine" magazine has ranked the Carolina Beach Boardwalk among the top 10 in the country. Full story...
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