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New Hanover County News

Two men face heroin charges

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Two men charged with manufacturing and selling heroin made their first court appearance Wednesday. Full story...
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City breaks ground on Althea Gibson Tennis Center

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There is good news for Wilmington tennis players; new courts are on the way. Full story...
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Pink Gloves Boxing is a knockout at the Wilmington Athletic Club

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videoThere's a new craze in the fitness industry that's taking group exercise to a new level. It's called Pink Gloves Boxing. It's for women only. Full story...
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New Hanover County names Teacher and Principal of the Year

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videoThe New Hanover County School Board honored its outstanding educators Monday night. The big winners were New Hanover County's Teacher and Principal of the Year.

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Ports Authority going green

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Ports Authority officials announced Tuesday that they're interested in bringing new, environmentally friendly technology to the port called PHETT. Full story...
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Summer of 2009 now in the books

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videoAt 5:18 pm Tuesday evening, the sun passed directly overhead the equator, signaling the autumnal equinox and the start of a new season. But just how did our summer stack up here in Wilmington? Full story...
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New recycling regulations set to go into effect

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videoRecycling has always been considered a good thing to do. Soon, it will also be the law. Full story...
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Many Ogden eateries closing

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videoHighly visible restaurants in the Ogden area of New Hanover County shutting down and many are wondering if it is cause for concern or an opportunity for the innovative? Full story...
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New Hanover High players, parents looking for more time on Legion Stadium field

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New Hanover High School lacrosse supporters are pushing for the teams to have more time at Legion Stadium. Full story...
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Downtown bar looks to deter violence

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videoIf you have ever been out late downtown during the weekend, you have probably noticed the large crowds and increased police presence. The mix of people and alcohol can be dangerous. At least one bar owner has made some changes in hopes to deter violence and make things safer. Full story...
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Wilmington Police looking for credit card thief

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The Wilmington Police need your help identifying the man shown in these surveillance pictures. Full story...
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Women and hammers went to work on latest Habitat for Humanity home

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This weekend, local women picked up their hammers and went to work on a new home. The Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity remains hard at work on its latest home. What makes it unique is that women are building the entire home. Full story...
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Music lovers enjoy bluegrass at Fort Fisher

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Music lovers from near and far flocked to the shores of the Cape Fear River to hear some good old fashioned bluegrass this weekend. Full story...
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Big headaches surround two area Walmarts

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videoArea Wal-Marts provide more calls for local law enforcement than almost any other patrol location. For officers and deputies it means around the clock patrols. Full story...
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Area organization helping the battle with homelessness

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videoArea organizations that battle homelessness are getting a big chunk of money to help. The state stimulus funds will target two key areas; prevention and housing. Full story...
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