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Trunk and trade helps families during tough times

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On Saturday, the Coastal Carolina Moms and the Wilmington School of Ballet put a new spin on the old concept of yard sales, as they hosted a trunk and trade. Full story...
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Oyster roast fundraiser helps one local church raise money

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It was any thing but “aww shucks” for the Oleander United Methodist Church Saturday as they held an oyster bake fundraiser to help complete their new activities building. Full story...
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Roland Grise students show off inventions at science fair

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videoFor Roland Grise students like Garrett Leatherwood, testing wind turbines was about more than getting a good grade. Friday’s science fair was a time for the students to show off their projects. Full story...
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Improvements to Wilmington traffic signals begin soon

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The Department of Transportation just hired a Florida contractor to upgrade the city's traffic signal system for $1.5 million. Full story...
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Local 3rd,4th and 5th graders participate in science fair

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Some Wilmington students flexed their scientific skills today. Students at Gregory Elementary School hosted their annual science fair. Full story...
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Kid boxers took to the ring Thursday night

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videoWhen you think of boxing, you probably don't think of kids. But that is exactly who is in the ring here in the Port City. Full story...
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UNCW makes Princeton Review's 50 Best Value

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Looking for a good value in higher education? The Princeton Review says you'll find it here at home. Full story...
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Who is at fault, drug dealer or consumer?

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videoA Wilmington woman said she lost her brother to drugs in October, and now she wants the person responsible for supplying him with the illegal narcotic to pay too. Full story...
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State commission looks to delay giving Titan air permits

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Members of the state Marine Fisheries Commission recommend the state delay giving the company the first of its two air permits. Full story...
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WPD officer charged with assault, sexual battery

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A Wilmington officer has been placed on administrative leave without pay after being charged with assault on a female and sexual battery. Full story...
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Lump to Laughter holding a clothes swap tonight

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The online breast cancer support group, Lump to Laughter, is holding its second annual Girl's Night Out clothes swap Thursday night at Poplar Grove Plantation.

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Getting stiffed, what are the victim's rights?

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videoIf you've ever waited tables or driven a cab, it's probably happened to you. It's time for the person to pay, but they've already taken off. They stiff you. According to the law, that's theft. What rights do you have if you're the victim of a crime? Full story...
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Local chef to cook for Governor Perdue

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videoPat Green, executive chef at Elijah's, is among a small group of chefs chosen to cook for the inaugural ball in Raleigh on Friday.

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Troubleshooters: Discriminated against because of sexual orientation?

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videoIn this week’s Troubleshooters Report, a Brunswick County man feels he was discriminated against, because of his sexual orientation. Full story...
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Commission to reconsider Kure Beach sandbags

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A New Hanover County judge sandbagged the state's Coastal Resources Commission Tuesday. Full story...
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