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ONLY ON 3: Owner wants to bring hotel ships to Wilmington

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video The Convention Center has brought folks to Wilmington, but is it enough? Some folks say the lack of lodging is keeping them from choosing the Cape Fear facility. One man says he has a solution. Full story...
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Lawmakers OK major rewrite of NC annexation rules

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The biggest change in the law would let property owners block an annexation if 60 percent of them sign a petition of opposition. The town or city would be barred from trying again for three years. Full story...
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Two arrested in motel room robbery

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Two suspects are in jail after a robbery at a motel room on Market Street in Wilmington. Full story...
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Local fund raiser for Joplin tornado victims

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A local woman had a simple idea, and she acted on it. As a result she will send hundreds of dollars to Joplin tornado victims. Full story...
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Most expensive homes in state are in Brunswick County

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Three beach communities in Brunswick County are home to the most expensive home prices in the state, according to the latest Coldwell Banker Home Listing Report (HLR). Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: State Court of Appeals upholds Wilmington's annexation of Monkey Junction

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The NC Court of Appeals today upheld Wilmington's annexation of Monkey Junction. Opponents can still appeal to the NC Supreme Court. Full story...
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First ever Cape Fear Dragon Boat Festival a success

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video On Saturday at the Sawmill Point Marina nearly 1,000 people gathered to watch or participate in the first ever Cape Fear Dragon Boat Festival. Full story...
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Daytime shooting in Wilmington

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Wilmington police arrive to find a man shot Friday afternoon. Full story...
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Wilmington Police nab two for breaking and entering

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Wilmington police arrest one man for breaking and entering and soon arrest another. Full story...
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Wilmington pools not affected by drain recall

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When wilmington city pools open this weekend, there's no need to worry about a nationwide recall of pool drains. A city spokeswoman says the pools are not affected by a voluntary recall by eight manufacturers including a North Carolina-based company. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Wilmington residents frustration grows with piles of yard trash

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videoSome Wilmington residents are having trouble getting answers about why their yard waste is piling up and not getting picked up. They say the branches have been sitting in the yard for almost a month. Full story...
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Hot enough for you? City pools open this weekend

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If you're trying to beat the summer heat this weekend, the City of Wilmington has you covered. Full story...
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Opinions vary on money left from 2006 parks bond

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video As we told you last night, New Hanover County is considering spending $3.8 million for land next to Smith Creek Park. The money is from the 2006 Parks and Rec bond, but some are wary about spending the money. Full story...
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Neighbors get look at Market Street makeover plan

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video The Wilmington Metropolitan Planning Organization says Market Street needs a makeover. Monday night, the organization held a public meeting to educate the community on its plan for the corridor. Folks who attended say they have mixed emotions about the changes. Full story...
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Local artist Deborah Cavenaugh calling it quits

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"Home is on my mind these days. Sometime in the spring or early summer, I will move away to a new, and yet unknown, home." -Deborah Cavenaugh Full story...
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