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Passersby help save man from car rollover

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Firefighters say when they arrived on scene a group of people was trying hold the car up to keep it from crushing the man pinned underneath. Full story...
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Downtown property finally cleaning up

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The property on the corner of Front and Brunswick Streets near the soon-to-open Convention Center has been in shambles the past year, and clean-up is finally underway Full story...
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New tennis complex honors trailblazer Gibson

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Tennis players in Wilmington can now fine tune their skills and honor the legacy of a tennis legend. City leaders cut the ribbon this morning to celebrate the opening of the new Althea Gibson Tennis Complex at Empie Park. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: A look at what the City of Wilmington spends on subscriptions and dues

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videoWe got a lot of feedback after our recent report about New Hanover County spending almost $200,000 of your money on dues and subscriptions. Tonight, we're shifting our focus to the City of Wilmington. Full story...
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City drops contempt motion against Dudley Mansion owners

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videoThe owner of the Dudley Mansion was scheduled for court today, but the City of Wilmington has reconsidered a motion claiming the owner was in contempt of court. Full story...
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Turn lane helps troublesome Wilmington intersection

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Heads up about a traffic change on Market Street. It will now be easier to leave Target and Party City on New Centre Drive. Full story...
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Wilmington mosque not controversial like New York's

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videoControversy continues to swirl around the so-called Ground Zero mosque in New York City. Meanwhile Wilmington is welcoming it's own Islamic center. In about a year a lot on Princess Place Drive will be the new home of the Tauheed Islamic Center. It's something Muslims in the Port City say is very much needed. Full story...
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US Marshals arrest accused murderer

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The U. S. Marshals Service, Eastern District of North Carolina, Violent Fugitive Task Force has apprehended a man wanted for murder in the city of Wilmington. Full story...
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Business owners learn about Convention Center jobs

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Another step closer to getting Wilmington's Convention Center up and running means more jobs. Full story...
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City releases info on Barque Eagle tour tickets

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Tickets are free of charge and will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. These tickets are expected to go quickly. A limited number of tickets will be available at designated locations. Full story...
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Annexation of Monkey Junction on hold

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An attorney for residents who live in Monkey Junction filed the appeal Thursday to try and keep the City of Wilmington from annexing the area. Full story...
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Despite water restrictions, city's irrigation still flowing

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Despite mandatory water restrictions that left even firefighters scrambling for water to use, sprinklers in new medians on Front Street continued to flow Friday afternoon. Full story...
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Wilmington unveils new sidewalk cafe rules

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Under the proposal the definition of restaurant would change to include coffee shops and other food and beverage related businesses. All sidewalk cafes would have to close by eleven p-m, and they would be limited to no more than 50 percent of the city sidewalk. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Greenfield Lake a little too green

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videoSome people say Wilmington's Greenfield Lake just is not what it used to be. Algae and invasive plants are growing out of control, turning the lake's blue waters green. It's not only a problem for the environment, but for the economy as well. Full story...
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Monkey Junction residents not happy as annexation moves closers

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videoMany residents and business owners say they don't want to be a part of Wilmington because they don't need the extra services the city can provide, and they definitely don't need the extra taxes. Full story...
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