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Onslow County News

Police: Marine attacks cabbie, flees to mental hospital

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videoPolice say a man who dedicates his life to protecting our country turned against a cab driver early Sunday morning. The only question now is why he brutally assaulted a man who was trying to help him. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Sneads Ferry store gives goods for free

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videoFree is not a term you hear very often, but one Onslow County woman is reaching out a helping hand to those in need, and it's all free of charge. Full story...
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Coyotes causing problems in Onslow County

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The Jacksonville Daily News reported that farmers have reported the coyotes are eating watermelons. Full story...
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Topsail Island economy showing signs of recovery

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video The Topsail Island businesses have had consecutive down years since the 2008 recession but business owners may now have more to smile about than the sunshine. Full story...
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NC Supreme Court rejects Laurean appeal

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A ruling by the N.C. Supreme Court will allow a wrongful death lawsuit against a former Marine convicted in the death of a pregnant colleague to proceed. Full story...
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Solar farms dot Camp Lejeune

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The Marines are going green at Camp Lejeune as solar farms are popping up across the base in eastern North Carolina. Full story...
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Residents angry about possible 149 percent sewer bill hike

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video Pluris sewer company has requested the rate increase from its customers. The request must first go through the North Carolina Utilities Commission. Full story...
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Onslow Co. Marine killed in Afghanistan

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An Onslow County Marine has died in Afghanistan. The US Marine Corp says Cpl. Daniel L. Linnabary II, 23, of Hubert, died Monday. Full story...
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Jacksonville urges keeping Onslow offices downtown

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Jacksonville Mayor Sammy Phillips is urging the Onslow County Commissioners to keep county government offices downtown. Full story...
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Obama to sign bill helping Lejeune water victims

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The man who has led the fight for information about the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune will be at the Oval Office when President Obama signs a bill providing health care for those who suffered illnesses because of the toxins. Full story...
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