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Bell ringing is a family tradition

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videoYou might not expect to see kids ringing the red kettle bell for the Salvation Army, but this is the fourth year that Harrison Yourkiewicz and his grandmother Marsha Yourkiewicz have done that at the AC Moore on South College Road Wilmington. Full story...
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Decorating contest to promote downtown Wilmington businesses

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videoDashing through downtown in a one-horse open carriage! That's what some folks, including WWAY's Makenzi Henderson did in Wilmington Tuesday night. They took a tour, and picked out their favorite window displays as part of the Downtown Business Alliance Holiday Decoration Contest. They were the judges for the third annual competition that featured 33 stores. They judged the windows on things like creativity, and holiday spirit. Full story...
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Hundreds of folks applied for jobs at Vertex Rail Saturday

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video Vertex Rail Technologies hosted an open house and job fair event at it's new facility Saturday off Raleigh Street. There was information about the new facility and the rail cars to be manufactured on display. Full story...
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UPDATE: Job fairs bring out new resumes

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videoJob Fairs spark new life in the unemployment world. Full story...
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Convention Center hotel land deal finally closed

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videoAfter about a decade of planning, agreements, disagreements and lawsuits, the City of Wilmington has finally closed the land sale for a hotel next to the Convention Center. Full story...
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Wilmington company gets state innovation grant

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A Wilmington company is one of 13 across North Carolina to win a state innovation grant. Full story...
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New rules for NC abortion clinics unveiled

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North Carolina government health officials have developed new rules for the state's abortion clinics more than a year after the legislature demanded upgrades so that they would be treated like outpatient surgery centers. The proposed regulations were released Monday. Full story...
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Small Business Saturday provides big boost

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videoBrown Thursday, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, One of the busiest time for shopping out of the year but which impacts the Port City the most? More jobs and opportunities, lower taxes, and strengthen your local economy, that what you do when you shop local. Full story...
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Christmas trees big business in NC mountains

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Christmas trees grown in North Carolina are already well on their way to stores and tree stands across the country. The Asheville Citizen-Times reports that North Carolina ranks second in the nation behind Oregon in Christmas tree production. Federal statistics say the state supplies about 4 million trees worth about $1 billion. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Townhome owners: 'It's just not adding up'

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videoSome townhome owners in Brunswick County think something criminal is going on with their HOA. WWAY investigated. It's a story that's only on three. Sheet after sheet, number after number, month after month, it took a lot of time and work for Tom and Melissa Modafferi to come to this conclusion. Full story...
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