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Alumni pull funding, celebrities join efforts to fire controversial UNCW professor

Celebrities and influential alumni in Wilmington have now gotten on board in condemning a controversial UNCW professor, and are demanding he be fired from the university.
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Appeal that opposed subdivision development at The Cape denied

In the end, the planning board said the review committee made no error in approving the preliminary plans.They unanimously denied the appeal.
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City leaders approve major development The Avenue

City leaders approve the rezoning to develop the 44.5 acres for the multi-million dollar development.
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Business owner in Castle Hayne sick of thieves taking campaign signs

She cannot vote for either candidate, she simply wants to give them a space to campaign, but she says thieves keep taking that away.

NC State details Wilmington sports agent as part of federal investigation

Gary Shipman, a candidate for NC House, confirms to WWAY that he is the agent who notified NC State about his beliefs of improper benefits regarding Dennis Smith Jr.
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NC House candidate clarifies controversial statement

At a recent forum he was recorded saying he is a member of the African-American community, a statement that has stirred up some controversy.
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Lawsuit filed by former CFCC President moves forward

A lawsuit filed by former Cape Fear Community College President Ted Spring will proceed to trial, after a Federal judge denied the Motion filed by the Board of Trustees of CFCC to dismiss it.
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Lawyer representing suspended deputy chief releases statement

The attorney representing a Wilmington Police deputy chief has released a statement in regards to the investigation surrounding his client.
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SBI: ‘Investigation initiated’ against fmr. CFCC president, no charges filed

A spokesman with the State Bureau of Investigation said agents have begun looking into former CFCC president Dr. Ted Spring, but the spokesman stresses this does not imply any current criminal charges in the case.

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