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Two identified, two wanted in boat theft

Two people identified and two still wanted in the theft of a 33-foot boat from New Hanover County last month.

Boat stolen from Gore Marine found in Florida

A little more than 24 hours after word spread across social media that a boat valued at around $400,000 was stolen from Gore Marine in New Hanover County, it was found in Florida.

$400,000 boat, other equipment stolen from Gore Marine

Gore Marine is no stranger to boat theft, after a boat was stolen in 2017.

Wilmington boat shop owner convicted of involuntary manslaughter

The verdict is in. A Bladen County jury has convicted an area boat shop owner of involuntary manslaughter. 

Murder trial begins for Wilmington boat shop owner

The trial for a Wilmington man accused of shooting and killing a man in Bladen County is set to start Monday, according to the District Attorney's office.

Widow calls bond for murder suspect ‘unjust’

David Gore turned himself in on a murder charge in Bladen County today.  A judge set his bond at $100,000.

911 call from Bladen Co. shooting: ‘He’s shot in the head… I screwed up’

The man charged with murder after a confrontation turned deadly over the weekend in Bladen County, called 911 after the shooting.

$200,000 boat stolen from Gore Marine

Someone stole a boat worth nearly $200,000 from Gore Marine Metal Fabricators, according to the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office.

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McCrae Dowless pleads guilty to benefit fraud

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Senate budget uses NC revenue boon on more tax cuts, capital

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