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Player of the year Truesdale & Edwards make all district girls team, Tynes named coach of year

The all-district 2 team is out for girls high school basketball. Laney's Kabrina Truesdale and Hoggard's McKenzi Edwards lead the way. In fact Truesdale was named player of year. Laney's Sherri Tynes is coach of the year.

Pender Co. Schools update for Thursday and exam schedule

Pender County Schools will operate on a 2-hour delay for students and staff on Thursday January 13.

Flooding leads to two-hour delay for Pender schools Tuesday

After-school care programs will operate for a limited time. Parents are urged to pick up their children from after-school care programs as soon as possible and by 5 p.m.

Schools release AYP results

It's report card time for the public school systems in North Carolina. The state Department of Public Instruction released the preliminary results for Adequate Yearly Progress today for the 2009-2010 school year.

UPDATE: Superintendent says NAACP had nothing to do with principal’s suspension

video "It has nothing to do with the NAACP," superintendent Allison Sholar. "I don't cower to them, and they don't make my decisions for me."

Burgaw Middle School principal suspended

Pender County Schools said in a statement today that Major Coleman was suspended Friday.

Topsail HS EV team wins 7th national title

The team collected 11 trophies including first and third overall. This was the seventh year in a row that the EV Team won first overall in the SMARTT Challenge competition against high schools from as far away as Iowa and Miami.

Pender school leaders don’t like Perdue’s budget

The school system's finance director says about nine percent of full-time teachers could be cut due to budget reductions. Many say they've suffered enough from past budget cuts.

Pender NAACP wants school board chair to quit

For six months the Pender County NAACP has been investigating Pender County School Board Chair Tom Roper. Today the civil rights group released its findings, calling for Roper to resign.

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New Hanover County Commissioners approve new $53 million government center

New Hanover County will be getting a new government center after a vote by county commissioners Tuesday evening.

Wilmington City Council approves WWII Heritage signs, Rail Trail master plan

The city famous for hosting the annual Azalea Festival received the distinction in 2020 of becoming America's first World War II Heritage City. Leaders voted Tuesday night to ensure anyone driving into the city is aware of that.

West Brunswick girls basketball falls to Ashley in season opener

The Ashley Screamin' Eagles used a 21 point halftime lead on Tuesday night to approve to 4-1 on the year beating West Brunswick, 68-44.

UNCW comeback falls short in back to back with Towson

Visiting UNCW stormed back from a 15-point deficit with five minutes left to pull within one possession, but came up short in a 78-74 loss as Towson swept an early-week Colonial Athletic Association series on Tuesday at SECU Arena.