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Archive for November, 2009

New port prompts plenty of concerns from nearby Boiling Spring Lakes

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

By Ken LittleCitydesk@StarNewsOnline.Com

Boiling Spring Lakes officials have a boatload of concerns about the proposed international port terminal near Southport.Their concerns are voiced in a letter delivered Friday to the Army Corps of Engineers.

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Smiles and full plates abound at Leland Thanksgiving meal

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

By Amy HotzAmy.Hotz@StarNewsOnline.com

The scenes were like those of any Thanksgiving holiday. A father helped his young son slide the dressing onto his fork. A grandmother hugged her grandson just before he put turkey in his mouth. But the dressing wasn’t made by mom and the turkey wasn’t carved by dad.

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Heart specialists concerned about 2010 Medicare payment cuts

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

By Vicky EckenrodeVicky.Eckenrode@StarNewsOnline.com

Many cardiac tests, as well as other common exams used to diagnose heart disease, are slated to see significant reimbursement cuts for cardiologists nationwide starting in January.

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Diversity issue emerges in Southport planning board pick

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

By Shelby SebensShelby.Sebens@StarNewsOnline.com

Controversy has plagued a normally routine process of filling a vacancy on the Southport Planning Board. When considering appointing a member from a town’s extraterritorial jurisdiction, the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners usually appoints the person recommended by the town board.

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Local retailers hope Black Friday dollars stay here

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

By Judy RoyalJudy.Royal@StarNewsOnline.com

Unique gifts, plenty of parking, holiday fanfare and – most of all – unprecedented discounts are among the strategies merchants are using to boost sales at a time when consumers are holding on tightly to their wallets.

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