Wilmington HotelsWilmington AdvertiseWilmington AttractionsWilmington BeachesWilmington Business DirectoryWilmingtonWilmingtonWilmington GolfWilmington JobsWilmington NewsWilmington DiningWilmington Weather
     

 

 

Wilmington, NC News

  Free Wilmington Travel Guide!

Archive for December, 2009

South Brunswick High program receives nice gift

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Video

Body

South Brunswick High School’s aquaculture program got a nice gift Tuesday. The Coastal Conservation Association presented a $1,500 check to support the program’s flounder hatchery.

The money will be used to help train students in marine fisheries, raise more flounder and pay for necessary supplies.

Aquaculture students also won a $20,000 solar panel and generator from Progress Energy. They will use it to run the aerators that provide oxygen for fish in ponds.

Story image

aquaculture300.jpg

Story summary

South Brunswick High School’s aquaculture program got a nice gift Tuesday. The Coastal Conservation Association presented a $1,500 check to support the program’s flounder hatchery.

Story summary image

aquaculture150.jpg

Associated poll

More: continued here

85-year-old woman dead; authorities on scene believe she died in spring

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

By Amanda GreeneAmanda.Greene@StarNewsOnline.com

Detectives with the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday afternoon were investigating the death of an 85-year-old woman who might have passed away in the spring of this year.

More: continued here

Burgaw man sentenced to 60 years for child porn

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

By Veronica GonzalezVeronica.Gonzalez@StarNewsOnline.com

A federal judge on Tuesday sentenced Dennis Stephen Johnston to 60 years in prison for producing child pornography involving two girls and a boy in one of the most horrific cases a Pender County Sheriff’s detective has ever investigated.

More: continued here

Federal aid pumps up Pender water project

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Pender County | Pender County has obtained the necessary $12.55 million in federal loans and grants it had sought to enlarge a water treatment plant planned on U.S. 421.

More: continued here

Military wives support each other during deployment

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

By Amanda Greene,Amanda.Greene@StarNewsOnline.com

Catherine Fitzgerald of Hampstead started a bi-monthly Bible study and military wives ministry at Scotts Hill Baptist Church called Operation Hope Front that has attracted about 15 women so far.

More: continued here

 

Archives

News provided by WWAY NewsChannel 3 and the StarNewsOnline

|Home| |Events| |Attractions| |Accommodations| |Restaurants| |Golf| |Beaches| |Jobs| |Getting Here| |Climate| |Directory| |News| |Advertise| |Contact Us|

 
 
  Welcome to Wilmington, North Carolina