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Archive for January, 2010

McGee resigns as Brunswick schools superintendent

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

By Ana RibeiroAna.Ribeiro@StarNewsOnline.com

Brunswick County | Brunswick County schools Superintendent Katie McGee’s resignation was accepted by the school board Thursday afternoon in a closed-door meeting, a board member confirmed.McGee’s last day of work will be Jan. 28 and her resignation will be effective Jan. 31, said board member Catherine Cooke.

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Report of missing child leads to charges for its mother

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

Wilmington | A 24-year-old Wilmington woman was charged with misdemeanor child abuse this week after police investigated a report of a missing child.

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Sports fields, lights and pool on ‘wish list’ for Hampstead

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

By K.J. WilliamsCitydesk@starnewsonline.com

Asking residents of eastern Pender County what they wanted in recreational facilities resulted in a “wish list” the county plans to use when applying for future grants.

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Murder probe still a priority, DA tells sister of Jackson-Foy

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

By David ReynoldsDave.Reynolds@StarNewsOnline.com

Almost two years after the remains of two women were found near a busy street in Wilmington, authorities met with one victim’s family members and assured them the murder investigation remains a priority.Lisa Valentino, the sister of Allison Jackson-Foy, requested the meeting with New Hanover County District Attorney Ben David.

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Navassa mayor miffed by lack of action on federal discrimination complaint

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

By Ken LittleCitydesk@StarNewsOnline.com

Navassa | No action has been taken on the federal discrimination complaint filed by the town of Navassa last fall over the shift in priorities by the N.C. Department of Transportation in its plans to build a section of the U.S. 17 Wilmington Bypass, Mayor Eulis Willis said Thursday.

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