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Archive for February, 2010

Hospice finds land for building near Bolivia

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Bolivia | Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter will build an inpatient hospice facility in Bolivia on land donated by a local businessman.The hospice, which already has hospice centers in Wilmington and Whiteville, will add a 20,000-square-foot facility with seven patient beds off Old Ocean Highway in Brunswick County.

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Toyota of Wilmington will begin repairing recalled cars Friday

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

By Judy RoyalJudy.Royal@StarNewsOnline.com

Toyota of Wilmington has designated a team of technicians who will begin this week to fix vehicles affected by the accelerator pedal recall.

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AAXA Mortgage Brokers folds, searches for new bank partner

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

By Wayne FaulknerWayne.Faulkner@StarNewsOnelin.com

Changing market conditions and a failed merger deal have pushed AAXA Discount Mortgage out of business, a company executive said Wednesday.The closing will put about 80 people out of work, 65 of them at the company’s Wilmington headquarters at 432 Eastwood Road, said Brian Mitchell, operations manager.

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Update – Titan says plant won’t pollute Northeast Cape Fear

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

By Chris MazzoliniChris.Mazzolini@StarNewsOnline.com

The comments come after news reports revealed a January letter from the state’s top water quality regulator stating that federal regulations would prohibit any permits to allow new mercury discharges into the river, which contains fish there are already too contaminated with the toxic heavy metal.

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Turtle lovers, gill-netters head toward showdown

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

By Gareth McGrathGareth.McGrath@StarNewsOnline.com

A traditional way of fishing in North Carolina’s extensive inland and near-shore waters is under threat because of its impacts on an already endangered species.

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