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Archive for April, 2010

Former New Hanover High teacher won’t be charged after harassment allegations

Friday, April 30th, 2010

By Amanda GreeneAmanda.Greene@StarNewsOnline.com

A former New Hanover High School teacher will not be charged after allegations this week that he harassed a 17-year-old female student by trying to engage her in a romantic relationship, the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office said Friday.

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Defendant’s violent past at issue in trial

Friday, April 30th, 2010

By Veronica GonzalezVeronica.Gonzalez@StarNewsOnline.com

Jurors weren’t in court on Friday during the fifth day of Pierce’s trial when prosecutors questioned three Philadelphia police officers involved in a shoot-out with Pierce and another man in 1994. Pierce served nearly 10 years in prison for that crime.

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Police seek suspects accused of beating man at ATM

Friday, April 30th, 2010

On Feb. 28 at 11:30 p.m. the victim was sitting in his car waiting for the ATM at the Bank of America on Third Street. When it was his turn for the ATM, six to eight men walked up to the ATM in front of him, according to a press release from the Wilmington Police Department.

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Leland’s budget outlook brightens

Friday, April 30th, 2010

By Ana RibeiroAna.Ribeiro@StarNewsOnline.com

Leland has no plans to increase its property tax rate, currently 11.66 cents per $100 of assessed value in the budget year that starts July 1. Still, the town expects to bring in about $81,000 more in property taxes next fiscal year, at roughly $2.13 million.

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Former New Hanover High teacher won’t be charge after harassment allegations

Friday, April 30th, 2010

By Amanda GreeneAmanda.Greene@StarNewsOnline.com

A former New Hanover High School teacher will not be charged after allegations this week that he harassed a 17-year-old female student by trying to engage her in a romantic relationship, the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office said Friday.

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