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Archive for June, 2011

Eagles Island coalition raises concern

Friday, June 17th, 2011

Tensions between Wilmington and Leland officials were evident during Thursday night’s Leland town council meeting.A resolution in support of the Eagles Island Coalition caused a lengthy discussion about Wilmington’s intent on the island and past tensions with the Transportation Advisory Committee. The resolution supports the creation of the coalition and pledges membership to it.

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Sheriff’s probe on leak of Brian Berger’s unemployment history comes up empty

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

More than a week after triggering an investigation into a tip about Commissioner Brian Berger receiving unemployment benefits, a spokesman for New Hanover County’s chief law enforcement office announced on Thursday that the probe failed to find enough evidence to suggest criminal wrongdoing.

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Lawyer claims double jeopardy in arson case involving R.C. Soles

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

The lawyer for Allen Strickland filed a motion Thursday claiming that his client’s July trial on arson charges is double jeopardy, according to the Columbus County District Attorney’s Office.

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Budget cuts bringing changes to Smart Start, More at Four programs

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

What’s done is done. The budget cuts are here. With the House and Senate override of the governor’s budget veto earlier this week, it’s pain time for many of the state’s educational institutions.

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Dispute over Wilmington Civil Service Commission dies on House floor

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

A years-long dispute over proposed changes to Wilmington’s Civil Service Commission reared its head on the N.C. House floor Thursday morning, and now changes won’t get made by the General Assembly this legislative session.

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