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Detectives look for help identifying theft suspect

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — Brunswick County Sheriff’s detectives hope surveillance photos will help them identify and find a wanted woman.

The woman is a suspect in a larceny from a vehicle that happened on Long Beach Road in Southport Friday.

Investigators say she was seen driving a two-door red/burgundy Chevy Cavalier with a second person inside described as a white female, possibly 5’0″-5’7″ tall and wearing a white tank top and short jean shorts.

Anyone with any information should contact Det. Jason Fennell at (910) 253-2743.

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Wilmington looks to save green with green initiatives

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The City of Wilmington has been working hard for years to become more environmentally friendly.

Crews just finished installing new LED street lights around Wilmington.

“I think green efforts are great,” Wilmington resident Erica Christensen.

Solar panels, electric cars and now lights are just some of the ways the City of Wilmington has made an effort to go green.

Duke Energy Progress just finished installing 200 LED lights across the city that use less energy and emit less green house emissions. City spokeswoman Malissa Talbert says these new lights alone will save the city at least $10,000 a year.

“Because they use produce less energy they save us money in the long term,” Talbert said.

Christensen says she hopes the city sees the monetary difference.

“I think it’s great, as long as, of course, they use that money to go towards something worthwhile I guess,” she said.

Talbert says the city has not decided where the money will go yet.

“You know I haven’t thought about that. I guess it depends,” Talbert said. “That’s a nice problem to have. To have savings, and try to figure out what to do with it.”

The city has been pursuing grants for years to fund these kinds of projects. Talbert says they will continue to seek more grants to further these green efforts.

The city hopes to eventually install these new lightbulbs into all 8,000 street lights across Wilmington.

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Wilmington yard waste crews to return to normal schedule

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

Pickup has been delayed recently due to maintenance issues

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WFD restructures stations: How it impacts you

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

The Wilmington Fire Department is gearing up for a historic change: the closing of four fire stations and the replacement of just two of those facilities; along with a major redeployment of staff and equipment.

 

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Sheriff’s Detectives searching for teen as person of interest

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

New Hanover County Sheriff's Detectives are looking for a teen they say is a person of interest in an assault case.

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