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Archive for July, 2014

Bwk Co. man’s bond increased to $7 million after more charges added

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

The bond has increased to over $7 million for a Brunswick County man who was arrested and charged for his alleged involvement in three separate charges of sexual assault on a female.

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Hammerheads release Calderon and Oliveira

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

Wilmington Hammerheads FC announced today the release of two players, Mickael Oliveira and Michael Calderon, from their current 2014 USL PRO roster.

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Opera company debuts in Wilmington

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

Opera Wilmington, a new company to form in the Port City, is making its debut performance with The Merry Widow.

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ONLY ON 3 UPDATE: Damaged road fixed after report

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — We told you last night about Trucking Lane in Brunswick county that was damaged by Duke Energy.

As promised, Duke Energy sent out contractors Thursday to fix the road.

A WWAY viewer originally sent us a Facebook message saying the company had come to trim some trees and damaged the dirt road. As the neighborhood’s only access, she was concerned the road might wash away and leave them stranded.

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Customers protest car dealership

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — A car dealership in Wilmington is under fire. Customers say the cars they bought are not up to par. Several of them gathered to protest across the street from Lovitt’s Auto and Truck Center on Carolina Beach Road.

One customer said the truck he bought from Lovitt’s three months ago has cost him thousands of dollars in repairs and put his family in danger.

” The motor could have locked up, we could have been going down the highway 60-70 miles an hour,” said Chris Wilhoit. “I’ve got small children, you know, you take people at their word, unfortunately sometimes that’s not what you get.”

Kenny Lovitt, the dealership owner, did not want to comment on camera. But he said the protesting customer signed a waiver to deny a warranty, so he is not liable. Lovitt also said he does not plan on doing anything to stop the protesters.

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