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Archive for September, 2015

Workplace wellness trend catching on with Wilmington businesses

Friday, September 25th, 2015

First it was Facebook and Google, but now, thousands of companies are taking part in workplace wellness. It’s a trend that’s sweeping the nation and isn’t skipping over Wilmington.According to the CDC, many businesses are offering workplace wellness programs to prevent their employees from getting chronic diseases like hypertension and depression, as well as curb the rising cost of health care. They can include anything from yoga or other fitness classes, to smoothie …

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Wilmington man found guilty of attempted armed robbery

Friday, September 25th, 2015

According to a news release from District Attorney Ben Davids office, a Wilmington man was found guilty on Friday for the attempted armed robbery of a local resident.

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Car catches fire on Old Lumberton Road in Columbus County

Friday, September 25th, 2015

Highway Patrol and other crews responded to a wreck off of Old Lumberton Road and Highway 410 in Columbus County Friday afternoon, according to Highway Patrol.Viewer Sam McIntyre sent in pictures to the newsroom that showed a vehicle had caught fire.No word on any injuries at the time.Check back for more information on this story as it is brought to the newsroom.Copyright 2015 WECT. All rights reserved.

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New law gives you more time to pay court costs, fines and penalties

Friday, September 25th, 2015

A new law that will go into effect in December gives you more time to pay court costs, penalties, and fines associated with traffic offenses.

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Rain soaks region, prompts schedule changes

Friday, September 25th, 2015

Since midnight Thursday, more than 1.8 inches of rain has fallen in the region with forecasters predicting up to another 2 inches by Sunday afternoon.

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