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Archive for June, 2016

McCrory and Cooper visit the Port City

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

They are both hoping to be the next governor of North Carolina, and today Governor Pat McCrory and Attorney General Roy Cooper spoke at the North Carolina Economic Developers Association meeting in Wrightsvile Beach on Wednesday. In two Q&A sessions, both men spoke of their commitment to economic development in the state, and what needs to be done to be in better competition with states like South Carolina, who have contracts with large corporations. "When you’re talking …

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New Orleans restaurant files suit against Bourbon Street

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

Tropical Isle, a restaurant and bar in New Orleans, has filed a suit against Wilmington restaurant Bourbon Street, that is according to Tropical Isle Co-Owner,  Pam Fortner.

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Wilmington coworkers share $1 million lottery prize

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

Winning ticket sold at Kangaroo Express in Castle Hayne.

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Residents return to their homes after lightning strike causes natural gas leak

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

Brunswick County emergency crews were called to respond to the Grayson Park community after reports of lightning striking a natural gas line Wednesday afternoon.

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UNCW offers active shooter training free of charge

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

Twice a month, UNCW offers an active shooter training course. Though it’s geared towards the university community, a UNCW Police Lieutenant said the course is available for anyone who wants to come, free of charge. UNCW officials said information about the training will be provided to all 4,000 incoming freshman and transfer students at orientations throughout the summer. In the video, Randy Spivey, executive director at the Center for Personal Protection, said, "It’s a s…

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