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Archive for September, 2016

She ROCKS raises ovarian cancer awareness

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

Hundreds of people gathered at the Wilmington Convention Center for the third annual She ROCKS Inc. fundraiser luncheon. The goal was to raise awareness for ovarian cancer and increase education.

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New law limits mandatory connections to public water systems

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

A new law recently went into effect in North Carolina that will make it more difficult for the government to force you to hook on to the public water system. But the law will not provide any relief for residents in New Hanover County’s Heritage Park neighborhood, who are already in the midst of a mandatory connection to the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority system. 

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American Red Cross: Honor 9/11 Day by donating blood

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

The American Red Cross is encouraging the community to honor 9/11 Day by volunteering or by donating blood or platelets. New Hanover Regional Orthopedic Hospital hosted a blood drive on Wednesday. "If we can give on a constant basis, with things like this happening, we will always be on point, we will never run out," said Tifany Green, a blood donor and the coordinator of Wednesday’s blood drive. "Not just give when you think, ‘Oh hey there’s a tragedy and I need…

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Chadbourn Police Dept. to get another set of eyes

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

Officers with the Chadbourn Police Department will soon get another set of eyes.

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Commissioners approve request to stop third party senior meals

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

Commissioners in Brunswick County on Tuesday approved a Brunswick Senior Resources, Inc. request to send a 90-day termination notice to Trinity Corporation, the company that manages its food service activities at the cafeteria in the county’s government center, to stop making senior meals. The county will now have to pay an estimated 11 cents more per jail meal, or approximately $30,000 annually.

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