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New Hanover Environmental department asking residents to recycle Christmas trees

December 27th, 2016

The New Hanover Environmental department is holding a Christmas tree recycling event at several locations in our area. 

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Store owners stand guard against return fraud

December 27th, 2016

While shoppers flocked to downtown Wilmington on Boxing Day, store owners stood guard against a growing retail problem. According to a study by the National Retail Federation, one in three gift receivers will make a return this holiday season, and anywhere from three to six percent of those returns will be fraudulent. Total merchandise returns account for over $260.5 billion in lost sales for US retailers–fraudulent returns make up nearly $9 billion–close to the annual revenue of t…

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Water St. business owners frustrated by construction delay

December 26th, 2016

As 2016 comes to an end, several businesses along Water St. are finishing a disappointing year. Tim Bush co-owns River to Sea Gallery with his wife in downtown Wilmington, and said the foot traffic in the area is one of the main reasons he chose the location. “We probably started noticing a difference around June or July, we weren’t seeing as much foot traffic and it seems to be way down since,” Bush said. He added that construction made it difficult for p…

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New hanover Environmental department asking residents to recycle trees

December 26th, 2016

The New Hanover Environmental department is holding a Christmas tree recycling event at several locations in our area. 

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2016 most memorable: elderly woman honors veterans for Memorial Day

December 26th, 2016

One of the most rewarding parts of my job as a journalist is connecting with those I interview. I’ve found that even in the most unlikely of circumstances, if you sit down with someone and really listen to them — you’ll  find something you can relate to and connect with. In this case, I connected with a 78-year-old woman in Columbus County. Lorraine Lapsanky’s mission was to put as many American flags on veterans’ graves as possible before Memorial Day….

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