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Pender students get stage time with acclaimed choreographer

March 13th, 2017

The Wilson Center at Cape Fear Community College will welcome 120 fifth graders from five Pender County schools for a dance demonstration on Tuesday by Lionel Popkin, an internationally acclaimed choreographer, dancer, and chair of arts and cultures.

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Permission Granted: Catholics can eat meat this Friday

March 13th, 2017

You may be happy to know that a potential dilemma for the Lenten season has been avoided this week. Many people observe a tradition of abstaining from eating meat on Fridays during Lent. However, with St. Patrick’s Day landing on Friday this year, you still have an opportunity to feast on a staple of corned beef and cabbage. 

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City and county provide single text message in response to public records request

March 13th, 2017

In our world of rapidly evolving technology, how we communicate with each other is changing more quickly than public records laws that govern the communication of public officials. Generally speaking, written correspondence to and from public officials is a matter of public record. 

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Oak Island Pier ‘unsafe for human occupancy’

March 13th, 2017

The Oak Island fishing pier has been shut down. Steven Edwards, Oak Island’s development services director, sent a letter to Oak Island Mayor Cin Brochure and pier owner A.C. Thomes Jr. stating that he found the pier to be "unsafe for human occupancy."

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New standards would let first-year residents work 24-hour shifts

March 13th, 2017

Newly-revised requirements for graduate medical students would allow first-year residents to work shifts of up to 24 hours. The previous maximum was 16 hours. The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education said the decision to raise the number of hours was part of a periodic review process that began in 2015.  "The standards were not arrived at lightly," Thomas Nasca, CEO of ACGME wrote in a memo. "The Task Force spent over 4,200 hours formulating…

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