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Special Olympics of New Hanover County held its Polar Plunge fundraiser at Kure Beach on Saturday. [Photos by Ken Oots/For Star News] [Read More]
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Fans got a chance to meet China Anne McClain from the Descendants Saturday Feb. 23, 2019 during the StarNews Media Kids Expo at the Wilmington... [Read More]
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Seven girls and four boys teams qualify for state's postseason tournament... [Read More]
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A number of Port City dealerships are growing and even changing locations to entice car-buying customers... [Read More]
Wilmington car buyers will soon have new brands to see and new showrooms to explore. [Read More]
WWII bill advancesEDITOR: Thank you for publishing on Feb. 19 the Washington Post editorial favorably describing the recent bipartisan support in the U.S. Senate for... [Read More]
Ann Coulter flipped on Trump, called him an "idiot." It's over, folks. Question now is which Republicans will oppose him in 2020 primary.Si Cantwell, enjoy... [Read More]
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Poultry operations are now the largest and fastest growing source of livestock nutrient pollution in North Carolina, endangering our water, especially here in the Cape... [Read More]
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Regular programming at the Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson site will resume in the spring... [Read More]
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Bucs' boys team battles back from early 16-point deficit to claim first tournament title since 2000. [Read More]
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The One Tree Hill weekend hosted by Friends with Benefit Charity Events kicked off Friday night with an event held at Battleship Park on the... [Read More]
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Police seek suspects in fatal shooting of 18-year-old late Thursday in the 700 block of Emory Street... [Read More]
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Laney beat Hoggard in both the boys and girls Mideastern Conference finals... [Read More]
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The non-profit that raises funds for animal welfare set to shut its doors March 15... [Read More]
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A proposal received by the county calls for a three-phase development, including a joint library and museum... [Read More]
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UNCW student volunteers spend Friday cleaning up storm debris at Bellevue Cemetery... [Read More]
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Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson State Historic Site was heavily damaged by the September storm... [Read More]
New Hanover County is seeking feedback on a proposal to redevelop the downtown block between the 200 blocks of Chestnut and Grace streets. [Read More]
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Garrett Raney Hill allegedly struck a vehicle after making a southbound turn into the northbound-only lanes. [Read More]
Students from UNCW are helping Charlie Rivenbark and the other volunteers clean up Bellevue Cemetery. [Read More]
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