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A man is in the hospital after yet another shark attack off the North Carolina coast just after noon on Wednesday.  The victim sustained multiple injuries.

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Did you know that the great jazz singer and bandleader Cab Calloway has played Wilmington? 

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The Williston Alumni Association is celebrating the Wilmington school’s 100th anniversary. 

On the next CoastLine: As Independence Day approaches, StarNews reporter and columnist Ben Steelman and Thalian Hall director Tony Rivenbark peer into Wilmington's past with stories of the Bellamy Mansion, the Battleship North Carolina and many more. 

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When a shark (or sharks) seriously injures two young swimmers near a local beach, a new company announces plans to provide a significant spike in jobs, or a community group demands the Confederate flag be banned in the county, it’s local reporters that bring you those stories. 

In this edition of CoastLine, we talk with two key players on the local news scene. 

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Anthropologist Monroe Fisher's African trail was called one of the "world’s best hikes" by the National Geographic. His new project, Carolina Rivers, has begun documenting 32 rivers of North and South Carolina. He was our our guest on CoastLine on June 17th, 2015.

photographer: Billy Hathorn

New Hanover County residents will see a two-cent property tax increase in the next fiscal year. 

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Oystercatchers, Black Skimmers, Least Terns, Willets, and Common Terns.  They’re all shore birds.  They’re all listed as species of special concern in North Carolina.  And they’re all nesting in colonies at the tip of Wrightsville Beach. 

On the next CoastLine: The most recent Power Breakfast explored the role of news media in the community. This week we’ll be sitting down for a Reporters’ Round Table with Greater Wilmington Business Journal Editor Vicky Janowski and WECT Anchor Jon Evans.

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City of Wilmington

A North Carolina Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the City of Wilmington on the embattled Convention Center Hotel.  

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