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Thursday Commentary
12:21 pm
Wed September 13, 2006

The Art of Organic Foods

Never one to pas up anything that has to do with food, commentator Ede Baldridge takes her friend's advice and probes the world of organic foods.

Wilmington, NC – Ede Baldridge writes about memorable people and places in the southeast.

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Local Interest
12:31 am
Wed September 13, 2006

Seniors Warned at Scam Jam

credit: NCDOJ

Wilmington, NC – Representatives from the North Carolina Attorney General's office will be in Wilmington today to talk with area seniors about how to detect scams.


The event will cover topics ranging from identity theft, mail and charity fraud, and investment scams.


North Carolina Attorney General Cooper says this will be an opportunity for seniors to gather a wealth of information for those looking to ward off scam artists.

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Local Interest
11:47 am
Tue September 12, 2006

UNCW Students Remember 9/11

Wilmington, NC – To commemorate those lost on 9/11 UNCW students held an all day public ceremony on campus on the five-year anniversary.

More than 3,000 American flags were placed on the campus commons lawn. Events organizers say early in the morning nearly 200 students and residents gathered to remember the victims of 9/11.

Ceremony organizer and student Brian Pate, says even a retired NYC fire fighter arrived with his family to remember the day's events.

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Tuesday Commentary
11:39 am
Tue September 12, 2006

The Art of Organic Foods

Wilmington, NC – Ede Baldridge writes about memorable people and places in the southeast.

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Tuesday Commentary
11:31 am
Tue September 12, 2006

Remembering 9/11

Wilmington, NC – Andy Wood is education director for Audbon North Carolina.

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Local Interest
10:17 am
Thu September 7, 2006

City Opens Water Taxi to Competition

The Captain Moffitt moored at the foot of Market Street.

Wilmington, NC – The new resolution creates a $500 annual fee for companies operating water taxis from docks along Water Street. Until now, the city had no formal licensing process for boat tours. Parks and Recreation director Gary Shell says he's had two recent inquiries from people interested in starting water taxi services.

Cape Fear Riverboats, which operates the Captain Moffitt and the Henrietta III, is the only company currently using Wilmington's floating docks.

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Thursday Commentary
12:13 pm
Wed September 6, 2006

Remembering Lumina Station

As summer comes to an end, architect and commentator Charles Boney recalls Wrightsville Beach's most famous landmark.

Wilmington, NC – Charles Boney and his family are happy to live in the historic district of downtown Wilmington.

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Local Interest
9:29 am
Wed September 6, 2006

The Conversation Continues With Chancellor DePaolo

credit: UNCW

Wilmington, NC – The University of North Carolina, Wilmington is expanding programs across the campus and welcoming a record number of students. All while trying to maintain an intimate feel and compete to hold on to faculty.

WHQR's Catherine Welch sat down with UNCW Chancellor Rosemary DePaolo to talk about the university's future.

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Local Interest
5:42 am
Wed September 6, 2006

A Conversation With UNCW's Chancellor

credit: UNCW

Wilmington, NC – The University of North Carolina, Wilmington is expanding programs across the campus and welcoming a record number of students. All while trying to maintain an intimate feel and compete to hold on to faculty.

WHQR's Catherine Welch talked with UNCW Chancellor Rosemary DePaolo to talk about the university's future.

UNCW open its doors to a record number of students this fall, about 12,000 with a freshman class of under 2,000.

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Tuesday Commentary
11:28 am
Tue September 5, 2006

Planting the Winter/Fall Garden

Wilmington, NC – In her garden commentary, Barbara Sullivan talks about how to beat the heat by retreating inside to plan your winter and spring garden.

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