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UNCW Edged By SMC, 1-0, In Men’s Soccer

UNCW Edged By SMC, 1-0, In Men’s Soccer

Saint Mary's scored in the 17th minute and held off several charges by the Seahawks fora 1-0 win on Friday.

Congresswoman Martha Roby Attends Young Americans for Romney Super Saturday Events Across North Carolina

Congresswoman Martha Roby Attends Young Americans for Romney Super Saturday Events Across North Carolina

Raleigh, NC – TODAY, Congresswoman Martha Roby (AL-2) will join young Americans – ranging from teenagers to college students to young professionals – across North Carolina as part of a nationwide Young Americans for Romney Super Saturday effort. Congresswoman Roby will meet with volunteers at Victory Offices in Raleigh and Greensboro as well as help roll-out North Carolina’s Young Americans for Romney Coalition.   The Obama economy has been a disaster for our nation’s youth. Under President Obama, the costs of college have skyrocketed – making it more difficult for students to attend college – and his economic policies have made it harder for graduates to find jobs. After four years of President Obama’s failed liberal programs that have left […]

Seahawks Fall To Spartans In Five Sets

Seahawks Fall To Spartans In Five Sets

UNCW saw host UNC Greensboro rally for a 3-2 victory in the opening match of the Spartan Spiketacular Friday.

Tim Wilkerson Leads in Funny Car Competition After Day One of Qualifying; Langdon, Nobile, Hines Also Tops in Their Classes

Tim Wilkerson Leads in Funny Car Competition After Day One of Qualifying; Langdon, Nobile, Hines Also Tops in Their Classes

Funny Car driver Tim Wilkerson raced to the qualifying lead Friday at the O’Reilly Auto Parts NHRA Nationals at zMAX Dragway.

Hispanic Small Business Dialogue in Charlotte, NC

Hispanic Small Business Dialogue in Charlotte, NC

Craig Romney, Rachel Campos-Duffy, and Former Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez to Host Hispanic Small Business Dialogue in Charlotte, NC   Charlotte, NC – Craig Romney, Rachel Campos-Duffy, and Former Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez will host a Hispanic small business dialogue on Saturday, September 15th, in Charlotte, North Carolina. The dialogue is an opportunity for attendees to learn more about the Romney-Ryan plan to strengthen small businesses and the middle class. It is also a chance for Craig Romney to hear directly from the Hispanic community about their concerns, so that he can relay those messages back to his Dad.   WHAT: Hispanic Small Business Dialogue   WHO: Craig Romney Rachel Campos-Duffy Former Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez   […]

UNCW Men’s Golf Preview: Tar Heel Intercollegiate

UNCW Men’s Golf Preview: Tar Heel Intercollegiate

Head Coach Matt Clark and his Seahawks open their season against a strong tournament field on Sept. 15-16.

Seahawk Harriers Compete At CAA Site

Seahawk Harriers Compete At CAA Site

The cross country teams make their third appearance of the new season early Saturday at the William & Mary Invitational.

UNCW Volleyball Preview: Spartan Spiketacular

UNCW Volleyball Preview: Spartan Spiketacular

UNCW completes its 10-match road swing this weekend with an appearance in the Spartan Spiketacular, hosted by UNC Greensboro.

Progress Energy Carolinas to retire Lee coal-fired power plant Sept. 15

Progress Energy Carolinas to retire Lee coal-fired power plant Sept. 15

GOLDSBORO, N.C. (Sept. 14, 2012) – Progress Energy Carolinas, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, will officially close the coal-fired H.F. Lee power plant near Goldsboro, N.C., Sept. 15. This is the second such retirement under the utility’s fleet-modernization program, which will help ensure continued grid reliability, reduce the long-term price impact on customers, reduce air emissions and water usage, and offer new economic development opportunities. The Lee Plant has been a vital part of meeting the needs of Progress Energy Carolinas’ customers since it began commercial operation in 1951. Located on the Neuse River west of Goldsboro, the plant was one of the first major construction projects in the utility’s post-World War II expansion. A second coal-fired unit was added […]

CAA Blood Challenge On The Horizon

CAA Blood Challenge On The Horizon

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is partnering with the American Red Cross in the CAA Blood Challenge on Sept. 20.

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