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Thursday, July 27, 2006

Flying high

News-Argus/Bobby Williams Jack Crawley, right and flight instructor Bill Wallitzer look over a chart before Crawley takes to the air Sunday at the Goldsboro-Wayne Airport. For more information see Pilot is 67 and still flying high.-->...

New business coming to TransPark

KINSTON -- Spatial Integrated Systems, a Maryland-base company that specializes in information technology, engineering services and software for the aviation industry and the military, announced today that it will build a facility at the Global TransPark. The company uses...

Fines to be levied for improper handicap parking signs

When the Mayor's Committee for Persons with Disabilities submitted its survey on handicapped parking to the city, Goldsboro's Chief Building Inspector Ed Cianfarra promised he and his staff would take whatever measures necessary to get the more than 700 businesses...

Pilot is 67 and still flying high

Jack Crawley waited nearly half a century to see his dream come true. The 67-year-old Pinetops man recently earned his pilot's license, flying out of the Goldsboro-Wayne Airport. When the plane lifted off with Crawley at the controls, flying solo,...

Duplin will have two EMS openings

KENANSVILLE -- Beginning Aug. 4, the Duplin County Emergency Medical Service will have another vacancy to fill. Assistant Director and Training Officer Jeremy Hill resigned last week to take a position with the state EMS office, Duplin officials said. Hill,...

Money is biggest concern for many future retirees

As the baby boomer generation ages, more and more seniors are looking towards retirement, and at the same time, coping with the uncertainty the transition will bring. While some contemplate ways to live out their golden years, others hope their...

Waynesborough Commission board to reorganize

Waynesborough's governing body is reorganizing to simplify operations at the historical village on U.S. 117 south of Goldsboro. Work has been going on for a while to rewrite the bylaws, and the Old Waynesborough Commission met Tuesday to discuss realigning...

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