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Monday, February 16, 2009

Rosewood residents to oppose housing

ROSEWOOD -- Opponents of a low-income housing project in their community say they welcome support from anyone in the county who is concerned about such projects. Opponents of the Rosewood Townes project will gather Tuesday at 7 p.m. at...

WCPS will debut new cable television channel

At long last, Wayne County Public Schools' education access channel, WCEA, will soon be on the air. For several years, the possibility has eluded officials, with red tape from several directions tying up efforts. Through the city of Goldsboro's franchise...

Wayne has 18 new nationally certified teachers

Wayne County Public Schools' has 18 new National Board Certified educators, officials announced this week. Certification is granted by the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards and is the most accepted symbol of teaching excellence in the nation. North Carolina...

GATEWAY will look at plans for future growth

Staff Writer A state study to look at the performance and organization of the GATEWAY transportation system will get under way later this month. The agency's board of directors Tuesday afternoon appropriated $15,000, its share of the $142,000 study. The...

Reservists will help train future Air Force pilots, WSOs

A pilot steps to the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base flight line. He has an Air Force Reserve patch on his chest, but he is not approaching a KC-135R Strato-tanker. He isn't even a member of the 916th Air Refueling...

Mrs. Tucker president of Sir Walter Cabinet

RALEIGH -- Geraldine A. Tucker has been officially inducted as president of the Sir Walter Cabinet, a group comprised of the spouses of high-ranking state officials. She is the wife of Rep. Russell Tucker, D-Duplin. The Sir Walter Cabinet dates...