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Saturday, September 19, 2009

Wayne school shuffle only four teachers

Wayne County Public Schools fared better than most districts this year, only having to shift four teachers since the start of school. Each year, administrators estimate where to assign educators and until the 10th day, closely monitor the rise or...

Man of steel: Vietnam POW recognized at Seymour Johnson AFB

Moments before Norman Gaddis detailed the living conditions he endured as a prisoner of war during Vietnam, the retired brigadier general broke down. He wasn't reliving the day his fighter jet was hit by enemy fire or the six years...

Mayor's Committee award nominees sought

The Mayor's Committee for Persons with Disabilites will host its Annual Awards Luncheon on Thursday, October 15 at noon at the Lane Tree Golf Club at 2317 Salem Church Road. There are four awards given each year; Disabled Employee...

Mount Olive living history delves into religion, role of black troops

MOUNT OLIVE -- The grounds outside the Mount Olive Museum were turned into a small Civil War camp Saturday as the town's Historical Society held its second annual living history event to mark its involvement in the great war....

DMV supervisor charged with stolen goods in Duplin

Bill Toman, 51, of 1769 Seabrook School Road, Fayetteville, who is district supervisor for the state Division of Motor Vehicles Bureau of License and Theft Fayetteville District Office, was arrested on Friday, in Duplin County by the SBI for felony...