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ACTS, an Enterprise IT consulting firm, is pleased to announce it has joined with River Region Human Services to support their first ever dance-a-thon to help raise money to purchase school supplies
The Fit Body Boot Camp in Jacksonville is gearing up to officially open their doors to the public on October 7th, 2013 with former Harlem Globetrotter Ambassador, Alexander Wright Jr.
The onset of summer brings a lot of relocation moving plans for retirees.
By Molly Dewitt, The Daily News, Jacksonville, N.C. Jul. 31--State Secretary of Commerce Jim Fain sees positives in what Onslow County is doing to enhance economic development as well as it can do to further the cause.
By Susan D. Brandenburg The summer of 2008 will be a memorable one for several young Southside students, including members of the Jacksonville Country Day School Chorus.
By Jannette Pippin, The Daily News, Jacksonville, N.C. Jul. 18--STELLA -- A vast stretch of the White Oak River and the marsh and farmland that extend from its banks were the backdrop for Harry Barker's childhood.
By Amanda Hickey, The Daily News, Jacksonville, N.C. Jun. 21--Onslow County Schools is not offering countywide summer school programs. However, students who need the extra classes still have options, school officials say.
By Amanda Hickey, The Daily News, Jacksonville, N.C. Jun. 20--Stateside Elementary School will be able to house an additional 200 students when it opens in 2009, according to school officials.
By Amanda Hickey, The Daily News, Jacksonville, N.C. Jun. 20--Onslow County Schools now holds the keys to Meadow View Elementary School -- the second such named school that the county has seen.
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