Stevenson remembered for giving back, love of racing - StarNewsOnline.com — StarNewsOnline.com Stevenson remembered for giving back, love of racing StarNewsOnline.com John O. Stevenson, the driving force and founder of the eponymous automotive group died suddenly inside his Toyota dealership on New Bern Highway in Jacksonville. Stevenson Automotive Group Human ... In 1983, Stevenson established Stevenson Honda in ... Stevenson remembered for giving back, love of racing - News - New ... New Bern Sun Journal all 3 news articles »
Conner, Dr. Robert John - Greensboro News & Record — Greensboro News & Record Conner, Dr. Robert John Greensboro News & Record JAMESTOWN Robert John Conner was born on January 28, 1940 to Johnnie W. Conner and Mary Elizabeth (Denton) Conner in Kings Mountain, NC and passed away on October 15, 2017. Bob graduated from New Hanover High School in Wilmington , NC in ...
A 'Toxic' interview with Anthony Lawson - StarNewsOnline.com — StarNewsOnline.com A 'Toxic' interview with Anthony Lawson StarNewsOnline.com When “Toxic Avenger” first came out, (former Wilmington actor) Zack Simcoe looked at me and said, “You'll be doing that up at City Stage in five years.” I took seven, but I didn't want to ... Don't be a dick, recycle. Contact John Staton at 910-343 ...
Passing attack powers Vikings past Scorpions - StarNewsOnline.com — StarNewsOnline.com Passing attack powers Vikings past Scorpions StarNewsOnline.com All rights reserved • GateHouse Sports. Original content available for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons license, except where noted. Wilmington Star News ~ 1003 South 17th Street, Wilmington , NC 28401 ~ Privacy Policy ~ Terms Of Service. and more »
Elizabeth Christine Eubank Cox, 88, volunteered at New Hanover Regional Medical Center - Port City Daily — Port City Daily Elizabeth Christine Eubank Cox, 88, volunteered at New Hanover Regional Medical Center Port City Daily She was a graduate of Maysville High School and attended nursing school at James Walker Memorial Hospital in Wilmington , N.C. She later volunteered at New Hanover Regional Medical Center with the Hospital Auxiliary and the American Red Cross. ... James ...
Phyllis Marie Teague Benson, 75, loved her work and coworkers at WWAY-TV and WECT-TV - Port City Daily — Port City Daily Phyllis Marie Teague Benson, 75, loved her work and coworkers at WWAY-TV and WECT-TV Port City Daily She is survived by her son, John Allen Benson; daughters, Elizabeth Paige Brown, and her husband, Alexander Brown, and Belinda Catherine Volikas, and her husband, Hari Volikas, all of Wilmington , N.C. ; sister, Betty Elaine Teague Long of Wilmington; ...
PHOTOS: Sheila Boles Gymnasium dedication - StarNewsOnline.com — StarNewsOnline.com PHOTOS: Sheila Boles Gymnasium dedication StarNewsOnline.com ... Schools ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony for John T. Hoggard High School’s new Sheila Boles Gymnasium Wednesday Oct. 18, 2017 in Wilmington , N.C. The 14 million dollar project included construction of the new Sheila Boles Gymnasium, ...
Ward Davis, Mrs. Joyce - Greensboro News & Record — Ward Davis, Mrs. Joyce Greensboro News & Record ... Randy Davis and wife Lisa of High Point. Joyce is also survived by her four grandchildren, Shannon Snell of Fayetteville, Cassie Lynn and her husband, Keegan of Wilmington , NC , John Davis of Raleigh, NC and Joe Davis and his wife Cecile of High Point.
Bookmarks: Blair, Carolina Wren to merge - StarNewsOnline.com — StarNewsOnline.com Bookmarks: Blair, Carolina Wren to merge StarNewsOnline.com John F. Blair handled the works of Banks Channel Books, the imprint launched by former Wilmington writer Ellyn Bache, and it had a cooperative arrangement with the Publishing Laboratory at the University of North Carolina Wilmington . Founded in 1974 ...
WIRE youth center re-opens its doors in Downtown Wilmington - WWAY NewsChannel 3 — WWAY NewsChannel 3 WIRE youth center re-opens its doors in Downtown Wilmington WWAY NewsChannel 3 (Photo: Basil John / WWAY). WILMINGTON , NC (WWAY) — It's a way to support the needs of at-risk students and their families in a safe environment. The Wilmington youth center for Inspiration, Recreation and Education, or WIRE, re-opened its doors. and more »