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17052
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Following a century of startling growth and nationally recognized accomplishment, East Carolina University is implementing a strategic plan as it looks ahead to its Centennial in 2007. This ambitious initiative for the new century emphasizes the role of ECU as the educational, medical, cultural, and economic engine for the eastern region of North Carolina.
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Metro Magazine (NoCar F 264 R1 M48), Vol. 4 Issue 10, Nov 2003, p38-40, 50, f Periodical Website
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A Durham-based advertising agency, Republik, is changing how the advertising game is played, providing more quality and unique advertising for such groups as Great Outdoor Provision Company, Bald Head Island, and Absolut Vodka.
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From the economy to the environment, education to infrastructure, North Carolina as a state is staggering. That is the verdict reached after a year-long effort by the Progress Board. Founded by the General Assembly in 1995, the Progress Board calls for long-range goals for the State.
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There are few more technologically advanced sports franchises than the Carolina Hurricanes. From an impressive website to high-tech wireless hockey, the Carolina Hurricanes lead the pack in technological innovation, if not in scores.
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If one reads between the lines of a series of grants recently awarded by e-NC, it is clear an integrated network is being assembled to provide high-speed internet access across Eastern North Carolina. e-NC, which is in effect the Rural Internet Access Authority, passed out nearly $6 million to a variety of groups statewide that want to speed up internet connectivity. But the lion's share is directed down east.
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The Research Triangle park and Eastern North Carolina (Greenville and Jacksonville) climbed in the FORBES MAGAZINE \"Best Places\" index, providing proof that high-tech is spreading across eastern North Carolina.
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The cold war is over, but the search for better military technology continues, and North Carolina remains at the forefront in leading the best and latest in cutting-edge military equipment.
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Wake Tech and the Wake Tech Community College Foundation are reaching out to teens leaving high school and foster care. The \"Fostering Bright Futures Fellowship\" program offers financial, academic and social support to students who are transitioning out of the Wake County Foster Care system.
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The author offered a favorable review of Digital Audio Radio Service, or Satellite Radio. Among advantages over AM/FM highlighted were the number of channels, widespread access, live broadcasts, a digital display for the song and artist, and CD-level listening quality, all at a comparatively low price.
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24280
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Steve Clark is CEO of SpectraSite Holdings Inc., a company in Cary that buys, owns, and operates cellular telephone towers. Clark discusses his experiences in the business.
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16710
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In this special article, authors discuss the history and relationship of the Red Cross in the United States, and North Carolina specifically.
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