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The North Carolina \"Adopt-A-Highway\" campaign, in which businesses volunteer to pick up trash along a two-mile stretch of highway a minimum of four times a year, is proving a success.
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627
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Triangle South is an organization designed to promote economic development in the areas of Lee, Harnett, Southern Wake, Johnston, and Chatham Counties.
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12982
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John W. Robinson, who retired July 1, 1989, as president and chief executive officer of Greensboro-based Carolina Steel Corporation, is featured in We the People of North Carolina's Businessman in the News section.
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12983
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When Raymond Lutgert came to the North Carolina mountains on a visit twenty years ago, he had no idea at the time that he would return to build the state's highest resort communities and one of its most elegant - Linville Ridge.
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12984
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Dr. Bruce E. Whitaker retires in July 1989 as president of Chowan College after thirty-two years of service. Located in Hertford County, the school opened in 1848 as a Baptist school for young women. The school suffered through years of difficulty before finally shutting down in 1949 after World War II. Dr. Whitaker was hired in 1957, and under his leadership the school revived. During his tenure the enrollment tripled, and the operating budget rose from $300,000 to $8.5 million. As he retires, Chowan College is recognized as one of the five or six best two-year institutions of higher learning in the nation.
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12985
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Adopt-A-Highway is the North Carolina Department of Transportation's program to improve highway cleanliness. Under the plan businesses volunteer to adopt a two-mile stretch of highway and keep it litter free. In just over a year, one thousand businesses have signed up. The state puts up an Adopt A Highway sign with the name of the business keeping that particular stretch clean underneath it. First Citizens Banks leads the program with over 300 miles adopted.
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