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Goldsboro,

city (1990 pop. 40,709), seat of Wayne co., E central N.C.; inc. 1847. Goldsboro is a marketplace for bright-leaf tobacco and a shipping center for timber. Cotton, peanuts, grain, and livestock are also produced. Textiles and apparel, transportation equipment, and machinery are manufactured. A branch of East Carolina Univ. is there, and Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base is nearby.
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Mr Goldsboro moved to the UK from his home in Ballingarry, Co Tipperary, in the 1950s.
The September 1999 hurricane left many homeless; flooding, demolition, and construction activities could well have affected children's blood lead levels to a greater extent in Goldsboro compared with the rest of Wayne County.
The scientists compared data from before and after Goldsboro switched from chlorine to chloramine disinfection.
th] Fighter Wing Commander, extending a public invitation to the Wings Over Wayne Air Show in Goldsboro, May 16 and 17.
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The North Carolina State Board of Community Colleges has unanimously approved Kay Hall Albertson as the next president of Wayne Community College of Goldsboro.
Another 28% of parcels get drinking water through the Goldsboro Water System, which has used chloramines for disinfection since March 2000.
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