Wed Apr 21, 2021

City schools board says goodbye to Will Callahan

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Superintendent Marc Whichard presents Will Callihan with a proclamation in recognition of his service to the school board. Staff photo by Ivey Schofield

The Whiteville City Schools Board of Education on Wednesday recognized board attorney Will Callahan with a proclamation and plaque for his nearly 15 years of service. He is leaving the part-time position after being appointed District Court judge. 

Callihan, with his family present, got emotional. “I can’t thank the board

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