Sunday 17 Feb 2019

Police Investigate Suspicious Package At Walmart

Around noon on Friday, officers from the Goldsboro Police Department responded to the Rosewood Walmart following a report that a man of Middle Eastern descent took a box from his […]

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New Driver License Examiners Assigned To DMV Offices

As part of the effort to improve customer service at driver license offices statewide, the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles will add 15 new driver license examiner graduates to 14 […]

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New Driver License Examiners Assigned To DMV Offices

As part of the effort to improve customer service at driver license offices statewide, the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles will add 15 new driver

Library Closed Monday For Staff Training

All branches of the Wayne County Public Library will be closed all day this Monday, Feb, 18, for a staff training day. The library will reopen

Baseball: Queens University Vs. UMO (PHOTO GALLERY)

In the series opener the No. 23 University of Mount Olive Trojans baseball team split with the Queens University Royals taking game one 13-4 and

WCC Starting Spanish Medical Interpreter Program

Wayne Community College will start a Spanish Medical Interpreters program in May. The 12-week program will train students fluent in English and Spanish to become Spanish

“An Evening With UMO” Supports Scholarships

The University of Mount Olive Alumni Association recently held its annual scholarship fundraising event called “An Evening with UMO.” Alumni Relations Director Hope McPherson Fields, said,

“Sound The Alarm” To Provide Free Smoke Detectors In Kinston

The Kinston Department of Fire and Rescue is teaming up with the American Red Cross to provide free smoke alarms to residents. This Saturday, Feb. 16,

Athlete of the Week – Summer Fulghum

SUMMER FULGHUM Rosewood High School By ANDREW STEVENS As a senior at Rosewood High School currently juggling a full course load at Wayne Community College, a full time

WCC Introduces New Scholarship

Wayne Community College is introducing a new renewable scholarship. The Foundation of Wayne Community College has established a “Bison Benefit Scholarship” for Wayne County high school

NCDOT Plans Open House For Berkeley Blvd. Project

To improve safety and traffic flow, the N.C. Department of Transportation wants to widen a section of North Berkeley Boulevard (U.S. 13) in Wayne County. The

Kitty Askins To Hold Annual Mardi Gras Fundraiser

The 12th annual Mardi Gras Extravaganza benefitting Kitty Askins Hospice Center and 3HC is being held this Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Maxwell Center. Kriquette Davis

Suspect Allegedly Sold Stolen Goods At Local Pawn Shop

Goldsboro and Lenoir County law enforcement team up to take down a suspect connected to a local theft. On January 30th, the Goldsboro Police Department was

Medical Helicopter Visits Rosewood H.S. (PHOTO GALLERY)

Wayne County students learn about how they can soar with a career in public safety. Vidant Medical Center’s EastCare Air Medical Transport helicopter touched down at

“Hearts At Home” Winner Celebrates Valentine’s Day

Congratulations to Curtis Alston of Goldsboro! Alston was the grand prize winner in the “Hearts at HOME” Valentine’s Day contest presented by Wayne County. He was registered

Lawmakers Propose Nonpartisan Redistricting Commission

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- A bipartisan group of North Carolina legislators wants to reduce the political pressure on the drawing of maps for congressional

Women’s Lacrosse: Chowan University Vs. UMO (PHOTO GALLERY)

The University of Mount Olive women's lacrosse team dominated the match against the Hawks of Chowan University on Wednesday afternoon in Conference Carolinas women's lacrosse

Sheriff’s Office Vows To End Roadway Littering

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office wants to stop the trash. The sheriff’s office has received numerous complaints of trash alongside roadways in Wayne County.  There has

Go Red For Women During February

For more than a decade, millions of women have united to raise their voices about heart disease as part of the American Heart Association’s Go

Mayor’s Reading Initiative Provides Funds To Carver Heights

Carver Heights Elementary School receives $5,000 to get students involved in reading. The funds come from the Goldsboro Mayor’s Reading Initiative Program and were presented to

Disaster Case Management Available For Florence Survivors

North Carolina residents whose lives were upended by Hurricane Florence may be eligible to get a case manager to help them with their recovery. FEMA approved

Suspect Faces Charges Of Incest, Statutory Rape

According to the Goldsboro Police Department, 41-year-old Lanettiyen N. Darden of Goldsboro was arrested Wednesday and charged with one count of Incest, one count of


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