Tuesday 23 Jan 2018

Downtown Project Could Impact The Freedom Tree

Citizens are standing up for a historic Goldsboro Tree. The Freedom Tree, a large willow oak, was planted at the intersection of Center Street and Spruce Street about 45-years ago […]

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Crash Near Mt. Olive Sends Driver To The Hospital

Tuesday morning, members of the Mount Olive Fire Department and Dudley Fire Department were dispatched to the scene of a single vehicle accident on the U.S. 117 Bypass between Mount Olive […]

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Crash Near Mt. Olive Sends Driver To The Hospital

Tuesday morning, members of the Mount Olive Fire Department and Dudley Fire Department were dispatched to the scene of a single vehicle accident on the U.S.

Work To Continue On At SJAFB

The U.S. Government is re-opening following the partial shutdown that lasted nearly three days. That means it's back to work at the local Air Force base. According

Local Theft Suspect Arrested in Myrtle Beach

A suspect in a Wayne County theft is arrested in South Carolina. On January 9th, nearly $1,400 worth of items were reported stolen from a Wayne

Senators Strike Deal Re-Opening Government

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of federal workers are expected to return to work now that Congress has agreed on temporary funding for the

3 Arrested, 2 Injured In Separate Friday Shootings In Goldsboro

Two separate Friday shootings are reported to the Goldsboro Police Department. GPD officers responded to the first ShotSpotter alert just after 10:15 AM Friday in the area

January Rotary/Exchange Student Of The Month

The Scholarship & Awards Committee of North Duplin Jr/Sr High School is pleased to announce Taylor Thompson as the January Student of the Month for

Family Escapes Fire Off Old Mt. Olive Hwy. (PHOTOS)

Sunday night around 7:30 p.m., Mar -Mac, Arrington, and Dudley firefighters were dispatched to a structure fire on the 100 block of Southern Plaza off

Simple Tips To Avoid The Flu

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) --There are still quite a few weeks left in this year's flu season. Dr. Brian Forrest, an Apex Board Certified Physician

Government Shutdown Begins Impacting SJAFB

The government shutdown will start impacting operations at the local Air Force Base. In a Saturday Facebook post, the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro

Kinston Approves New Rules For Outdoor Dog Shelters

The City of Kinston adopts a new ordinance to better protect pets. Last week, the Kinston City Council unanimously approved the ordinance that Police Chief Alonzo

State Commends Safe Kids Wayne County Efforts

Safe Kids Wayne County is recognized for its efforts last year. State Fire Marshal and Commissioner of Insurance Mike Causey recently sent a letter to

U.S. 117 & Country Club Road Work Set To Begin Monday

The North Carolina Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin work on the U.S. 117 and Country Club Road intersection just north of Mount Olive

Government Shutdown Begins

WASHINGTON (AP) — The government shutdown has begun. So has the finger-pointing. President Donald Trump says Democrats wanted to give him "a nice present" to mark

Temporary Visitor Restrictions At Wayne UNC Health Care

Following a sharp rise in the number of flu cases, Wayne UNC Health Care has instituted temporary limits on visitors. In December, Wayne UNC Health Care

UPDATE: 2 Victims Were Attempting To Escape Blaze (PHOTOS)

Two people are found dead during a mobile home fire in Wayne County. Around 9 AM on Friday, the Rosewood, Belfast, Little River and Oakland Volunteer