Saturday 22 Sep 2018

U.S. 117 Lanes Reopen, Delays Still Expected

With falling levels on the Neuse River near Goldsboro, the North Carolina Department of Transportation has reopened all lanes of N.C. 117 south of Goldsboro. Heavy traffic delays are still expected in […]

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Neuse River Receding, Flood Warning Remains In Effect

The Flood Warning for Wayne County has been extended again. The National Weather Service says the Flood Warning will remain in effect until 8 PM Friday.  The Neuse River was […]

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Neuse River Receding, Flood Warning Remains In Effect

The Flood Warning for Wayne County has been extended again. The National Weather Service says the Flood Warning will remain in effect until 8 PM

Donation Centers To Start Distributions Today

Wayne County has announced that available donated items for Hurricane Florence victims will be distributed beginning Friday, September 21st, at 9 AM.  The items will

Pet Supplies To Be Handed Out Saturday

As area residents recovers from Hurricane Florence, impacted pets are not being forgotten. Odie’s Place Animal Rescue, a rescue group from southern Massachusetts, is driving to Wayne County

U.S. Cellular Aids Customers Impacted By Hurricane Florence

U.S. Cellular is committed to helping and serving our customers who are impacted by Hurricane Florence. U.S. Cellular continues to restore service throughout the impacted cities

Beware Of Fraud During Hurricane Recovery Process

The local area is being warned to watch out for fraud during the recovery from Hurricane Florence. Those rebuilding their homes or restoring damaged property

Food Pantry Continues Mission After Flooding From Florence

A little water isn’t going to get Mackenzie Hinson down. Hinson, the 14-year-old owner and operator of the Make A Difference Food Pantry, is still providing meals to

Wayne County Emergency Shelters Close

Department of Social Services Director and Shelter Coordinator Tammy Schrenker has announced that all emergency shelters are now closed in Wayne County. Shelter staff worked with

WCPS Cancels Classes Through Tuesday

As Wayne County continues to recover from the impacts of Florence, Wayne County Public Schools has the following updates for students, families and staff: Tentative Schedule

FEMA Teams Reaching Out In N.C.

Federal Emergency Management Agency Disaster Survivor Assistance teams are working in Hurricane Florence affected-areas in North Carolina to help survivors register for assistance, identify and

N.C. Officials Warn Against Travel Due To Impassable Roads

State Highway Patrol, emergency response and transportation officials are urging motorists not to travel in many areas in southeastern North Carolina because many roads remain

Emergency Blood Drive Scheduled In Goldsboro

The City of Goldsboro is hosting an emergency blood drive Friday, September 21st, from 10 AM until 2:30 PM at the City Hall Annex. The need

State Sees Surge in Malicious Email

Malicious emails sent to the state of North Carolina increased more than 60 percent during the days leading up to the landfall of Hurricane Florence,

Volunteers Collecting Items For Hurricane Victims (PHOTOS)

Wayne County is still seeking donations to assist those impacted by Hurricane Florence. Donations can be taken to the Train Depot on West Main Street in

Hwy. 70 Closing In Kinston

According to Lenoir County Emergency Services and the Lenoir County Sheriff's Office, Highway 70 will be closing near the Neuse Sport Shop. The imminent closure is

Trump Visits N.C. As State Recovers From Florence

WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) — The death toll from Hurricane Florence climbed to at least 37, including two women who drowned when a sheriff's van taking

NCDOT Assessing Florence Impacts To Roads

The N.C. Department of Transportation has started to assess some Hurricane Florence-affected roads, as well as railway, aviation, ferry and DMV assets, areas in the

Neuse River Levels Slowly Dropping Near Goldsboro

It appears the Neuse River has crested near Goldsboro. According to the 5:15 AM update from the National Weather Service, the Neuse River was at 26.7

Waters Rise In Seven Springs (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Even if the river has crested in Goldsboro, the water in Seven Springs was still rising through the streets of the small town Wednesday. Wednesday morning, members of the Seven

SEWSD Water Boil Advisory Lifted

The previous boil water advisory for the Southeastern Wayne Sanitary District area has been lifted. Wayne Water Districts lifted the pressure advisory Wednesday afternoon and water

WCC Cancels Classes Until Next Week

Classes are cancelled at Wayne Community College for the remainder of the week. WCC will remain closed to the public through Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018. All classes