Sunday 22 Jul 2018

Saluting Seymour

Every week, Saluting Seymour and SoundScope highlight an airman serving at the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro. Airman 1st Class Melissa Mulvany from the 4th Fighter Wing Mulvany comes […]

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Sprinkler Day At Westbrook Park (PHOTO GALLERY)

This past Thursday afternoon, kids visited Westbrook Park in Mount Olive to enjoy some time getting wet in the sprinklers sponsored by the Mount Olive Parks and Recreation Department. The […]

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Sprinkler Day At Westbrook Park (PHOTO GALLERY)

This past Thursday afternoon, kids visited Westbrook Park in Mount Olive to enjoy some time getting wet in the sprinklers sponsored by the Mount Olive

U.S. 117 Project Will Require Overnight Closures

Traffic overnight will need to detour off U.S. 117 in Wayne County this week to allow crews to safely install concrete girders for an overpass

Smart Watering In The Garden

In the hot summer month of July, we are often focused on watering to keep our plants in the landscape and garden alive. With water

KPD: Tax Scam Returns

It’s not even tax time, but the Kinston Police Department warns the IRS scam is back. In a Facebook post, the Kinston P.D. says the

Gov. Cooper Warns Tariffs Will Harm State Agriculture

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- In a letter to President Trump, Gov. Roy Cooper described the damage being done to North Carolina’s farmers and manufacturers

GPD Investigates Early Morning Robbery

A woman tells Goldsboro Police she had her cellphone and medicine stolen by two unknown males. The common law robbery was reported to the Goldsboro

Agencies Learn How To Respond To A School Shooting (PHOTO GALLERY)

It's a parent's worst nightmare, and it's happening with more frequency across the country. To take a proactive approach to the possibility of a school shooting,

Hinson Selected For FEMA’s Youth Council

The 13-year-old founder of a local food pantry is now the youngest appointee to the FEMA Youth Preparedness Council. The Federal Emergency Management Agency welcomes Mackenzie

Suspect Allegedly Found With Stolen Gun Following Shooting

First he was shot. Then he was arrested for being in possession of a stolen firearm. On June 3rd, Wayne County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to

City Approves Funding For Central Heights Right-Of-Way Work

Goldsboro approves its share of funding for a planned roadway project. The city will pay a total of $500,000 over three years for its share of

Suspects Accused In Vehicle & Trailer Theft

Two people are arrested for allegedly stealing a vehicle and trailer from Dudley.  On July 10th, a resident in the Dudley Community filed a larceny

Wayne Co. Officials Plan For Active Shooter Situation

More than 325 school administrators, communicators, student support staff, school resource officers, public safety officials, and first responders have come together for a Crisis Preparedness, Response, and

Wayne County Hires New Economic Director

County Manager Craig Honeycutt and the Wayne County Board of Commissioners have announced Mark Pope has been hired as Wayne County’s Economic Director. Pope, currently the

New Fire Chief Introduced To City

Goldsboro welcomes its new fire chief. City Manager Scott Stevens took a moment to introduce Fire Chief Joseph Dixon to the Goldsboro City Council on Monday. Dixon

Council Consensus Spares The Freedom Tree

It looks like Goldsboro city officials want to be sure a historic tree is not threatened by any future downtown development. There had been concerns the