Tuesday 20 Feb 2018

Bogus Threat Puts Schools On Edge

There’s no credibility to a potential threat made against a Wayne County school. On Friday, a concern was expressed to local law enforcement that there may be a possible threat […]

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“PACTS” Program Considered In Lenoir County Schools

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) — Lenoir County Schools are working with multiple agencies on a plan to help their students with disciplinary actions in schools instead of within court systems. […]

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“PACTS” Program Considered In Lenoir County Schools

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- Lenoir County Schools are working with multiple agencies on a plan to help their students with disciplinary actions in schools

N.C. Freedom Classic This Weekend

It’s time for the annual Navy versus Air Force Freedom Classic Baseball Series. The games will be held Friday, Feb. 23rd through Sunday, Feb. 25th

City Approves Union Station Roof Repairs

The old Union Station in Goldsboro will be getting a new roof. Downtown Development Director Julie Metz told the Goldsboro City Council on Monday that the

Robbery Reported, Victim Leaves Scene

A robbery is reported to the Goldsboro Police Department, but the victim disappears before officers can arrive on-scene. GPD officers responded to the area of Eason and

UPDATE: Fatal Crash Near Wayne-Duplin County Line (PHOTO GALLERY)

One person is dead and another is seriously injured in a single vehicle crash. The wreck occurred Monday morning near the Wayne and Duplin county

Person Injured In Kinston Drive-By Shooting

Kinston Police are investigating a Friday shooting.  Members of the Kinston Police Department responded to a person shot call on the 1700 block of Colgate

17 More Flu Deaths In N.C.

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- Flu deaths in North Carolina are now at 165. Updated data from the Dept. of Health and Human Services shows

Suspect Arrested For Shooting Gun Near Fairview Circle

Goldsboro Police arrest a suspect for several charges after he allegedly shot a firearm within the city. On Sunday, officers were called to the 900

Census Will Count Deployed Military Members

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- The upcoming US Census will more accurately reflect the make-up of North Carolina’s military communities thanks to a decision by

Albertson Fox Hunt & Field Trails (PHOTO GALLERY)

​The cool, damp air didn't stop the Annual Washington's Day Fox Hunt and Field Trails on Saturday morning in the Duplin County community of Albertson.

Men’s Lacrosse: Catawba College Vs. UMO (PHOTO GALLERY)

The 11th-ranked University of Mount Olive men's lacrosse team defeated the Indians of Catawba College 15-3 in non-conference competition Saturday afternoon at the Ray McDonald

Men’s Volleyball: Queens University Vs. UMO (PHOTO GALLERY)

The University of Mount Olive men's volleyball team rolled past the Royals of Queens University in three sets (25-17, 25-16, 25-23) on Saturday afternoon at

Arts Council Hosts Black History Month Events

On Monday, February 19th, the Arts Council of Wayne County will officially begin its Black History Month celebration with a reception at noon in the

February is Time for Pruning Blueberries

Blueberries can be a great plant to have in the home garden. Not only are blueberries great for their tasty fruit during the summer months,

Firefighters Prepare New Tower Truck (PHOTOS)

The Goldsboro Fire Department C-Shift Ladder Company was busy Friday morning testing the five-inch hose for the new 2018 Pierce Tower-1 Truck that will be

Obituaries

Billye Jo Wilson

February 17, 66, Fremont
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Wilmer Ray Brock

February 18, 87, Grantham
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Mary Elizabeth Williams Stafford

February 17, 80,
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Betty Rene Lancaster Lee

February 17, 76,
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Melba Pate Gurley

February 17, 81,
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