Thursday 17 Jan 2019

Public Inspects Wayne Memorial Dr. Plans (PHOTOS)

The public gets a look at the planned improvements for a stretch of Wayne Memorial Drive. The North Carolina Department of Transportation held a public input session at the Maxwell […]

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Suspect Robs Goldsboro Bank

Police are investigating a Goldsboro bank robbery. The armed robbery was reported at the First Citizens Bank on the 200 block of E. Ash Street just after 1 PM Tuesday.  […]

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Suspect Robs Goldsboro Bank

Police are investigating a Goldsboro bank robbery. The armed robbery was reported at the First Citizens Bank on the 200 block of E. Ash Street

Holiday ‘Booze It & Lose It’ Arrests Decline

The Holiday ‘Booze It & Lose It’ impaired driving prevention and enforcement campaign, which ran December 14 to January 2, showed a drop in total

Carver Heights Celebrates With Lawmakers (PHOTO GALLERY)

Local state legislators receive a warm welcome at Carver Heights Elementary School following their efforts to keep the Goldsboro school under local control. 10th District Representative

Sexual Online Chats Lead To Charges Against Teen

A South Carolina teen is accused of having sexually explicit computer chats with a Wayne County juvenile. On November 28th, a resident reported to the Wayne

WCC Spring 2019 Semester Underway

Wayne Community College’s Spring 2019 semester enrollment is on par with last year’s numbers. A preliminary headcount of 3,083 students is slightly lower than the 3,114

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Tony Best works for the North Carolina Department of Transportation's Traffic Signals Division. He was out working on local signals on

Victim Dies After Kinston Shooting

The Kinston Police Department is investigating a fatal shooting. Just before 9:30 PM Monday, officers with the KPD responded to the call of a gunshot

Phone Scammer Posing As Sheriff’s Captain

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is warning of the latest scam targeting local residents. An individual has reportedly been calling Wayne County residents identifying himself as

Act Fast To Attend Annual MLK Day Luncheon

Tickets are going fast for the City of Goldsboro’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Luncheon. This is the 31st year of the city’s luncheon

Sen. Pate Announces Retirement

A local member of the North Carolina Senate announces his retirement. On Monday, Louis Pate announced he would step down as the District 7 Senator in

Suspect In Custody For Theft Of Puppies & Christmas Gifts

A suspect is arrested for a pre-Christmas puppy theft. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports 19-year-old Malyk R. Williams of Goldsboro was arrested during a traffic

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Dudley firefighter Kelly Parks operates the nozzle to spray water on a burning pile of trash Saturday afternoon. The illegal burn was reported by a Wayne

UPDATE: Two Hospitalized Following Hwy. 70 Crash

Two drivers were injured in a head-on collision on U.S. Highway 70 West near Goldsboro Monday morning.  According to the North Carolina Highway Patrol, a

Highway Patrol Identifies Fatal Crash Victims

The North Carolina Highway Patrol has identified the victims in this weekend’s fatal vehicle crash in Wayne County. According to the Highway Patrol, 26-year-old Dallas

Traffic Crawls Along U.S. 70 West

Traffic was snarled along a stretch of highway just outside of Goldsboro Monday morning.  The backup was along U.S. 70 West just east of the Rosewood community. 

City Adopts New Animal Control Fees

Animal ordinance violations will not exceed $500 in the City of Goldsboro. Last week, the Goldsboro City Council adopted the new animal control fee schedule. In a

WCPS Announces Plans For Filling Vacant Board Seat

On Friday, the Wayne County Board of Education met in open session during a Special Called Meeting and adopted the following criteria, method and schedule

January Career Readiness Testing

Testing for the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) will be held three more times at Wayne Community College in January of 2019. The Wayne Occupational Readiness Keys for

Scare Tactics Used To Sell Labor Law Posters

Every year the N.C. Department of Labor receives complaints of poster companies that use scare tactics to sell labor law posters. NCDOL says threats of

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The temperature was around freezing Friday morning as people started venturing out for the