Friday 19 Dec 2014


All Ok At Sheriff’s Annex

Everything is OK at the Wayne County Sheriff’s Department Annex after a smoke scare this evening. Three Goldsboro Fire Stations; Stations 1,3, and 4 were called there around 6:45 p.m. […]

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ECU Board Of Trustees Meeting Now On Aycock Name Removal

The East Carolina Board of Trustees is meeting this evening to discuss whether or not to remove the name of Charles B. Aycock from one of it’s campus buildings. The […]

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ECU Board Of Trustees Meeting Now On Aycock Name Removal

The East Carolina Board of Trustees is meeting this evening to discuss whether or not to remove the name of Charles B. Aycock from one


Ronald E. “Ronnie” Dail

Decembre 16, 63, Wayne CountyRonald Edgar Dail, age 63, died Tuesday. Born in Wayne County, he was the son of the late Roy and Lillie

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New Info Reveals Horrifying Moments During Goldsboro Bank Robbery

New information surfacing today is describing horrifying moments for those inside the Wells Fargo Bank on Berkley Boulevard, when a thief with a shotgun robbed


Gas Leak…Downtown Goldsboro

Emergency crews were busy earlier today dealing with a reported gas leak in the heart of Goldsboro. Around 11:30 a.m., firefighters from Station 1 were

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Goldsboro Bank Robbed…Do You Know Who This Gunman Is?

PREVIOUS STORY Do you know who the gunman in this photo is? Goldsboro Police are looking for him. Investigators say he robbed the Wells Fargo Bank


UMO Men’s Basketball…Back To Winning Ways

MOUNT OLIVE, N.C. – Dominique Reed led the No. 13 ranked University of Mount Olive with 21 points and a double-double night as the Trojans


Man Injured In Meth Lab Explosion

Authorities say a 22-year-old man has been hospitalized after a meth lab explosion in Johnston County. The man was airlifted to the North Carolina Jaycee


NCDMV Announces Holiday Schedule

If you have some business to take care of at your local driver’s license office, or the license plate agency, and you need it done


Coastal Ferry Service Suspended

CURRITUCK, N.C. (AP) — The Ferry Division of the N.C. Department of Transportation is suspending service on its Currituck-Knotts Island ferry route this weekend so


NATIONAL…Doctor Dies From Ebola

FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — Another doctor in Sierra Leone has died from Ebola. A health official says Dr. Victor Willoughby tested positive on Saturday

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Obama…A Black Man With A Case Of Mistaken Identity?

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says he may be president now, but he's a black man who has been mistaken for the valet in


Court Date Set For Goldsboro CPA Accused Of Embezzlement

A court date is now set for a Goldsboro Certified Public Accountant accused in an embezzlement case in Wilson County. Wilson County District Court records


North Korea Connected To Sony Hacking..”The Interview” Cancelled

WASHINGTON (AP) — A U.S. official says federal investigators have now connected the Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. hacking to North Korea and may make a

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Holiday Break Ahead For WCPS Student

A big holiday break is just around the corner for Wayne County Public School students. Friday is the last day of school before the break


Goldsboro CPA Accused Of Embezzlement

PREVIOUS STORY A Goldsboro woman is accused of embezzling from the Wilson Country Club. 39-year-old Debra Hill has been charged with seven counts of embezzlement


Slaughter of Children by Guest Writer Jim Atkins

I have compared the Extremists to the Nazis in the past but it seems that they continue to outdo themselves. Last week ISIS was beheading

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Wayne Hospital Employee Wins “Fair Share Challenge” Top Prize

A Wayne Memorial Hospital employee is $5,000 richer today after winning the money at last night's United Way Of Wayne County campaign update event. Joseph

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Wayne Commissioner Encourages Area Companies To Reconsider Hiring Convicted Criminals Who Have Paid Their Dues

There are new estimates today that about 25% of Wayne County’s population includes people not able to get jobs because they have been convicted of


Fed Reports Economy Doing Better

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. economy is doing better, and the Federal Reserve may be ready to acknowledge that fact. Analysts are expecting the Fed


Wayne Commissioners Want Laws Governing Non-Profit Tax Exempt Status Tightened

Wayne County Commissioners feel laws governing the ability of non-profit agencies to acquire exemption from property taxes in counties need to be tightened and loopholes


Sherry Hooper Chadwick


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Michael Paul Sasser


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Percy O. Black, Sr.


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Shirley W. Sutton

December 17, 63, Goldsboro

Daisy Jones

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