Sunday 18 Nov 2018

Charter School Principal Wanted For Statutory Rape

Around 3:30 PM Thursday, officers with the Goldsboro Police Department responded to a sexual assault call in the 300 block of Seymour Drive in Goldsboro. Upon arrival, officers learned of a sexual relationship between […]

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Saluting Seymour

Every week, Saluting Seymour and SoundScope highlight an airman serving at the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro. Staff Sgt. Josiah Dorton Dorton is originally from West Virginia, and he’s […]

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Saluting Seymour

Every week, Saluting Seymour and SoundScope highlight an airman serving at the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro. Staff Sgt. Josiah Dorton Dorton is originally from West

Suspect Implicated In Several Break-Ins

A suspect is charged for several Wayne County B&E’s. On November 11, Wayne County Communications received a 911 call regarding a breaking and entering that

WCC Has State Award Finalist

A clinical counselor at Wayne Community College (WCC) is a finalist for a State Board of Community Colleges Award. Melanie K. Jenkins has been announced as

Partnership For Children Names New Executive Director

The Board of Directors of the Partnership for Children has named a new Executive Director to replace Charles Ivey who will be leaving the Partnership

15 Vote Difference In School Board Race

With the results officially certified, just 15 votes separate the two candidates in the lone contested race on the Wayne County Board of Education. On Friday,

Suspect Charged Following Struggle With Deputies

Bond is set at $135,000 for a suspect accused of resisting an officer during a Goldsboro traffic stop. According to the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office,

Habitat Honors Volunteers During Luncheon

Habitat for Humanity of Goldsboro-Wayne held its Appreciation Luncheon on Thursday. Katie Williams of Daniels & Daniels Construction was named the 201-2018 Habitat Volunteer of the Year. According

Hurricane Florence In N.C.: Two Months By The Numbers

Two months after the federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Florence, more than $869 million in state and federal funds has been provided directly to North

Seven Springs To Usher In Christmas Season

The Town of Seven Springs will hold its Christmas Parade this Saturday, Nov. 17, starting at 3 PM. The parade lineup begins at 2

Ag Commissioner Asks For Full Florence Payments

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler says his agency needs the full $250 million he requested for cash payments to farmers

Congressman To Help Celebrate Fraternity’s Birthday

A congressional leader is coming to Wayne County this weekend. Representative James E. Clyburn of South Carolina, the assistant Democratic leader in the U.S. House, will

Neuse River Expected To Crest By Monday

The Neuse River is approaching flood stage. According to the National Weather Service, the Neuse River near Goldsboro reached 15.5 feet Friday morning. Minor flood stage begins at

Trojan Trot At UMO On Saturday

Students at the University of Mount Olive are helping out a fellow classmate during an annual event. The 6th annual Trojan Trot 5K Run and Walk

Suspect Leads Police On Chase In Stolen Vehicle

A suspect is facing charges from two counties after leading police on a chase that stretched from Goldsboro to Wilson. Around 9 PM Wednesday, the

North Duplin Softball Signings (PHOTOS)

This week, two North Duplin High School softball players signed letters to play softball at two different universities right here in Eastern North Carolina. Natalie Ramirez signed a

WCPS Holds Public Hearing Tonight

The Wayne County Board of Education is holding a public hearing tonight, Thursday, November 15th, on WCPS Board Policy 9125, the adoption of an aspirational

Local Disaster Recovery Center Closes, Help Still Available

FEMA’s Disaster Recovery Center in Wayne County is officially closed. Wednesday was the last day the center at the T.C. Coley Building in Goldsboro was open

Superintendent Pushes For Carver Heights Support

The Superintendent of Wayne County Public Schools is trying to drum up support for a Goldsboro school the state says is failing. Due to its low

Ribbon-Cutting At New Fremont Town Hall (PHOTOS)

A northern Wayne County community is celebrating the opening of its new administrative building. Fremont held the grand opening for its new Town Hall on Wednesday. Town

Authorities Look For Chase, Theft Suspect

The Duplin County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a suspect that’s believed to have been involved in a police chase that continued into Wayne County. On

Obituaries

Betty Jane Harvey

November 15, 90,
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Guy V. McKee, Jr

November 14, 84,
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Ella Louise Isler Horne

November 14, 86, Goldsboro
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Remington Denzel David Davis

November 13, 0, Fremont
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Clinton Arthur Lee

November 13, 71,
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