Thursday 21 Nov 2019

Wayne Country Day Headmaster Resigns Amidst Investigation

Wayne Country Day School Headmaster Todd Anderson announced his resignation on Tuesday. Anita Shreenath, the Chair of the Wayne Country Day School Board of Trustees, released a statement on Anderson’s […]

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Seven Springs To Hold Annual Christmas Parade

The Town of Seven Springs will show off its holiday spirit and its resiliency this weekend. Seven Springs holds its annual Christmas Parade Saturday afternoon. Town Commissioner

Driver Charged For Possessing Meth During ACE Team Stop

On Tuesday, members of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team were patrolling near Highway 111 South when a vehicle was pulled over

Injuries Reported In Barn Collapse At Princeton School

A teacher and student are injured as an old structure collapses at Princeton Middle/High School. Johnston County Public Schools has confirmed an agricultural barn at

UPDATE: Neuse Offender Dies In Apparent Suicide

An offender died Wednesday morning at Neuse Correctional Institution in Goldsboro in what authorities say was an apparent suicide. According to the N.C. Department of

Former Councilman Presented Long Leaf Pine Award

A longtime member of the Goldsboro City Council is presented with the highest award for state service from the Office of the Governor. During a

United Way Continues Collecting For Y’s Men Outreach Event

Mae Hodge and Mary Wade donated handmade hats and scarves to be distributed to children and teens participating the Y’s Men Outreach held by the

WCC, FSU Sign $10K Degree Agreement

Wayne Community College and Fayetteville State University have signed an agreement that permits WCC graduates to earn a degree at FSU for no more than

Commissioner Bell Won’t Seek Reelection

There will be another open seat as voters choose their representatives on the Wayne County Board next year. At Tuesday’s meeting, District 3 Commissioner John M.

Suspect Arrested For Stealing Vehicle, Possession Of Cocaine

Goldsboro Police track down a vehicle stolen from a pizza delivery driver. Around 2:40 PM Monday, the victim left his vehicle running and unlocked as

Mount Olive Prepares For The Holidays (PHOTO GALLERY)

Monday morning, Mount Olive Public Works employees started putting up the town’s Christmas decorations along Center Street. The crews were unable to finish the work

Holiday Season Begins At the Paramount Theatre

The Christmas season at the Paramount Theatre kicks off in November with several holiday traditions, including Christmas with the Embers at 3 p.m. Nov. 24

ABC Permit Sought For Former Elk’s Lodge Building

There’s a proposal to bring life back to the former Elk’s Lodge in Downtown Goldsboro. An applicant has requested a Conditional Use Permit to turn the

ReBuild NC Plans Local Hearing On Disaster Mitigation Funds

ReBuild NC will hold two public hearings to obtain feedback on a draft Action Plan for spending $168 million in Community Development Block Grant-Mitigation (CDBG-MIT)

SJAFB Airman Charged With Murder In Raleigh

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- A Seymour Johnson Air Force Base airman has been arrested and charged with murder after a shooting around 2:30 a.m.

Local Motorcyclists Embark On Annual Toy Ride (PHOTO GALLERY)

The Wayne County Motorcycle Riders held their annual toy ride Sunday afternoon. Riders started showing up around noon to take part in the annual ride,

Resident Injured As Gunfire Tears Through Goldsboro Home

One person is injured in a Goldsboro shooting. According to the Goldsboro Police Department report, officers responded to a home on the 300 block of

Cars And Cops Meet At The Berkeley Mall (PHOTO GALLERY)

The Goldsboro Police Department held another "Cars and Cops" event Sunday afternoon in the parking lot next to the old Sears building at Berkeley Mall.

Mount Olive Prepares For Sidewalk Construction

Mount Olive Commissioner Vicky Darden and Mayor Pro Tem Harlie Carmichael check out the first survey stake for the South Church Street sidewalk project. The survey

UMO Women’s Soccer Wins Conference Carolinas Championship

The top-seeded University of Mount Olive women's soccer won the 2019 Conference Carolinas Championship 2-1 over the No. 2 seeded Crusaders of Belmont Abbey College

Rev. Barber Among Those Given N.C. Award

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Gov. Roy Cooper has presented the North Carolina Award, the state’s highest honor, to six people for their accomplishments in fine


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