Sunday 19 May 2019

Event Aims To Strengthen Parental Bonds With Children

Improving your community can start with the simple act of hugging your child. Bill Sutton is the founder of Keys to Healing, a 501c3 non-profit organization that promotes 44 resolutions, […]

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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. Senior Airman Bernard Matthews with the 4th Fighter

Suspect Charge For Dealing Pot In La Grange

The Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office closes out a drug investigation with an arrest. The sheriff’s office reports Nino A. Ford was arrested on Monday, ending

Dealing With Poison Ivy

Now that warm weather is here, people are outside working in the garden and landscape, clearing brush, or just taking a hike outdoors. What do

Teacher Braves Pie Barrage To Encourage Student Reading (PHOTO GALLERY)

Thursday morning in Fremont, lots of happy little faces were having fun on the playground while waiting to get their chance to put a cream

Teens Arrested After Police Chase

Just after 12 PM Friday, a Goldsboro Police officer was conducting speed enforcement in the area of S. Harding Drive in Goldsboro when he clocked

Last Chance to Register For WCC Summer Courses

Opportunities to register for Wayne Community College’s summer college credit courses are dwindling. The next option will be open registration scheduled for 8 a.m.-7 p.m. on

UPDATE: Two Injured In Goldsboro Shooting

Two people are injured in a Goldsboro shooting.  Around 12:15 PM Friday, officers with the Goldsboro Police Department were dispatched to a shots fired call

Shooting Reported On N. Virginia Street

Goldsboro Police are on-scene at a reported shooting on N. Virginia Street. The Goldsboro Police Department responded to the call around 12:30 Friday afternoon on

Goldsboro Cook Named Steak Master Champion

Hundreds gathered Thursday to celebrate the championship round of LongHorn Steakhouse’s epic grilling competition, the Steak Master Series. After months of intense grill-offs, the seven

WCC Medical Assisting Class Pinned

Members of the 2019 Medical Assisting class at Wayne Community College were presented their pins in a formal ceremony at the college May 8. The annual

City Seeks Members For Public Art Steering Committee

The City of Goldsboro is seeking new members for the Public Art Steering Committee. As part of the Center Street Streetscape Project, the City was inspired

County Approves Genoa Sewer Study

Wayne County will spend over $100,000 to study its Genoa Wastewater Collection Sewer System. Last week Tuesday, the Wayne County Commissioners approved spending $110,000 with WithersRavenel

Council Debates Stage Use

Goldsboro sets some firmer rules for use of the city’s stage. There had been questions over how much it costs the city each time the stage

Suspect Allegedly Caught With Drugs, Counterfeit Cash

A Lenoir County traffic stop turns into a drug bust. On Monday, detectives with the Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office Community Crime Reduction Team pulled over

Robbery Reported Near Goldsboro Piggly Wiggly

Goldsboro Police are investigating a robbery that reportedly left the victim injured.  Around 1:30 PM Wednesday, officers with the Goldsboro Police Department took a report

Firefighters Battle Brush Blaze (PHOTOS)

Late Wednesday afternoon, firefighters from Indian Springs, Dudley and Mount Olive were dispatched to a brush fire that was threatening a structure. As firefighters arrived

WCC Pharmacy Tech Class Pinned

Wayne Community College recognized members of its Pharmacy Technology class of 2019 in a formal pinning ceremony May 8th. The annual service includes presentation of pharmacy

Peace For All Roadway Workers: Move Over

A nationwide campaign to raise awareness of the ‘Move Over Law’ is underway to coincide with national Peace Officers Memorial Day. Peace Officers Memorial Day pays

Mount Olive Wins First Place In Water Taste Test

A Wayne County community has some of the best tasting water in North Carolina. For the second time in four years, the Town of Mount Olive

“Hearts” Go Out To Detention Center Officers (PHOTOS)

A Wayne County woman continues her effort to spread the love to all those that serve and protect local residents. Wednesday, Carole Smith of Pikeville dropped

Obituaries

Peggy Majette Seegars

May 16, 94, Goldsboro
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Janice Regina Woodley

May 16, 68,
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Sara Elizabeth Daw

May 16, 75,
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Kenneth Allen “Shorty” Hales, Sr

May 14, 73,
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Carl Haywood Andrews Sr.

May 13, 90, Pikeville
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