Monday 22 Apr 2019

One Dead In New Hope Road Crash (PHOTOS)

One person is reportedly killed in a head-on crash in Wayne County. New Hope firefighters and Wayne County EMS Station 9 responded to the accident on E. New Hope Road Sunday […]

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Residents Urged To Clean Up Goldsboro

The community is encouraged to help Goldsboro look its best. Appearing on Jeff Farrow’s Morning Show on Goldsboro’s Greatest Hits 1150 and 98.3, Mayor Chuck Allen urged residents to do […]

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Residents Urged To Clean Up Goldsboro

The community is encouraged to help Goldsboro look its best. Appearing on Jeff Farrow’s Morning Show on Goldsboro’s Greatest Hits 1150 and 98.3, Mayor Chuck Allen

REMINDER: NCDOT To Hold Meeting On E. Ash Street Work

The N.C. Department of Transportation wants the public’s feedback on a proposal to widen a section of East Ash Street to four lanes on Goldsboro’s

Board Of Equalization & Review To Meet In May

The 2019 Wayne County Board of Equalization and Review will convene for its first meeting at 9:00 A.M. on May 6, 2019. This meeting will

Men’s Lacrosse: Limestone College Vs. UMO (PHOTO GALLERY)

The 12th-ranked University of Mount Olive men's lacrosse team dropped a heart-breaker to the No. 1 Saints of Limestone College 12-11 in Conference Carolinas action

Women’s Lacrosse: Converse College Vs. UMO (PHOTO GALLERY)

The No. 24 Mount Olive Trojans defeated the Valkyries of Converse College 18-4 in Conference Carolinas women's lacrosse action on Senior Day Saturday at the

Easter Egg-stravaganza In Herman Park (PHOTO GALLERY)

The weather was just a little on the cool side as people started to show up early Saturday morning in Herman Park for the annual

UMO Jazz Band To Perform Thursday

The University of Mount Olive Jazz Band will perform on Thursday, April 25 at 7 PM in the Hazel Waters Kornegay Assembly Hall. The ever-growing UMO

Goldsboro, Pikeville Residents Recognized During ECU Awards Banquet

The East Carolina University Division of Student Affairs hosted the fifth annual 40 Under 40 Leadership Awards banquet March 23 in ECU’s new Main Campus

WCC Recognized for Excellence by AACC

Wayne Community College has been honored as a finalist for two national awards that recognize exceptional work among community colleges. WCC was recognized as a finalist

GUEST EDITORIAL: Rep. Smith Pushes For Medicaid Expansion

– Editorial opinion submitted by Rep. Raymond E. Smith –  The quickest and simplest way to close the health care coverage gap for 500,000 North Carolinians

When Is The Last Spring Frost?

We all know the weather can be very hard to predict, especially in North Carolina. We have had a roller coaster recently of warm afternoon

Fatal Crash On Bennett Bridge Road (PHOTOS)

Friday evening, Pricetown Firefighters and Wayne County EMS Stations 1 and 9 responded to a two vehicle accident on Bennett Bridge Road between Zion Church

Shooting In Walmart Parking Lot (PHOTOS)

Mount Olive Police are investigating after shots are fired in the Walmart parking lot.  The incident occurred late Friday afternoon.  Mount Olive Police received the

SWHS Students Donate to WCC Pantry

When it was time for a Southern Wayne High School student organization to do a spring community service project, it chose to help other students. The

WCPS Students To Attend Governor’s School

Two Wayne County Public Schools high school juniors have been invited to attend the 2019 Governor’s School of North Carolina session this summer. Spring Creek

Athlete of the Week: Ericka Parra

ERICKA PARRA Spring Creek High School By ANDREW STEVENS Spring Creek's girls' soccer program doesn't have the luxury of relying on an abundance of experienced seniors to lead

County Approves Ten-Year Airport Hangar Lease

A proposal to lease an airport hangar to Wayne UNC Health Care draws no public input. The public hearing on the matter was held during Tuesday’s

Norwayne Middle Takes Second At Regional “Battle Of The Books”

Norwayne Middle students recently took second place at the Region 2 Middle School Battle of the Books competition. The team qualified for the Region 2

Firefighters Extinguish Vehicle Fire (PHOTOS)

Thursday afternoon, firefighters from Dudley were dispatched to a working vehicle fire on Forest View Drive off Alert Cable Road in Dudley. As firefighters arrived

Council Considers Allowing Golf Carts On City Streets

Could golf carts join other motor vehicles on the streets of Goldsboro? District 6 City Council member Gene Aycock says he was approached by a citizen