Monday 18 Nov 2019

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 arts, literature, science and public […]

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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

Brown Presents On Wayne’s Workforce Development

A Wayne Business and Industry Center director presented at a state conference recently. Nicole Brown, the director of training and development and soft skills for the

County Approves GP’s Rezoning Request

Nearly 30 acres of Wayne County land are rezoned from residential/agricultural to industrial. Georgia Pacific had originally asked to rezone the 29 acres near the intersection

Suspect Allegedly Sold Stolen Items At Pawn Shop

A suspect is accused of selling stolen property in Goldsboro. On October 14th, the Kinston Police Department contacted the Goldsboro Police Department regarding a breaking

Miss Wayne School Of Engineering Pageant (PHOTO GALLERY)

The Miss Wayne School of Engineering Scholarship Pageant was held Saturday night at Goldsboro High School. Four young ladies were competing for the title.  Attendees

Saluting Seymour

Every week, Saluting Seymour and SoundScope highlight an airman serving at the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro. Senior Master Sgt. Karl Rehkamp with the 916th

November Absconders Of The Month

Wayne County’s Absconders of the Month from the N.C. Department of Public Safety – Division of Community Corrections. (Click the images to zoom in on suspects

WCPS Students To Sing In 2019 Choral Showcase

Wayne County Public Schools students will soon spread holiday cheer through festive songs and melodies at the annual district-wide Choral Showcase, with performances spanning over

Victim Recovering Following Pikeville Shooting

Around 2:30 PM Friday, emergency personnel responded to Forehand Road in reference to a reported shooting.  A shooting victim was found at a home on

UMO Celebrates Founding

The University of Mount Olive celebrated 68 years of providing Christian higher education at the University’s annual Founders Day Worship Service on Wednesday. Special music

Collards Are In Season At The Farmers Market

For many people in our area, the first fall frost of the season usually means that it is time to include collards with our fall

WCC Teaching Cloud Computing Through AWS Academy

Students can gain cloud computing skills at Wayne Community College through its new membership in the Amazon Web Services Academy. Academy membership enables the college’s Information

Wayne County DWI Task Force Enters Fifth Year

On October 1, 2015 the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office began operating a grant-funded DWI Task Force. The purpose of the DWI Task Force was the

High School Football Playoff Scores

Scores from Thursday night’s local high school football playoff games: C.B. Aycock-6 Jacksonville Northside-50 East Carteret-7 Princeton-62 Goldsboro-14 Northeastern-34 Kinston-13 West Craven-31 North Duplin-22 Gates

Coastal Storm Brings Persistent Rain To Eastern N.C.

Get ready for a wet weekend. The National Weather Service says a coastal storm will spread rainfall across Eastern and Central North Carolina through Sunday

Gas Prices Expected To Drop By Thanksgiving

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- Gas prices are on a slow, slight rise in the Carolinas, but AAA Carolinas Spokesperson Tiffany Wright says pump prices

WCC Students Headed for Aviation Mechanic Certification

A dozen Wayne Community College students are ready to tackle the Federal Aviation Administration Airframe Mechanic exam. The Aviation Systems Technology students completed all requirements and

Energy Coalition Pushes For Customer Choice, Switch To Renewables

A statewide effort is looking toward a busy 2020 with plans to take further steps to address climate change and end Duke Energy’s monopoly in


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