Friday 26 Apr 2019

Hundreds Watch Thunderbirds Buzz Downtown

The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds roared into Goldsboro Thursday afternoon in advance of this weekend’s Wings Over Wayne air show at the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. (Click images for […]

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White-Wallace Elected To District Office

Theresa White-Wallace of Goldsboro has been elected district president of a professional organization. White-Wallace, the administrative assistant for Wayne Community College’s Arts and Sciences Division, is

Wings Over Wayne Will Be Safe & Secure

What should you expect as you make your way into Seymour Johnson Air Force Base for this weekend’s air show? With about 200,000 people expected to

Suspect Found With Cocaine Following Disturbance

Police show up to break up a disturbance in a parking lot and end up making a cocaine arrest. On Monday, officers with the Goldsboro

Victim Dies Following House Explosion

A victim has died from injuries sustained when his home exploded. Robert L Carraway, Jr. was critically injured in an April 13th explosion at his

NASCAR Driver Soars At Seymour Johnson

As part of an action-packed week at the local Air Force base, Coca-Cola Racing Family driver Bubba Wallace visited Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in

Project Y.E.S.S. Spring Break Boot Camp

Project Y.E.S.S. (Youth Empowered for Success and Service) is holding its Spring Break Boot Camp this week. The final day for the boot camp is

Good Fire Roadshow This Thursday

The Good Fire Roadshow is being held from 6 – 9 PM Thursday, April 25, at Rebuilding Broken Places, 2105 N. William Street in Goldsboro.

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

The 12th-ranked No. 3 seeded University of Mount Olive men's lacrosse team defeated the No. 6 seed Emmanuel College Lions 22-6 in the Quarterfinals of

Public Views E. Ash Street Plans (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Goldsboro citizens weigh in on a plan to widen a portion of E. Ash Street. The N.C. Department of Transportation held a public input session on

City Employees Help Clean Up Goldsboro

About 70 City of Goldsboro employees took to the streets of Goldsboro Tuesday morning to pick up litter and other debris around the city.  The

Upgrades Available For Wings Over Wayne Experience

It’s the biggest event of the year in the local area, and it’s mostly free. There’s no admission or parking fee to get into this weekend’s

Third Suspect Arrested For August Statutory Rape Case

A third suspect is charged in connection to a Goldsboro statutory rape case. According to the Goldsboro Police Department, 29-year-old Rashad J. Burt of Goldsboro was

State Highway Patrol Unveils New Helicopters

The State Highway Patrol unveiled the addition of two new Bell 407 helicopters Tuesday to assist in the Patrol’s lifesaving mission.  The event held at

Excitement Builds For Wings Over Wayne

Goldsboro and Wayne County prepare for their biggest weekend of the year. Around 200,000 people are expected to surge into Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in

Women’s Lacrosse: Southern Wesleyan Vs. UMO (OHTO GALLERY)

The No. 23 Mount Olive Trojans defeated the Warriors of Southern Wesleyan University 24-0 in the quarterfinals of the Conference Carolinas women's lacrosse championship tournament

Suspect Arrested For December Murder

Fremont Police say they’ve taken the fourth suspect in a December homicide into custody. According to a Facebook post, the Fremont Police Department says Brandon

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Lohmann To Speak At Annual UMO Martin Lecture

The University of Mount Olive will hold its annual Martin Lecture on Wednesday, April 24 at 7 PM in the Southern Bank Auditorium. Dr. Kenneth J.

Dudley Teens Charged For Vehicle Theft, B&E

Two teens face numerous charges after they’re allegedly caught with a stolen vehicle. On Sunday, the North Carolina Highway Patrol contacted the Wayne County Sheriff’s

Tobacco Planting Begins In Wayne County (PHOTO GALLERY)

With Easter in the past, farmers across Wayne County are starting to get their tobacco plants in the ground. Michael and Tracy Price didn't waste