Friday 06 Dec 2019

Christmas Days At The Farm Credit Farmers Market

The Farm Credit Farmers Market will be open special hours this holiday season to help with your Christmas shopping needs. Local vendors will be selling a variety of seasonal produce […]

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Pet Of The Week: Noel

Noel is a 3-year-old female terrier mix.  She is very kid friendly. During the month of December, Wayne County Animal Services is waiving the adoption fee

LISTEN: Health, Wellness & You

Health, Wellness and You is sponsored by UNC Physicians Network This week's guest is Dr. Ben Eskra, who specializes in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Wayne

UMO To Hold Annual Christmas By Candlelight Service

The University of Mount will hold its Annual Christmas by Candlelight Service on Friday, December 6, at 7 PM and Saturday, December 7, at 2:30

WCPS Announces School Administration Changes

This past week, the Wayne County Board of Education approved two principal changes and an administrative change during its monthly meeting. One principal change, impacting

Boys & Girls Club Holds Annual Pancake Fundraiser

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Wayne County holds its 41st annual Pancake Fundraiser this Saturday, December 7, from 7 – 11 AM. The Boys and

Mayo Appointed Chair Of Wayne County Board Of Commissioners

There’s new leadership on the Wayne County Board. On Tuesday, District 1 Commissioner Ray Mayo was appointed the new Chair of the Wayne County Board by

Center Street Improvements To Be Completed In Spring

The next phase of Downtown Goldsboro renovations is on schedule. Once completed, Phase III of the streetscape work will essentially match Center Street from Spruce to

Suspect Accused Of Statutory Sex Offense With A Child

Bond is set at $350,000 secured for a suspect accused of sexually assaulting a child. The Goldsboro Police Department says 53-year-old Freemon Sykes, III has

December Career Readiness Testing at WCC

Wayne County residents will have just two opportunities to take the WorkKeys® tests for the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) at Wayne Community College in

Workshop Aims To Help Navigate Grief During The Holidays

The North Carolina Victim Assistance Network invites the public to participate in a Navigating Grief During the Holidays workshop in Goldsboro on Thursday, December 5,

WCC Art Now on Exhibit, Festival Set for This Thursday

Wayne Community College has decked its halls with student art. More than 100 works produced throughout the fall semester by students in the college's drawing, painting,

Council Waits On Permit For Reuse Of Former Elk’s Lodge

A developer and neighbors will try to work out their differences before a new use is approved for the former Elk’s Lodge building in Downtown

GPD: Suspect Broke Into Vehicle At Franklin Bakery

Numerous charges are filed against a vehicle break-in suspect. The vehicle was broken into on September 27th at the Franklin Bakery on the 500 block

New Term Begins For Mt. Olive Commissioners, Mayor (PHOTOS)

The Old Train Depot in Mount Olive was filled with family and friends Monday night as the town's new mayor and commissioners took their Oaths

County To Put Sales Tax Increase On The Ballot Again

Once again, Wayne County voters will be asked to approve a sales tax increase to benefit the county’s schools. Tuesday, the Wayne County Board of Commissioners

Sen. Perry Announces Reelection Effort

Candidate filing season is underway in North Carolina. As the filing period opened on Monday, State Senator Jim Perry announced he would file paperwork to run

WCSO: Impaired Suspect Pointed Gun At Deputy

A Mount Olive man faces numerous charges following a wild Thanksgiving chase with Wayne County authorities. The Wayne County DWI Task Force was on patrol

New Goldsboro City Council Sworn In (PHOTOS)

There are two new faces on the Goldsboro City Council and one noticeable absence as the council begins its new term. As Monday's swearing in celebration

Rep. Bell Files For Reelection

A local State House member files for reelection. On Monday, 10th District Rep. John Bell filed to seek a 5th term in the North Carolina General

Wayne County Approves Overnight Ambulance Agreement

Wayne County has hired an overnight non-emergency ambulance service. Last month, the Wayne County Board of Commissioners gave final approval to the franchise agreement with North


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