Saturday 14 Dec 2019

Chamber Holds State Of The Community (PHOTOS)

The Wayne County Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual State of the Community Thursday at the Goldsboro Event Center. The State of the Community featured updates from city and county […]

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United Way Celebrates Community Campaign Finale

The United Way of Wayne County and supporters celebrated the community fund campaign finale at the Terrace Room December 10th. The program included a community

Suspect Accused Of Cashing Fraudulent Checks

On November 18th, the Goldsboro Police Department took a criminal complaint regarding fraudulent checks being cashed at Friendly Check Cashing on E. Ash Street.  The

WCC Truck Driver Info Session Set For Monday

Wayne Community College will hold an information session for its spring Truck Driver Training program. The session is scheduled for 6-10 p.m. on Dec. 16 in

Deputy Suffers Medical Emergency After Exposure To Narcotics

A Wayne County Sheriff’s deputy is recovering following an accidental exposure to narcotics. Around 5:40 PM Wednesday, the sheriff’s office Patrol Division responded to an

UPDATE: Sheriff’s Office Dismisses Charges For Family Dollar Robbery

UPDATE:  At approximately 4 PM Thursday, the Wayne County Sheriff's Office provided the following update on the arrest of Melvin S. Harvey, Jr.: "As the Investigation

LISTEN: Health, Wellness & You

Health, Wellness and You is sponsored by UNC Physicians Network This week's guest is Mike Paul, the Director of Rehabilitation Services at Wayne UNC Health Care.

Pet Of The Week: Miley

Miley is a spayed 3-year-old female domestic shorthair cat. During the month of December, Wayne County Animal Services is waiving the adoption fee for animals at

Christmas Tree Safety Tips

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- Fire departments around the state are warning residents about the fire hazards involving Christmas trees. Larry Cuthbertson is the owner of

WORKS Honored For Workforce Development

The Wayne Occupational Readiness Keys for Success (WORKS) initiative has been recognized for its workforce advancement accomplishments. The WORKS partnership was lauded for “Outstanding Achievement in

Crunch Time As Angel Tree Effort Winds Down

The Salvation Army’s annual Angel Tree effort wraps up this week. The angels will stay on the trees at least until this Friday. The Salvation Army of

Mother & Boyfriend Accused Of Severely Abusing Child

On Tuesday, the Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a home on Highway 258 in Kinston.  A male subject had already fled the residence,

SHP: Driver Won’t Be Charged For Striking Toddler

UPDATE: A toddler remains in serious condition after being struck by a vehicle along a Wayne County road. The State Highway Patrol reports the 2-year-old

WATCH: Lights & Music Combined For Holiday Display

Christmas lights dance to music at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wooten on Vail Road near Pikeville. Christmas Lights Video 1 Christmas Lights Video

Vehicles Collide In Mount Olive (PHOTOS)

Tuesday afternoon, Mount Olive firefighters were dispatched to a two vehicle crash at the intersection of West Park Avenue and North Chestnut Street in Mount

Airman Killed In Motorcycle Crash

A motorcycle crash claims the life of an airman from the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. The member of the 4th Logistics Readiness Squadron was

Firefighters Battle Blaze Near La Grange (PHOTO GALLERY)

Just after 12 AM early Wednesday morning, firefighters from New Hope, Saulston and Shine responded to working structure fire at on the 700 block of

More N.C. Communities Scale Back Recycling Programs

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- Environmental advocates warn that North Carolina is moving backward when it comes to recycling. According to a new report, in 2017

Design Firm Opening New Logistics Center In Goldsboro

– From the Office of Gov. Roy Cooper – Michael Aram, Inc., an internationally renowned luxury design company offering a wide range of craft-based jewelry, tabletop

WCC Magazine Wins Third Award

Wayne Community College’s writers’ and artists’ magazine has been recognized by the Community College Humanities Association for the third consecutive year. “Renaissance” won first place in

Support Military Families Distributes Holiday Care Packages (PHOTOS)

The holidays can be a busy time of year, and they can be especially difficult if your spouse is deployed. Tuesday morning, the organization Support Military


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