Saturday 25 May 2019

Dillard & Goldsboro Alumni Parade Through Downtown (PHOTO GALLERY)

Downtown Goldsboro was bustling with activity Saturday morning as the Dillard/Goldsboro Alumni and Friends held its annual homecoming parade.  Thousands lined the streets of the downtown to watch the parade […]

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OP-ED: Rep. Smith Touts Paid Parental Leave Policy

–Editorial opinion submitted by Rep. Raymond Smith– Governor Cooper signed Executive Order No. 95 to provide paid parental leave to eligible state employees beginning September 1,

Cota Admitted To Summer Health Program

New Wayne Community College graduate Estefani Cota has been accepted into a summer academic program for individuals intending to go into a health field. She has been admitted

McGuire Sworn In As New DSS Director

Kimberly McGuire was sworn in Friday afternoon as the new Director of the Wayne County Department of Social Services. She replaces Tammy Schrenker. McGuire joined

Report: Wings Over Wayne Attendance Wanes

A new report shows a drop in attendance at this year’s Wings Over Wayne Air Show. According to a report from the Travel and Tourism Department

N.C. Early Childhood Professionals Push For Closing Health Care Gap

In a round table discussion with Governor Roy Cooper and Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen this week, early childhood professionals from across North

City Hires New Theatre & Event Center Director

The City of Goldsboro has hired Adam Twiss as director of the Paramount Theatre and Goldsboro Event Center. “I’m excited to welcome Adam to the City

Coalition Plans To Lay Flags On Veteran Graves

During Memorial Day, we remember those that gave their lives for their country. Locally, veterans buried in local cemeteries will be honored during the annual “Flag

Goldsboro H.S. Senior Stroll (PHOTOS)

It’s a walk down memory lane for soon-to-be graduates from Goldsboro High School. Sporting their caps and gowns, Goldsboro High seniors processed down the halls of

Push To Get North Carolinians Insured Against Flooding

Don’t wait until it’s too late to purchase flood insurance. That was the main message as the North Carolina Department of Insurance and FEMA held a

NCDOT Urges Safety During Memorial Day Travel

One of the busiest travel times of the year is coming up with the Memorial Day weekend, and the N.C. Department of Transportation wants your

SHP: Plan Ahead For Memorial Day Travel

With an estimated 37.6 million motorists taking to the roadways this Memorial Day weekend, the State Highway Patrol is encouraging drivers to plan ahead before traveling. Regardless of

Post 11 Continues Unbeaten Streak

BY ANDREW STEVENS -- Wayne County American Legion Post 11 continued its strong start with an 8-2 victory over Clayton on Wednesday night at Goldsboro

Take Precautions Against Harmful UV Rays

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- Medical professionals across eastern North Carolina are warning the public to be mindful of high UV index levels. Skin cancer is

Staged Crash Promotes “Click It Or Ticket” Campaign

A statewide ‘Click it or Ticket’ campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of being an unbelted occupant in a vehicle, got underway at the North

Insurance Commissioner Warns About Hot Cars

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- As the summer season quickly approaches, Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey and Safe Kids North Carolina are reminding people of the

Shooting Suspect Arrested In Lenoir County

A suspect is in custody for a Lenoir County shooting incident. Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office personnel arrested Javier Lara of Pink Hill Wednesday in relation

Goldsboro To Benefit From Affordable Housing Funds

Goldsboro is one of eight North Carolina communities that will share $2.7 million in grants to develop more affordable housing. Governor Roy Cooper announced last week

Dillard/Goldsboro Alumni Homecoming This Weekend

Dillard/Goldsboro Alumni & Friends, Inc. will celebrate its 64th annual homecoming over the weekend of Thursday through Sunday, May 23 to 26, with classes ending

Suspects Found With Stolen Vehicle

Two local residents are busted with a vehicle reported stolen out of Beaufort County. Members of the Wayne County Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team stopped the

Goldsboro Man Accused Of Pointing Gun At Trooper

Around 3:30 AM Wednesday, the State Highway Patrol stopped to check on a Chevrolet SUV that was parked stationary on the shoulder of I-40 near


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