Friday 24 Mar 2017

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Governor Roy Cooper Visits Make A Difference Food Pantry

Governor Cooper’s second stop in Wayne County on Wednesday was at the Make A Difference Food Pantry in Grantham. 12 year old Mackenzie Hinson said it was “like waiting for […]

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Governor Roy Cooper Visits Wayne Community College

Governor Roy Cooper was on the road Wednesday, making two stops in Wayne County and one stop in Lenoir County. The tour was part of the governor's campaign for NC

Crime Of The Week: Armed Robberies At Ruby Tuesday and Walmart

On Saturday, 3-18-17 at approximately 7:40 PM, officers of the Goldsboro Police Department responded to Ruby Tuesday on North Park Drive in Goldsboro in reference to a robbery.  Once officers

UMO Baseball Wins Battle Of The Trojans 13-4 Over Virginia State

The 3rd-ranked University of Mount Olive took a 13-4 win over Virginia State University in non-conference baseball on Tuesday afternoon in Mount Olive, N.C. Mount Olive came out to

Senate Agrees To School Bus Cameras

The idea of catching drivers passing school buses unlawfully with cameras and issuing monetary penalties based on photos or video is advancing again at the North Carolina General

CIS-Wayne County Holds Annual Fundraiser

Communities in Schools of Wayne County will host its annual fundraising event Friday night March 31st at the Terrace Room in Goldsboro from 6 until 9 pm. The

Goldsboro Man Arrested For Kidnapping And Assault

On Friday, the Goldsboro Police Department responded to a call at 3426 Wayne Memorial Dr. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office was already on scene after a female had been

Thousands Of Dollars Worth Of Fishing Lures Stolen

Thousands of dollars worth of fishing lures were stolen in two separate reports on Friday afternoon in Goldsboro. The lures were stolen from the Walmart on Highway 70 in

Western NC Wildfire Only 10% Contained

Federal forestry officials say a fire in western North Carolina is only about 10 percent contained. The U.S. Forest Service said in a news release The White Creek Fire

Former Greenville Police Chief Detained At JFK For 90 Minutes

A former North Carolina police chief who now works as a law enforcement consultant says he's disappointed with his country of 42 years after he was detained at