Sunday 30 Apr 2017


WCPS Volunteer Of The Year

Wayne County Public Schools announce their Volunteer of the Year. This year’s award went to Teri Johnson, an Eastern Wayne High volunteer, during a district reception held at North Drive […]

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Neuse River Near Major Flood Stage

The latest from the flood forecast from the National Weather Service.  The Neuse River near Goldsboro has risen faster than first anticipated and is very near its "major"

Water Rescue Calls Off Claridge Nursery Road (PHOTO GALLERY)

High waters mean water rescue crews are on high alert. Emergency responders were called out to Claridge Nursery Road off Highway 70 early Friday afternoon.  There had been

NCDOT Lists Latest Road Closures

As the flood waters rise, the North Carolina Department of Transportation is keeping a running list of the roadways impacted by flooding.  Drivers are reminded to stay off

Deacon Jones Reopens At 2 New Locations

Deacon Jones Ford and Lincoln, previously located on 11th Street near Wayne Memorial Drive, has moved into a new 33,000-square-foot building at the AutoPlex. Deacon Jones Nissan, with a

Police Investigate Armed Robbery Of Home

Goldsboro Police are investigating the report of an armed robbery. According to the police report, the victims stated two people armed with handguns forced their way into the

Trial Underway For WCC Murder Suspect

A trial is underway in Wayne County for the man accused of murdering an employee at Wayne Community College.  22-year old Kenneth M. Stancil the Third is charged

Flood Conditions Worsen In Wayne County

It’s already bad and it appears it’s only going to get worse. The Neuse River near Goldsboro is already at nearly 20-feet, well above its initial flood stage

Two More Sentenced For Fatal 2014 Drive-By

Two more people are sentenced to prison for their alleged involvement in a fatal drive-by shooting in Goldsboro. Thursday in Wayne County Superior Court, 25-year old Cequon A.

Pickle Festival In Mount Olive This Weekend (PHOTOS)

The Town of Mount Olive will relish the attention it receives this weekend. The 31st Annual North Carolina Pickle Festival gets underway Friday, with events running through Sunday.