Tuesday 23 Jan 2018

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U.S. 117 & Country Club Road Work Set To Begin Monday

The North Carolina Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin work on the U.S. 117 and Country Club Road intersection just north of Mount Olive on Monday, Jan 22. Construction […]

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Government Shutdown Begins

WASHINGTON (AP) — The government shutdown has begun. So has the finger-pointing. President Donald Trump says Democrats wanted to give him "a nice present" to mark the one-year anniversary

Temporary Visitor Restrictions At Wayne UNC Health Care

Following a sharp rise in the number of flu cases, Wayne UNC Health Care has instituted temporary limits on visitors. In December, Wayne UNC Health Care had approximately 34

UPDATE: 2 Victims Were Attempting To Escape Blaze (PHOTOS)

Two people are found dead during a mobile home fire in Wayne County. Around 9 AM on Friday, the Rosewood, Belfast, Little River and Oakland Volunteer Fire Departments responded

Supreme Court: NC Doesn’t Have To Redraw Maps By Next Week

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court has delayed a lower-court order that would have forced North Carolina Republican lawmakers to redraw the state's congressional districts by

2 Bodies Found Inside Burning Mobile Home

Firefighters are on the scene of a mobile home fire in Wayne County.  The single-wide mobile home off U.S 70 West near Claridge Nursery Road was engulfed in

Wayne County Hires New Media Manager

A new Media Manager is hired for Wayne County. The county’s Public Affairs Office has announced Joel Gillie started work as the new Media Manager on Thursday.  Gillie

WCC Offers Medical Coding & Billing Training

Wayne Community College will offer a set of classes that prepares students to be certified medical coding and billing specialists. Medical Billing and Coding is an online course that

GPD Officer Completes Justice Academy Traffic Training

A local cop completes his specialized training through the North Carolina Justice Academy. Officer Melvin Walton Smith, II of the Goldsboro Police Department recently completed the Academy’s Traffic

Red Cross Urgently Seeks Blood Donations

The American Red Cross is in need of blood. It's fairly typical to see a shortage in the nation's blood supplies during this time of year, according to