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Goldsboro Leaders Approve Internet Cafe

The Goldsboro City Council has approved a Conditional Use Permit that will allow the operation of an Internet Café, Electronic Gaming Facility, at property located on the East side of […]

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Dudley Man Accused Of Illegal Use Of Weapon

A Dudley man is in trouble with the law after alleged illegal use of a weapon. Warren Baker, 31, of 1701 Old Mount Olive Highway was arrested on

UMO Music Department to Hold Prism Concert

The University of Mount Olive is getting ready to hold its annual Prism Concert. In the interactive free concert, the UMO Concert Band, Concert Choir, Chamber Choir, “Free

Goldsboro City Council Defers Action On Store Relocation Permit

The owner of a Goldsboro convenience store wanting to relocate his business will have to wait a while longer before finding out whether or not the Goldsboro City

Bland Sworn In As Superior Court Judge

Will Bland is now Wayne County’s resident Superior Court judge after being officially sworn in Tuesday. Bland took the “Oath of Office” during a 4 p.m. ceremony at

FED Announces Closure Date For Wayne Disaster Recovery Center

There is now official word from the federal government on exactly when the Hurricane Matthew Disaster Recovery Center in Wayne County will close. FEMA spokesperson Debra Young says the

Goldsboro Attorney Sworn In As New District Court Judge

Attorney Curtis Stackhouse of Goldsboro was sworn in Tuesday as the new judge for District 8. Stackhouse took the “Oath of Office” during an early afternoon ceremony in

Goldsboro High Graduate Named State Environmental Director

A graduate of Goldsboro High School is now the director of the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality. State Governor Roy Cooper nominated Mike Regan to the post.

Wayne Welcomes First Newborn Of 2017

Curtis Bowick, Jr. and his wife Chelsea are the proud parents of Wayne County’s first newborn baby of 2017. The bundle of joy Josiah Bowick was born at

Officer On Leave After Video Of Student Being Thrown Down

North Carolina authorities say they're investigating a video posted on Twitter that shows a male police officer slamming a female high school student to the floor. Rolesville Mayor Frank