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Local FFA Member Elected State FFA President

Alan Johnson of Pricetown, a recent graduate of Spring Creek High School, has been elected to serve the North Carolina Association of the Future Farmers of America as State President […]

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Armed Robbery At Internet Sweepstakes Cafe

Goldsboro Police are looking into an armed robbery. A black male armed with a handgun reportedly walked into the Hi-5 internet sweepstakes cafe on the 500-block of East

Murder Suspect Arrested In Goldsboro

A wanted murder suspect is taken off the streets in Goldsboro. 31-year old Glenn E. Warren of Spring Lake was arrested by Goldsboro Police Monday.  The GPD says

WCPS Names Teacher Of The Year

Wayne County Public Schools select their Teacher of the Year. Meadow Lane Elementary 4th grade teacher, Emily West, has been selected as the Wayne County Public Schools Teacher

Police Investigate Library Break-In

The Goldsboro Police Department is looking into a break-in at a local library. The B&E was discovered late Wednesday night at the Wayne County Public Library on the

Extreme Warrior Run Presents Funds For Operation Warmheart

Over $3,400 is given to Operation Warmheart at the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro. The funds come from the Extreme Warrior Run 7K Obstacle Course held

NCDOT Lists Roads Impacted By Flooding

A list of the Wayne County roads currently listed as closed by the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Heavy rains earlier this week have caused rivers and streams

Drive-By Murder Suspect Convicted

A jury convicts a man charged in a fatal Goldsboro drive-by shooting. The courtroom trial for 26-year old Alquan D. Hill of Grifton took nearly two weeks, and it

GPD’s Crime Of The Week

It’s the Goldsboro Police Department’s Crime of the Week. Last week Wednesday, Goldsboro Police were notified of a break-in alarm at a residence on the 200-block of Holly Road. 

Potential Stormwater Utility Fees For Goldsboro

The City of Goldsboro is talking about the potential implementation of a storm water utility, and that could mean new fees for residents, businesses and other entities. A recommendation