Wednesday 19 Sep 2018

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Volunteers Collecting Items For Hurricane Victims (PHOTOS)

Wayne County is still seeking donations to assist those impacted by Hurricane Florence. Donations can be taken to the Train Depot on West Main Street in Mount Olive and the […]

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WCC Cancels Classes Until Next Week

Classes are cancelled at Wayne Community College for the remainder of the week. WCC will remain closed to the public through Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018. All classes are cancelled during

County Clarifies Lifting Of Curfew

Wayne County Board of Commissioners Chairman Bill Pate lifted the county's Hurricane Florence curfew at 1:30 PM Tuesday, September 18, 2018. Alcohol sales could resume at the normal schedule

Seven Springs Flooding (PHOTOS)

All the roads in Seven Springs are being closed as the Neuse River begins to flood Wayne County's oldest community. Town Commissioner Ronda Hughes says Seven Springs is getting

Couple Exchanges Vows While Waiting Out Storm At Goldsboro Hotel (PHOTOS)

John Thornton and Amy Carey of Pikeville weren't able to have their wedding as planned due to Hurricane Florence.  So, Town Place Suites Marriot in Goldsboro put together

One Shelter Left Open In Wayne County

Department of Social Services Director and Shelter Coordinator Tammy Schrenker has announced the consolidation of Wayne County's Hurricane Florence shelters. The Carver Elementary and Wayne Academy Shelters have been

County Offices To Open Wednesday

Wayne County Manager Craig Honeycutt has announced all county offices will open at 8 AM on Wednesday, September 19. Honeycutt asks all employees to use caution while traveling to

Neuse River Flood Gauge Back In Operation

The National Weather Service Office in Raleigh reports the flood gauge on the Neuse River near Goldsboro is back up and running. The gauge, like many around the region,

Lenoir County Lifts Curfew For Most Areas

The Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office announces the curfew that has been in place the past several days has been lifted. However, there are areas of restricted access now in

UPDATE: Dee’s Diner Feeds Recovery Crews (PHOTOS)

Dee's Diner in Goldsboro fed breakfast to 300 Duke Energy line workers Sunday morning and another 350 on Monday morning.  The diner also fed first responders at lunch