Thursday 17 Jan 2019


Programs Offers Work Experiences For Wayne County Teachers

The Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership offers a wide variety of immersive summer work experiences that are supported by 80 hours of professional development. The Program is funded by […]

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New WCC Program Provides Path To ECU Nursing Degree

Wayne Community College has joined a program designed to improve the health of eastern North Carolina’s population by increasing its nursing workforce. WCC’s Associate Degree Nursing Program signed on

Coal Ash Coalition Meets Tonight

The monthly community meeting regarding coal ash contamination in Wayne County is being held tonight. The Down East Coal Ash Coalition holds the meeting at 6:30 PM tonight, Thursday,

County To Apply For Another DWI Task Force Grant

Wayne County is hoping for more funding assistance for its DWI Task Force. Sgt. Jayson Hill from the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office told the Wayne County Commissioners this week

GFD Provides Coats For Kids In Need

Responding to an immediate need, Goldsboro Fire Chief Joe Dixon is working with colleagues in the fire service to help some of the city's youngest citizens. After a conversation with Fairfax

Suspect Robs Goldsboro Bank

Police are investigating a Goldsboro bank robbery. The armed robbery was reported at the First Citizens Bank on the 200 block of E. Ash Street just after 1

Holiday ‘Booze It & Lose It’ Arrests Decline

The Holiday ‘Booze It & Lose It’ impaired driving prevention and enforcement campaign, which ran December 14 to January 2, showed a drop in total DWI arrests compared

Public Inspects Wayne Memorial Dr. Plans (PHOTOS)

The public gets a look at the planned improvements for a stretch of Wayne Memorial Drive. The North Carolina Department of Transportation held a public input session at the

Carver Heights Celebrates With Lawmakers (PHOTO GALLERY)

Local state legislators receive a warm welcome at Carver Heights Elementary School following their efforts to keep the Goldsboro school under local control. 10th District Representative John Bell, 5th

Sexual Online Chats Lead To Charges Against Teen

A South Carolina teen is accused of having sexually explicit computer chats with a Wayne County juvenile. On November 28th, a resident reported to the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office