Saturday 26 May 2018

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Princeton Post Office Holds Passport Event

If you’re thinking about travelling out of the country over the next few years, a local post office can help out this weekend. The Princeton Post Office at 107 W. […]

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Swimming Lake Opens This Weekend

You’ll be able to beat the summer heat at the local state park starting this weekend. The swimming lake at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park opens for the

NCDOT Offers Memorial Day Travel Safety Tips

Over the Memorial Day weekend, the N.C. Department of Transportation will pause most road construction activities that require lane closures on major routes across the state to help

Wings Of Wayne This Saturday

It’s safe to say the military plays a critical role in Wayne County given that Goldsboro is home to the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. An event this weekend

Dillard/Goldsboro Alumni & Friends Annual Homecoming

You may have already noticed those blue and gold flags flying on vehicles around town. The Dillard/Goldsboro Alumni and Friends are back in Goldsboro this weekend for their annual

Complete An Associate Degree In One Year

Wayne Community College is signing up its first group of students who will earn an associate degree in one year. The new “Five after Five” program allows students to

Safety Measures Approved For Lenoir County Schools

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- The Lenoir County Commissioners voted Monday to approve a request by the Lenoir County School District for funding to be used for school

City Adopts New Flood Ordinance

Goldsboro approves its new flood ordinance. City Engineer Marty Anderson reminded the Goldsboro City Council on Monday that FEMA requires the new Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance to be adopted

Goldsboro Teens Arrested For Vehicle Break-Ins

The Goldsboro Police Department responded to a reported vehicle B&E on the 500 block of W. New Hope Road around 2:45 AM Wednesday.  The reporting person told officers

NCDOT Explains Herring Road Bridge Closure

A bridge in southern Wayne County has been closed due to safety problems. The N.C. Department of Transportation reports it was already planning to replace the 64-year-old bridge