Wednesday 07 Dec 2016



New Wayne County Chairman, Vice Chairman

The Wayne County Board of Commissioners has elected Bill Pate and Joe Gurley as the new chairman and vice chairman, respectively. Pate had been serving since last December as vice […]

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Fit Body Boot Camp Celebrates Ribbon Cutting In Goldsboro

The Wayne County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the opening of Fit Body Boot Camp at 2705 East Ash Street in the Sunrise Shopping Center with a Ribbon Cutting ceremony Friday. Fit Body Boot

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New Ordinance Passed for Special Events

Wayne County has approved an ordinance for special events. Organizers of most special events attracting 500 or more people will now have to secure a permit from the


Wayne County Board of Ed Swears in 3 Members

The Wayne County Board of Education has sworn in three members. Patricia Burden, Len Henderson and Raymond Smith, Jr. were sworn in last night.   Burden was elected to the


Kennedy Vote Seems Key to S.C. Redistricting Cases

Justice Anthony Kennedy appears to hold the decisive vote in two Supreme Court cases involving challenges from African-American voters to electoral districts in North Carolina and Virginia. The court's


Sen. Rabon Elected to Powerful Senate Position

One of the most powerful positions in the North Carolina Senate is going to a coastal legislator previously involved in tax and transportation issues. Republican Sen. Bill Rabon of


Make A Difference Food Pantry Sending Help To Gatlinburg, TN

A 12 year old Goldsboro girl is making a difference across the country. 12 year old Mackenzie Hinson runs the Make A Difference Food Pantry in Goldsboro. After the

Mayor Ray McDonald starts the tree lighting countdown

PHOTO GALLERY: Tree Lighting In Mount Olive

Mount Olive residents came out to enjoy the annual tree lighting fun in town this


PHOTO GALLERY: Fremont Christmas Parade

A large crowd of spectators lined the streets of Fremont Saturday afternoon to get a view of the Annual Christmas


Staff, Patients Return to Kitty Askins Hospice Center

Staff and patients have returned to Kitty Askins on Wayne Memorial Drive after being displaced from Hurricane Matthew's flooding. The hospice center had an estimated 17 inches of rain