Monday 30 May 2016


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PHOTO GALLERY: Mount Olive Memorial Day Service

Mount Olive held a “Memorial Day Service” inside the town’s old train depot Sunday. The threat of rain forced the service to be held inside. Mount Olive VFW Post 9959 and […]

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Lake Opens For New Season At Cliffs

Photos by Bobby Williams… The lake at the Cliffs of the Neuse State Park in Wayne County opened this weekend. Saturday a large crowd showed up to enjoy the

_MG_0130-1 Mount Olive Police honor Guard Kelly Grady and Tommy Brown places the Wreath at the base of the flag pole in Maplewood Cemetery

PHOTO GALLERY: Maplewood Memorial Day Service

An estimated 30 people attended a “Memorial Day Service” in Maplewood Cemetery Sunday. VFW Post 9959 and the American Legion Post 103 organized the service. Vic Miller who


PHOTO GALLERY: Live Burn Training

Photos by Bobby Williams... Firefighters from Thoroughfare, Antioch, Grantham and Mar-Mac fire departments participated in “Live Burn” training over the Memorial Day weekend. An estimated 65 firefighters took part


Photo Gallery: Memorial Day Tribute

Volunteers and several Boys Scout groups took part in helping get the flags out on the graves at Maplewood in Mount Olive. Photos by Bobby Williams, GDN

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Picture Of The Day: “Like Father, Like Daughter”

Photo by Bobby Williams... Both A.J. Antiquina and his daughter Aerial enjoy serving their community as volunteer firefighters. Dad is a member of the Mar-Mac Fire Department. Aerial is


HS Softball: East Finals Princeton, North Duplin

Photos by Bobby Williams... Princeton High School defeated North Duplin Friday night 7-0 to advance to the state championship. The lady Bulldogs scored a run in the first, third


Suspects Purchase Thousands With Stolen Cards

Two suspects accused of making over $7,500 worth of purchases with stolen credit cards are now subjects of a Goldsboro Police Department investigation. Police say a 67-year-old victim told

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Human Remains Found

Goldsboro Police are now waiting for a State Medical Examiner's report they hope will reveal the identity of human remains found Friday and yield clues about how

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Mystery Plant by Guest Writer John Nelson

John Nelson is the curator of the A. C. Moore Herbarium at the University of South Carolina, in the Department of Biological Sciences, Columbia SC 29208. As a