Friday 28 Feb 2020


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GPD: Attempted Murder Suspect Arrested In Wilson

The suspect in a weekend shooting in Goldsboro is apprehended.  The Goldsboro Police Department reported Wednesday morning that 33-year-old Leamon C. Holmes of Goldsboro was taken into custody by the […]

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RIA Grants To Support Local Economic Development

The North Carolina Rural Infrastructure Authority approved 17 grant requests to local governments totaling $5,535,271, Governor Roy Cooper has announced. The requests include commitments to create a total

Simulation & Game Design Art Exhibit Opens Thursday

The community is invited to the official opening of “From Nerds to Never-Never Land: Art of SGD,” an exhibition of works by Wayne Community College Simulation and Game Development

Council Sets New Rates For City Golf Course

The City of Goldsboro adopts new rates for the city’s golf course. Last week, Goldsboro Parks and Recreation Director Felicia Brown told the city council that the current rate

WCPS Announces Student Make-Up Days

Last week, Wayne County Public Schools was closed for all students and staff on February 21st due to inclement weather. Wayne Early/Middle College High School and Wayne School

WATCH: Last KC-135 Departs SJAFB

It’s the end of an era at the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro. The final KC-135R Stratotanker assigned to the 916th Air Refueling Wing at Seymour

Suspect Wanted For Attempted Murder

Around 2:30 AM Sunday, the Goldsboro Police Department responded to a disturbance at Studio 117 on the 900 block of McDaniel Drive. 33-year-old Quinton Atkinson of Pikeville was

“Growing Healthy Soils” Workshop Set For Wednesday

The Wayne County Cooperative Extension is holding a gardening workshop this week. “Growing Healthy Soils: Soil Testing and Fertilizers” will help attendees learn how to improve and enhance

U.S. Cellular Announces $57.7 Million Investment In N.C.

U.S. Cellular is announcing that it made a $57.7 million investment in its network infrastructure, store environment and statewide communities in North Carolina in 2019. This includes $56.6

Black History Month Parade Set For Saturday In Mt. Olive

The Town of Mount Olive will celebrate Black History Month just before February comes to an end. The 12th Annual Unity Organization Black History Month Parade is scheduled to