Thursday 13 Dec 2018


Final Days To Apply For Florence Recovery Assistance

North Carolina survivors of Hurricane Florence have until 11:59 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018 to register for assistance from FEMA or apply for a low-interest loan from the U.S. Small […]

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Sheriff’s Office Continues Search For Rape Suspect

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office continues looking for a rape suspect from the 1980’s. 63-year-old Robert Allen Carter has two outstanding warrants from 2012 for Second Degree Rape. 

Bethlehem Blessing Box Coat Drive

The Father In Me.Org and Studio 33 Dance Company have teamed together to bring warmth to our community. So many aren't fortunate to just go in the closet and pull

Neuse River To Approach Flood Stage Near Goldsboro

The Neuse River in Wayne County is not expected to flood following this latest batch of wintry precipitation. As of Tuesday morning’s report from the National Weather Service, the

Delayed Start For Wayne County Schools On Tuesday

Wayne County Public Schools will operate on a two-hour delay on Tuesday, Dec.

Deadline Approaching For Hurricane Assistance From SBA

There’s under three days left to apply for FEMA or SBA assistance following Hurricane Florence. North Carolina survivors of Hurricane Florence have until 11:59 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, to

UMO To Host Operation Blessing Event

The University of Mount Olive will host Operation Blessing featuring Karen Abercrombie on Thursday, December 13, at 6 PM in the Southern Bank Auditorium. Abercrombie is an award-winning actress

Suspects Accused Of Stealing Pickup Truck

Two people are arrested in connection to a stolen pickup truck in Wayne County. On December 4th, a resident in northern Wayne County reported the theft of his

U.S. 70 In Kinston Reopens To Traffic

The U.S. 70 bridge in Kinston is open to traffic after crews deemed it safe for drivers. A crash involving a tractor trailer that went through a bridge rail

Northwest Elementary School Invests In United Way

Northwest Elementary School staff has joined the fight for education, health & wellness, financial stability and basic needs for an average of 47 people in Wayne County with