Saturday 23 Feb 2019

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Kinston P.D. Seeks Shooting Suspect

A suspect is wanted for attempted murder following a shooting in Kinston. Around 7 PM Thursday, officers with the Kinston Police Department responded to the area of the 300 block […]

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Vehicle Crash Closes Emmaus Church Road

A serious vehicle crash involving a possible fatality has closed a section of road in Wayne County this morning. The accident occurred east of Mount Olive on Emmaus Church

Mount Olive Hosts Black History Parade On Saturday

The 13th Annual Black History Month Parade in Mount Olive is being held this weekend. The parade starts at 1 PM this Saturday, Feb. 23, and runs down Breazeale

Update On Broadband Pilot Program

More Wayne County residents are getting hooked up to broadband internet service thanks to a pilot program. Open Broadband has been working on a pilot project to bring broadband

Goldsboro Burglary Suspect Arrested

Police arrest a suspect in a Goldsboro break-in and theft. On Saturday, the Goldsboro Police Department responded to the report of a breaking and entering on the 300

Congressman Rouzer Visits UMO (PHOTOS)

U.S. Representative David Rouzer recently toured the University of Mount Olive. Below are pictures from the congressman's

Authorities Investigate Fatal Mobile Home Fire In La Grange

Two people perish in an early morning mobile home fire in La Grange. The Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office and Lenoir County Emergency Services are investigating the fatal fire

N.C. To Eliminate Duplicate Driving Records

The N.C Division of Motor Vehicles will start using new technology to protect people from identity fraud by making sure people have a driver license in only one

Choir Festival & Theatre Play At UMO This Weekend

The stage comes alive at the University of Mount Olive this weekend. The University of Mount Olive will host the 2nd Annual Middle School Honor Choir Festival on Friday,

WCC Named Finalist For Two More National Awards

Wayne Community College has been named a double finalist for an award that recognizes exceptional work among the nation’s two-year colleges. WCC is the only North Carolina school announced