Tuesday 12 Dec 2017


2018 Bee School Starting In New Year

Honey bees are beneficial insects which are very important to our environment. Honey bees often get a bad name by people associating stings with them along with the misconception that […]

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Reactions To U.S. 70 Improvement Plans

What would improvements to U.S. 70 mean for communities in Wayne and Johnston counties? The proposed upgrades would speed up the commute between Raleigh and Goldsboro. At Thursday’s public

Reward Offered For Info On La Grange Shooting

A $3,000 reward is being offered for information on the November triple murder in La Grange. Three people were killed in the November 12th shooting on the 300-block of W.

Weather Cancels Friday Jingle In The Park

The Goldsboro Parks and Recreation Department has announced tonight’s Jingle in the Park activities have been cancelled due to the weather. As of now, Saturday’s Jingle in the Park

UPDATE: Missing Man Found

An elderly Goldsboro resident reported missing overnight has been found. The Goldsboro Police Department now reports 91-year old Theodore Marion Baldwin has been located. The N.C. Center for Missing Persons

Elderly Goldsboro Resident Reported Missing

UPDATE:  The Goldsboro Police Department confirms Baldwin has been located. A Silver Alert has been issued for a missing Goldsboro man. The N.C. Center for Missing Persons has issued

Jingle In The Park This Weekend

Herman Park in Goldsboro will be alive with the spirit of the season this weekend. Jingle in the Park will be held at Herman Park from 4-8 PM

NCDOT Explains U.S. 70 Upgrades To Residents (PHOTOS)

The public gets a look at the next local phase of the eventual Interstate 42 project. The North Carolina Department of Transportation held an informal public meeting Thursday evening

KC-46A Completes First Test Flight

The first Boeing KC-46A Pegasus tanker that will serve operationally with the Air Force—the seventh built so far—made its first flight this Tuesday, completing a three-and-a-half hour mission

County Considers Sales Tax Increase For Education

Wayne County leaders are looking at potentially adding a one-quarter-percent sales tax. Talking to the Wayne County Commissioners this week, County Manager George Wood explained  the additional sales tax