Saturday 21 Apr 2018


Online Auction Assists Local Animal Shelter

Riddle & Brantley and Wayne County Animal Advocates of NC have teamed up to help build a fence and agility course at the Wayne County Animal Shelter in Goldsboro. This […]

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Downtown Goldsboro To Host “Made On Main Street”

Art comes alive in Downtown Goldsboro this weekend. The city’s first “Made on Main Street” community project event will be held this Saturday from 2-6 PM. The city will be

Resident To Push For Stronger Coal Ash Rules

A local resident plans to head to the nation’s capital to speak out against new coal ash rules. The Environmental Protection Agency is looking at changing the regulations on

Cast Your Ballot Before The May 8th Primary

Early voting begins today in Wayne County for the May 8th Primary Election. The Wayne County Board of Elections Office at 209 S. William Street in Goldsboro will host the

Suspect Allegedly Found With Meth, Paraphernalia

A Wayne County man is arrested on a meth charge. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports a detective was working with the Investigations Division when 41-year-old Steve Farrugia

Mt. Olive Airport Opens New Hangar (PHOTO GALLERY)

A local airport is expanding.  A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for the new Corporate Aircraft Hangar at the Mount Olive Municipal Airport on Wednesday. Mount Olive Mayor Joe Scott

Farmers Market Slowly Coming Together

There’s no definite date of completion for Wayne County’s new farmers market. Kevin Johnson, the Director of Wayne County’s Cooperative Extension, told the Wayne County Commissioners Tuesday the construction

WCPS To Hold Kindergarten Registration

Wayne County Public Schools will hold its Kindergarten Registration Day, Friday, April 20, at all 14 elementary schools. Registration will last from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. A child

Wayne County Names New Planning Director

On Tuesday, Wayne County announced that Barry Gray had been hired as the new Planning Director. Gray is a Wayne County native from the Patetown/Stoney Creek community. He has worked

More Youth Apply For Summer Jobs

The extension pays off as more teens sign up for Goldsboro's Summer Youth Employment Initiative. Goldsboro Community Relations Director Shycole Simpson-Carter provided the city council with an update on