Saturday 20 Jan 2018

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WCC Cancels Wednesday Classes

Wayne Community College will be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 17 due to the incoming winter storm. All college classes and activities are cancelled until Thursday, Jan. 18 when normal operations […]

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Wayne County Public Schools Closed Wednesday

Due to the threat of inclement weather, Wayne County Public Schools will be CLOSED for both students and staff on Wednesday, January 17. Make-Up Day - Traditional Academic Calendar: The

2 Vehicles Shot In Goldsboro

Two people escape injury when their vehicle is shot in Goldsboro.  The Goldsboro Police Department says officers responded to a Shot Spotter alert on the 200 block of

One Person Killed In Goldsboro Vehicle Wreck

One person dies in a Goldsboro traffic crash. The accident occurred around 11:30 AM Monday morning when a single vehicle ran off the road on Spence Avenue near

5 WCPS Math Teachers Honored

Last week, five Wayne County Public Schools teachers were recognized by the Wayne County Board of Education for having been ranked in the top 15 of North Carolina

WCC Presents Panel On Leading Change

Wayne Community College’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration will be a discussion of “Achieving the Dream: Leading and Empowering Change.” A panel will talk about how change

Say It Ain’t Snow!

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the region including Wayne County.  Some light snow is possible across Central and Eastern North Carolina on Wednesday. Brandon Locklear,

Off-Duty Deputy Suffers Severe Burns

An off-duty Lenoir County Sheriff’s Deputy is severely burned in a fire at her home. Deputy Ray Hart has been with the Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office since May

Over $100,000 In Property Stolen From Local DOT

Three people are accused of stealing from the local Department of Transportation, and one of the suspects is an NCDOT employee. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office took a

Citizens Demand Action On Coal Ash Pits

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- Environmental advocates and families impacted by coal ash from power plants joined together to mark 1,000 days since they have to used bottled