Saturday 25 Feb 2017


Federal Prosecutors Accuse NC Man Of Making Online Threats

Federal prosecutors have accused a North Carolina man of posting threats against non-Muslims online. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District said 27-year-old Garrett Grimsley, of Cary, appeared before […]

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WCC Student, Employees Share Disease Insight

A student and an employee at Wayne Community College want people to understand their diseases and that they are more than those conditions. Sydney Yocum, an associate in arts

Local Man Arrested Again For Larceny

A local man has been arrested again after larceny in the Rosewood area. On November 9th, 2016 a resident in the Rosewood Community reported the theft of a four

Lucama Man Charged With Indecent Liberties

A Lucama resident has been arrested and charged after inappropriate conduct with two underage girls. Earlier this month the Wayne County Sheriff's was notified regarding inappropriate conduct between two nine

Goldsboro Library Closed Due To Water Main Break

Due to a water main break resulting in restroom and water facilities being unavailable, the Goldsboro branch of the Library will be closed on Tuesday, February 21 during

UMO Music Faculty Recital Featuring Alan Armstrong

The University of Mount Olive will host a Faculty Recital on Thursday, March 16th at 7:30 p.m. in the Hazel Waters Kornegay Arena Assembly Hall, located on 207

SECU Fall Scholarships Awarded At WCC

Three students were honored for earning State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) Continuing Education Scholarships for the Fall 2016 semester at Wayne Community College. The recipients and their courses of

2017 Albertson Washington’s Day Fox Hunt

Once a year the good people of Albertson come together to help out in their annual Washington's Day Fox Hunt, and this year was no exception. The outpouring of volunteers, members

Women’s Lacrosse Defeats Catawba 12-3

The University of Mount Olive earned a 12-3 win over Catawba College in NCAA DII women's lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon in Mount Olive, N.C. Five Trojans were all

Flu Continues To Affect NC

The peak of flu season continues and two flu-related deaths have now been reported in the east, the latest being a child. The Pitt County Public Health Department says