Saturday 23 Jun 2018

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WCC Signs Co-Admission Agreement With ECU

Wayne Community College is one of 14 community colleges that have signed a co-admission agreement with East Carolina University that is designed to improve transfer student access and success through […]

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Grand Opening Set For New Farmer’s Market

Wayne County’s new farmer’s market is scheduled to open next week. The Farm Credit Farmer’s Market officially opens for business on Tuesday, June 26th at noon. Horticulture Agent Jessica Strickland with

GPD Searches For Missing Man

Authorities are searching for a missing Goldsboro man. 36-year-old Charles A. Moore was last seen near the 400 block of E. Ash Street in mid-March. A Silver Alert was issued

Drug Arrest During REACT Team Patrol

A suspect is taken into custody on drug charges during the latest REACT Team patrol. On Friday, Goldsboro Police and the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office teamed for a

NWS Issues Heat Advisory For Area

Another Heat Advisory is in effect across Central and Eastern North Carolina today. The National Weather Service says the Heat Advisory will be in effect from 11 AM

NCCFCU’s “Do More” Scholarship

North Carolina Community Federal Credit Union announces the recipients of its "Do More" Scholarship. The “Do More” Scholarship Program provides students with financial advice that they can carry with them

Goldsboro H.S. Class Of ’48 To Hold Reunion

The Goldsboro High School Class of 1948 will meet for its 70th reunion this month. The Class of ’48 will meet with the Earthquake Group at noon on June

New County Budget Avoids Tax Increase

Wayne County’s new budget is approved, and a tax increase is not part of the new financial plan. County Manager Craig Honeycutt told the Wayne County Board Tuesday the

Facebook Series Shines Spotlight On Food Pantry (PHOTOS)

A local food pantry gets hooked up thanks to TV host Mike Rowe. Rowe, the host of programs such as Discovery Channel's “Dirty Jobs," showed up in Mount Olive

Shooting Suspect Turns Himself In

The suspect from a weekend shooting in Goldsboro is taken into custody. The Goldsboro Police Department reports 33-year-old Demarcus M. Davis of Goldsboro turned himself in on Monday