Wednesday 19 Jun 2019

Southern Wayne High JROTC Unit Awarded

The Southern Wayne High Air Force JROTC Unit (NC-023) was recently selected as one of 94 units nationwide to receive the 2018-2019 Air Force JROTC Outstanding Organization Award, the third […]

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Council Sets Censure Hearing For July

A Goldsboro City Council member will have to wait until mid-July for his censure hearing. Monday evening, the Goldsboro City Council set July 15th as the date for the

WCC Breaks Ground For New Facility (PHOTOS)

For the first time in over a decade, a major construction project will change the landscape at Wayne Community College. The college held a groundbreaking Monday morning for its

Chamber Accepting Leadership Wayne Class Project Applications

Annually, the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Wayne participants complete multiple criteria before graduation, including implementing a community project. The project is an important team-building exercise and

Car Overturns Near Mt. Olive Airport (PHOTOS)

Early Monday afternoon, Mount Olive firefighters and Wayne County EMS Station 9 were dispatched to a single vehicle crash on Northeast Church Road between Old Mount Olive Highway

Power Line Falls In School Parking Lot (PHOTOS)

A power line fell across the the parking lot of the old Carver School on South Breazeale Avenue in Mount Olive Monday afternoon. Mount Olive Fire and EMS

Suspect Accused Of Stealing A Hearse

On June 6th, the Goldsboro Police Department took a report on a vehicle that was stolen from the 600 block of E. Ash Street.  A 2003 Cadillac Hearse

Post 11 Wins Two Weekend Games

By ANDREW STEVENS WINTERVILLE -- Wayne County Post 11 picked up a pair of victories over the weekend at Pitt Community College. Wayne County defeated Pitt County Post 39 9-4

Blueberry Dessert Contest Winners (PHOTOS)

With fresh, local blueberries now in season, the Farm Credit Farmers Market held a blueberry dessert contest on June 14th with 14 mouth-watering entries. The winners of the

Maxwell Center Generates Over $5 Million For Local Economy

The Travel and Tourism Department for the City of Goldsboro and Wayne County, also known as Visit Goldsboro, has published an economic impact report on the first operating