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Monday, February 23, 2004

Project Homestead; warnings unheeded

GREENSBORO -- In-dependent auditors for a non-profit homebuilder warned for six years against its sending top leaders on more than a dozen Caribbean cruises and giving employees cash advances. The warnings -- along with encouragement for Project Homestead to...

Survivor of crash still critical

Sandra Maldonado, 12, is in the intensive care unit of Wayne Memorial Hospital in critical condition, the only member of her family to survive a collision that occurred Saturday near Mount Olive. She was riding with her parents and sisters...

AcuScan in all hospital units

New electronic equipment to ensure that patients get accurate doses of medicine is now in use throughout Wayne Memorial Hospital. The equipment is based on bar codes. The hospital has been putting it into use for more than a...

Leak might threaten Mt. Olive plant

A state agency has released information on its website about a possible industrial plant in Mount Olive before the deal was completed. Now Wayne County's economic developers are waiting to see if there will be any repercussions from the...

Three Wayne youths get Congressional awards

Three Wayne County youths received Congressional Awards Thursday at a ceremony at the Wayne Center. They were Jonathan Stutts, Sarah Finch and Kate Nichols. Presenting the awards was Congressman Walter Jones. The Congressional Award is a public-private partnership created...

OPINION - Gene Price

How Elmer met Matt Elmer "Pappy" Simmons was one of Goldsboro's more affable characters of the last century. Until retirement, he served for many years as the superintendent of Goldsboro's streets. He also was one of the original members of...

Public records

Nine people injured in county collisions Nine people were injured and damages were estimated at $58,000 in six recent traffic collisions in Wayne County, officers reported. *A car ran off the right side of Spruce Street near Hollowell Street at...