Log in

Sign up

March 31, 2004 archives

View Archive

Wednesday, March 31, 2004

Cops catch driver

A Mount Olive man wrecked his car into a Goldsboro police car Tuesday night. And in the ensuing chase he hit three more cars, injuring two people, according to police reports. The driver, Demarcus Martell Davis, 18, of Fleer...

Motorcyclist dies

A woman riding a motorcycle died Tuesday, two days after she wrecked on Old Mount Olive Highway, a Highway Patrol report said. The victim was identified as Patricia Ann Cheek, 49, of 9104 Crosswinds Court, Kenly. State Trooper M.G. Conley...

Professor warns of religious fanaticism

Religious extremists -- Muslims, Christians, even Buddhists -- are making the world a more dangerous place, a Wake Forest University professor told an audience in Goldsboro on Tuesday night. But it would be wrong to brand all religious people...

Cooper keeps busy as Attorney General

From prosecuting bad guys to trying to clean the air, Roy Cooper finds that being the state attorney general means being involved in just about every issue that affects the state. Many North Carolinians know him from his television commercials...

Teacher scholarship applications available

Wayne County teacher scholarship applications are available for anyone interested in pursuing a teaching career in the Wayne County public schools. The deadline to apply is April 23. The program, sponsored by the county Board of Commissioners, was established in...

Public records

School sued A special education student who was injured in 2001 at Greenwood Middle School and her parents are suing the Wayne County Board of Education and five school employees. The student, Brittney Leid, and her parents, Tonita B. Mayo...

Grants awarded to recycle school paper

A new program in Wayne County plans to reuse the paper in the schools, reduce the amount being dumped in the landfill and, at the same time, help disabled people. Two Wayne County nonprofit organizations will each receive $25,000...

Briefly

Election officially over The canvass of the results of the rematch between Danny Roseborough and Jackie Warrick for a seat on the Goldsboro City Council went quickly Tuesday, with no changes in results. Warrick is still the winner, with 600...