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Thursday, April 15, 2004

Pond fills with more than water

When it rains, it pours. Trash, that is. Residents of one development in Goldsboro say they have problems with trash floating into their neighborhood every time it rains. Ava and Don Callahan live on Stephens Street in the Willow...

Old records reveal Mt. Olive can't close alley

MOUNT OLIVE -- The town board may rescind a vote taken earlier this month that allowed a businessman to close an alley. The town board approved Rick Kraft's plan to install a gate at the James Street end of...

Farmer's Market to open May 1

No matter what the weather is like, one of the absolute signs of spring in Goldsboro is the opening of the Farmer's Market. For more than 50 years the market on South Center Street has been a source of...

More file taxes electronically, fewer in Post Office lines

Goldsboro tax offices are still having last-minute filers, and many are choosing to send their forms electronically to the IRS. Unlike past years, post offices in the county aren't planning to stay open late on this tax deadline day....

Home, Health and Hospice holds career discovery day

Children on spring break this week were given an opportunity to begin thinking about careers in the health field. Employees at Home Health and Hospice were invited to bring a child to work on Wednesday as part of its...

Health Department holds abstinence essay contest

Wayne County high school students are being asked to explain why abstinence is the best choice for teens to prevent pregnancy. The Health Department is sponsored its first essay contest on the subject last year and received over 60...

Public records

Two motorists charged with reckless driving Both drivers were charged with reckless driving after a two-vehicle collision Wednesday on Salem Church Road near Fedelon Trail, a Goldsboro police report said. One northbound driver, Thomas Edgar Bauer Jr., 32, of Robin...

Briefly

World War II re-enactment The Wayne County Museum is holding a re-enactment on Saturday called, "The American and German Soldiers during World War II." The goal is to take attendees back in time to experience the war through the eyes...

Kenan, North Duplin school consolidation ideas sought

WARSAW -- A Warsaw businessman says his pro-consolidation group will entertain any ideas for a solution to problems in the James Kenan school district. Warsaw Chamber President Jim Harris said his group wants to consolidate James Kenan and North...

Caregiver Education Conference scheduled

More and more families are being affected by Alzheimer's disease and dementia. A caregiver education conference is planned for next week, with a full day of information sessions and resource options. The conference will be held on Wednesday in...