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Tuesday, May 11, 2004

Renovations to Wayne hospital cafeteria nearing completion

The Wayne Memorial Hospital cafeteria remains open during the final stage of renovations -- just don't expect any iced tea for the next three months. The $2.2 million project is expected to be finished by mid-July. Cafeteria service moved...

"Angel 1" honors Wayne law officers

A law-enforcement angel descended Monday on Wayne County, bearing special plaques, ribbons and other honors for the officers who she says work in deplorable conditions. Lisa L. Leduc, called "Angel 1" and the "law-enforcement diva," has conducted a one-woman...

Relay luminaria service will honor deceased

Four special hearts will light up the bleachers at this year's Relay for Life. The Wayne County Unit of the American Cancer Society's Relay will be held Friday and Saturday at Eastern Wayne High School. The luminaria service starts...

Waters reappointed to MLK Commission

Gov. Mike Easley has reappointed Earnest Waters of Goldsboro to serve on the state's Martin Luther King Commission for another four-year term. It will be Waters' third term on the commission, beginning July 1 and running through June 2008....

Rosewood High students place first in statewide FBLA competition

Rosewood High School students have placed first in a statewide Future Business Leaders of America competition held in Greensboro. The club's debate team brought home the first-place trophy after participating in the state competition. Team members are Erin Gamble, Stacy...

Industry golf tournament

Employees from businesses across Wayne County gathered Monday for a day of golf and camaraderie. The event at Walnut Creek Country Club was to honor industries, and the weather made it even more enjoyable for the full field of...

Public records

Two hurt in wreck A driver and his passenger were ejected Monday night from their sport utility vehicle after it overturned off Old Smithfield Road, a Goldsboro police report said. The driver, Ray Shields Brogden, 21, of Ridgefield Drive, Dudley,...

Briefly

Downtown Jam The year's first Center Street Jam will be Thursday from 5:30 to 8 p.m. and will feature the Fantastic Shakers. The Downtown Goldsboro Development Corporation is inviting everyone to come and enjoy the sounds of great beach music...