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Friday, September 17, 2004

Hospital Cafeteria makeover

News-Argus/Barbara Arntsen Subdued lighting and warmer colors are designed to make the new dining room at the hospital cafeteria a pleasant place to eat. For more information see Hospital revamps cafeteria to offer space and choice....

MOC to offer new nursing degree

DURHAM -- The Watts School of Nursing, North Carolina's oldest nursing diploma program, has announced that it will join with Mount Olive College next year to offer an associate of science degree in nursing. "Today's nursing students are seeking the...

Hospital revamps cafeteria to offer space and choice

One of Wayne County's restaurants has just gotten bigger, but you've got to know your way around the hospital to get to the food. The newly renovated cafeteria at Wayne Memorial Hospital is now open, offering a plethora of choices...

Residents give opinions on community building

Wayne County citizens want the burned-out Community Building rebuilt, and most want it rebuilt at its old downtown location, says Goldsboro Parks & Recreation Director Neil Bartlett. Last month the building's board of trustees asked for written comments from the...

Wayne puts deeds information on Web

When was your house built? How big is it? How big is your lot? Who owns that vacant land? Is any of it in the flood zone? Is it inside the city limits? How much did your neighbors pay for...

WCC Foundation starts fund drive

The Foundation of Wayne Community College started its annual campus fund drive Tuesday with a lunch for more than 300 of the college's faculty and staff members. The meal was donated by Boondoggle's Family Restaurant, "People's Choice Award" winner at...

Lila Fagan turns 101

Lila Fagan read aloud a letter from the Goldsboro Mayor Al King congratulating her on her 101st birthday Thursday. The print was standard size, not enlarged. Younger folks at her home, the Alterra Sterling House Assisted Living Residence on Berkeley...

Public records

Murder charge A man wanted since 2001 for a murder in Pennsylvania was arrested Thursday in Goldsboro. Nicholas Hudson, 32, was arrested by three Federal Bureau of Investigation agents and six Goldsboro police investigators after a brief chase. Officers began...

Briefly

Veterans' parade set The immediate past commander of the national American Legion, Ray Smith of Benson, will speak during the second annual Princeton Veterans Day celebration. Korean War veterans will be the special honored guests for the Nov. 6 program...

Mount Olive Rotary names Harris Fellows

MOUNT OLIVE -- The Rotary Club bestowed three Paul Harris Fellowships on Thursday night at the Southern Belle. One of the fellowships, each of which is worth $1,000, was presented posthumously to Rotarian Norbert Wilson. Another went to Greg O'Donoghue...