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Thursday, November 25, 2004

Volunteers serve meals

While most of us are relaxing at home today with loved ones stuffing ourselves on turkey, candied yams and pumpkin pie, there are some people who have no relatives to share the day with and still others who don't even...

More toys stolen

The woman who grabbed expensive toys from a Toys for Tots collection box at Wal-Mart may have done the same thing at another store in Goldsboro, police said Wednesday. "Kmart also has filed a report of the same-type incident," Sgt....

Empty Stocking Fund seeks $33,000

The Empty Stocking Fund, Goldsboro's oldest charity, kicks off its 92nd year today. It was organized in 1912 by members of Goldsboro Woman's Club who were afraid that some children in the community would not receive anything for Christmas. The...

'Big Fish' picked for reading

Edward Bloom could tame giants, outfox wild dogs, and ran faster than the wind. Or so he always said. But as Bloom lies on his deathbed, his son realizes that he doesn't know his father other than through the wild...

Public records

Electrical failure caused store fire An electrical failure has been blamed for causing a fire in the Delmus Hardware building at 1003 N. Berkeley Blvd., a police official said Wednesday. Sgt. David Kelly said the fire started late Tuesday night...