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Thursday, February 10, 2005

Cheers erupt as airmen arrive on base

Hundreds of family members and friends erupted in cheers as four buses carrying about 300 airmen arrived at the community center at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base on Wednesday. The airmen of the 4th Fighter Wing arrived home shortly before...

Jones to take closer look at prison closing proposal

Third District Congressman Walter B. Jones Jr. says he is looking carefully at the government's proposal to close the Federal Prison Camp at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. The closing is recommended by the Federal Bureau of Prisons as a...

Public records

Eight charges A 42-year-old man from Georgia was arrested Wednesday night by Goldsboro police and charged with seven felony and one misdemeanor offenses. Danny Ray Roberts of Kathleen, Ga., was charged with two felony counts of possession of stolen goods,...

County planning board asks that bridge over the Little River be named after highway patrolman

The Wayne County Planning Board is asking that the new bridge over the Little River, on Highway 581 North, be named in memory of Highway Patrol Trooper John R. Deans. That request is being forwarded to the county commissioners. Desmond...

Briefly

Give kids a smile On Friday, Feb. 25, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., students from Northwest Elementary School and Rosewood Elementary School will be participating in "Give Kids a Smile Day" at Wayne Community College. Wayne County Public Schools,...

Seymour wings get a facelift, courtesy of airmen

For 46 years, the sculpted Air Force wings off the traffic circle at the intersection of Center and Ash s have proudly welcomed people to "Goldsboro, N.C., Home of Seymour Johnson A.F.B." Today, residents can be a little prouder --...