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Tuesday, March 22, 2005

Paramount on fast track, says Council

The lights of the Paramount Theater won't be dimmed long, members of the Goldsboro City Council said Monday night. The council appointed a nine-member committee to come up with a plan for rebuilding the burned-out theater. "We're putting this on...

U.S. 70 bypass may be slowed by lack of money, official says

It appears Wayne County may have to wait a while for a U.S. 70 bypass, but the Clayton bypass will most likely move forward this year, says a state transportation official. "We're having to cut back on some of the...

Mount Olive Airport meeting Wednesday

MOUNT OLIVE -- The Mount Olive Airport Committee will meet Wednesday morning to rethink its plans to expand the town airport. Some residents of the Kelly Springs Road area, which borders the northern end of the airport runway, are opposed...

Public records

Bad day A 24-year-old Dudley man did not have a good day Monday. Joseph Daniel Figgins of Emmaus Church Road was accused of choking a woman in the afternoon, taking his mother's car at night, driving while impaired and assaulting...

Briefly

Teacher job fair Wayne County public schools will hold its annual teacher job fair on Saturday, April 16, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the gymnasium at Goldsboro High School. Prospective teachers can visit and learn about the programs...