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Friday, March 25, 2005

Easter preparations

News-Argus/Kaye Nesbit Doris Hood left and Betty Rose Sutton finish setting up the Easter display at Falling Creek Baptist Church in Grantham on Thursday. The two women said that each year church members set up the cross display, complete...

Bill seeks help for brain injury victimes

When state money is distributed for health programs, people suffering from traumatic brain injuries are largely forgotten, says state Sen. John Kerr. That's something he is trying to change. Kerr introduced a bill in the Senate this week that asks...

Groups seek more awareness of brain injury

It's called the "silent epidemic" because, for many, brain injuries go undiagnosed. "People don't even know that they have a brain injury," said Darlene Wetzel, community outreach coordinator with the Brain Injury Association of North Carolina. "It's sometimes missed when...

College building ahead of schedule

Good weather has brought Wayne County Community College six weeks closer to opening its new Continuing Education Center. The facility is 60 percent complete, said job superintendent Pete Corser of Daniels and Daniels of Goldsboro, the contractor for the project....

Hospital names interim chief nursing officer

Debra Hernandez, the chief nursing officer at Wayne Memorial Hospital for nearly three years, leaves next month to take over the same job at Durham Regional Hospital. Hospital officials have announced an interim chief nursing officer until a permanent replacement...

Public records

Sex offenses get 25-year term A 23-year-old Goldsboro man has been sentenced to up to 25 years in prison after being convicted by a Wayne County Superior Court jury of four felony sex offenses with a 2-year-old child. Johnnie Edward...

Briefly

Deeds office on line Real estates transactions from 1969 to the present in Wayne County may be looked up on the county's new web site. The web site is www.waynegov.com. Register of Deeds Lois Mooring said her office went on...