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Thursday, April 21, 2005

In memory Hal Plonk

News-Argus/Mitch Loeber Wednesday a clock in memory of the late Hal Plonk was dedicated at Wayne Community College. The clock and a plaque were donated by the Plonk family and friends. For more information see Clock dedicated to Hal...

Wayne wants counties to pay what they owe for Eastpointe services

The Wayne Board of Commis-sioners approved a resolution Tuesday asking that Duplin and Sampson counties pay their fair share of mental health services. Commissioners learned last month that Duplin and Sampson are paying far less than the required amount for...

Clock dedicated to Hal Plonk

A 16-foot high, four-faced "street clock" was dedicated to the memory of the late Hal Plonk and his wife, Madeline, during a ceremony Wednes-day at Wayne Community College. Plonk was mayor of Goldsboro for 22 years, serving until his death...

Safety concerns may force farmers market to move

Concerns over safety may force the relocation of the Goldsboro Farmers Market from South Center Street. The market is scheduled to open in two weeks. A recent inspection of the farmers' market complex revealed problems with building roofs and sidewalks,...

Public records

Accident A Goldsboro motorist was injured in a two-vehicle accident at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Winn-Dixie parking lot off Wayne Memorial Drive. Johnnie Ray Simmons, 37, of Higgins Street was treated and released from Wayne Memorial Hospital. Simmons was...

Officers attend highway safety meeting

Six Goldsboro police officers are attending a two-day Governor's Highway Safety Program law-enforcement kickoff meeting at Atlantic Beach. Capts. Glenn Barnes, Al King, Mike Conerly and John Biggins and Sgts. Grayham Keesler and Mike West were updated today on 2005...

Briefly

Book sale The Friends of the Wayne County Public Library will hold its semi-annual book sale this weekend at the Goldsboro library, 1001 E. Ash St. The public can look through thousands of books Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 4...

Estimated quarterly taxes may be filed online

People who need to file quarterly estimated income taxes with the N.C. Department of Revenue can now do so through its website, www.dornc.com. Taxpayers can pay their taxes by credit or debit card (MasterCard or Visa) or by bank draft....