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Thursday, June 2, 2005

Accident on Edwards Store Road

News-Argus/Bobby Williams Volunteers from the Grantham and Jordan's Chapel fire departments work at the scene of a fatal accident this morning on Edwards Store Road near U.S. 13. For more information see Two die in crash....

Two die in crash

GRANTHAM -- A son and his mother were killed Wednesday night in a one-car accident that was not discovered until today, the Highway Patrol said. The victims were identified as the driver, Christopher Dale Harrell, 31, and the passenger, Brenda...

Charges filed against man in police shooting

A 19-year-old man who allegedly pulled a gun on a Goldsboro police officer and then was shot was charged Wednesday with three felony firearms violations and other offenses. Tremayne Navaris Carmichael, 19, of Beech Street was taken to Wayne Memorial...

Lane wants his lawyers back on case

Eric Glenn Lane, accused of murdering a 5-year-old girl, now wants his standby lawyers to represent him in his death-penalty case. It was the latest in a series of twists in the first-degree murder trial in Wayne County Superior Court....

Sen. Burr learns about Wayne reading program

Sen. Richard Burr found out first-hand Wednesday about Wayne County's Reach Out and Read program when he visited Carolina Adult and Pediatric Center. "What's your name?" asked 4-year-old Corie Stanley, as Burr seated himself at the reading table in the...

Council sets new hearing on annexation

Annexation opponents will get another chance this month to convince the Goldsboro City Council that they don't want to be part of the city. The council has announced it will have a new public hearing on whether the city should...

Public records

Speed listed as cause of fatal crash A 21-year-old airman who was killed early Sunday in a one-car wreck on U.S. 13 was traveling north at a high rate of speed, state Highway Patrol Trooper J.L. Graham wrote in his...

Briefly

Salvation Army change announced Captain John Leidy of the Goldsboro Salvation Army will assume the responsibilities of the Cleveland and Rutherford counties Salvation Army programs beginning in late July. He will be leaving Goldsboro at the end of June, and...

Wayside facility for recovering women addicts needs help

Wayne County's only residential facility for recovering women addicts doesn't have enough money to operate. Wayside Fellowship Home has relocated its residents to other facilities until it can get some help, said Ada Melvin, director. She estimates it will take...