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Monday, July 18, 2005

Eastern Wayne graduate, 'shaken' but safe in England

Corey Gildener poses in front of one of London's famous double decker buses. A bus just like these was destroyed in the London bombings of July 7. For more information see 'With love from me to you' - London...

'With love from me to you' - London bombings hit home

MOUNT OLIVE -- Like any mother with a child living far away, Linda Greenwood worries about her daughter all the time. Her daughter, Corey Gildener, lives near London, where she and her husband work. But Mrs. Greenwood was spared the...

Appeals court rules Rosewood coach can be sued

The state Court of Appeals ruled last week that the wrestling coach at Rosewood High School can be sued in federal court for violating the constitutional rights of a former student during an alleged 2001 hazing incident. That decision will...

Investigators sift through rubble from fire

State and federal fire investigators continued today to sift through the rubble of house where two people died Saturday. Roy Chester Rowe, 48, and Patricia Ann Raynor, 38, died in their home at 206 N. George St. "I have my...

Public records

Seven charges A 31-year-old Goldsboro man was arrested before dawn today by Goldsboro police and charged with seven felony offenses in connection with break-ins. Officer Bobby Smith saw a man at about 3 a.m. in the front yard of a...

Wilson man shot; suspect charged

FREMONT -- A 23-year-old man from Wilson was shot and wounded Saturday while sitting in a vehicle, and another man was arrested by Fremont police and charged with the crime. The victim was identified as Frederick Montrel Williams. He was...

Briefly

Bloodmobile The Wayne County Chapter of the American Red Cross will hold a Bloodmobile Tuesday at the chapter house, 600 N. George St., from 2 to 6:30 p.m. sponsored by the Jaycees. Donors will receive a free Red Cross T-shirt...