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Monday, August 29, 2005

Young Robin

News-Argus/Mitch Loeber Mildred Cannon gives Robin, a robin the Cannon family raised after it fell from its mother's nest, a kiss at their home in Goldsboro Friday. Robin is so tame that the little bird comes when Mrs. Cannon...

Officials want to talk with neighbors

Mayor Al King and City Manager Joe Huffman know Goldsboro has problems that must be addressed, and that each neighborhood has a different idea of which need is most pressing. For some residents, it is crime, while others are worried...

This robin is just a whistle away

Melvin and Mildred Cannon of Black Jack Church Road are worried about their daughter, 3-month-old Robin. Like any parents, the Cannons wonder what will happen when their "little girl" comes of age. Will she go off on her own, or...

Volunteers should train now to help in disaster

Although Wayne County has not been hit by a hurricane this year, the season is not over until the end of November. That still leaves three months during which a hurricane could strike. Chuck Waller, director of the Wayne County...

Public record

Incidents These incidents were reported to the Wayne County Sheriff's Office and the Goldsboro Police Department. *An unknown person took an electric 1993 Ez-Go golf cart from a carport on E. Evans Road, according to owner Jerry Arnold Turner. The...

Blood drive Tuesday

The Wayne County Chapter of the American Red Cross will hold a blood drive Tuesday from 1:30 to 6 p.m. at Wayne Christian School. Donors will receive a Red Cross wristband and an Adam's Auto Wash coupon for a free...

Pat Boone to open concert series season

A performance by Pat Boone will open the 2005-06 season of the On Stage Concert Series at Johnston Community College in Smithfield. Boone's "Farewell Tour" concert is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 9, at 8 p.m. in the Paul A. Johnston...