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Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Fatal wreck

News-Argus/Bobby Williams State troopers work at the scene of a fatal wreck Monday night at the intersection of N.C. 55 and N.C. 111 in southern Wayne County. For more information see Man dies after truck hits car....

Man dies after truck hits car

From staff reports An unknown man was killed in a crash of a car and a tractor-trailer Monday night at the intersection of N.C. 111 South and N.C. 55 in southeastern Wayne County. Highway Patrol investigators did not have any...

Moore found guilty

Marcus Dominique Moore was convicted Monday night of second-degree murder and sentenced to 18-23 years in prison for last year's fatal shooting of a Goldsboro man. A Wayne County Superior Court jury of nine women and three men deliberated for...

Red Cross expects blood supply crisis

Despite an adequate supply of blood at present, Red Cross officials say they expect supplies to dwindle as the holiday season approaches. An increase in travel, and therefore accidents, pushes the demand for blood higher, just as it does during...

Blood drives scheduled

From staff reports Following is the Bloodmobile schedule for October for the Wayne County Chapter of the American Red Cross: *Oct. 1: Berkeley Mall from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. *Oct. 4: Charles B. Aycock High School from 8:30 a.m....

City condemns former Kemp Furniture site

City Council members looked at two property issues, one centering on traffic and the other on asbestos, at their meeting Monday. Council voted unanimously to condemn property located at 700 S. George St., which is currently owned by Resources Exchange...

Public records

Man wounded A 24-year-old Goldsboro man was shot Monday as he walked in the 300 block of South Carolina Street, according to a Goldsboro police report. Michael J. Montgomery of West Pine Street was taken to Wayne Memorial Hospital, where...

Kindergardner organizes fundraiser

Little Michael Humphrey saw the devastation of Hurricane Katrina on television. So, when his class decided they wanted to do something to help the families on the Gulf Coast, he knew just what to do. "I got the money from...

Early dismissal for Wayne schools Wednesday

From staff reports Students in Wayne County Public Schools will be dismissed early on Wednesday in order for teachers to attend staff development workshops. This is one of 10 days set aside in the school calendar for student early dismissal....

Wayne 4-H assists in Katrina relief

Wayne County 4-H'er and Pikeville resident Michael Atkins is collecting school supplies for children in Mississippi who were affected by Hurricane Katrina. He is collecting items such as pencils, notebooks, rulers, binders -- basic school supplies. They may be...

August fire remains under investigation

Four residential fires were among the 179 calls that the Goldsboro Fire Department answered in August. A fire that destroyed a $30,000 vacant home at 1117 Olivia Lane on Aug. 5 remains under investigation by police. "We believe the fire...