Log in

Sign up

November 18, 2005 archives

View Archive

Friday, November 18, 2005

Children hit by car

News-Argus/Mitch Loeber Several people watch over an injured student until EMS workers arrive this morning at Greenwood Middle School. Two students were hit by a car in a crosswalk on East Ash Street. For more information see Two children...

Two children hit by car outside school

By KENNETH FINE News-Argus Staff Writer Two students were injured when they were struck by a vehicle on their way to Greenwood Middle School this morning. Police and school officials would not release the names of the two students, both...

Five teenagers face multiple felony charges

By JACK STEPHENS News-Argus Staff Writer Five Wayne County teenagers were arrested Thursday and charged by the Wayne County Sheriff's Office with multiple felony offenses in connection break-ins at a convenience store in Eureka and numerous vehicles. The defendants were...

Fayetteville publisher speaks at alumni event

By TURNER WALSTON News-Argus Staff Writer MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive College kicked off its Alumni Weekend this morning with a breakfast at the Murphy Regional Center on campus. Charles Broadwell, publisher of The Fayetteville Observer, spoke on "Behind the...

Yvonne Goodman wins state college award

By BONNIE EDWARDS News-Argus Staff Writer A longtime employee of Wayne Community College was to be named the best community college staff member in the state today. Yvonne Goodman was headed to Raleigh this morning to accept the award for...

Warming Tree Project begun by Wayne brother and sister

By PHYLLIS MOORE News-Argus Staff Writer A Wayne County brother and sister have started a project to collect gloves, mittens, scarves, socks and hats for the needy this winter. Called "The Warming Tree," the goal is to set up 10...

NCSU to honor military at Saturday's game

By TURNER WALSTON News-Argus Staff Writer North Carolina State University will pay tribute to United States military members and veterans during Saturday's football game at Carter-Finley Stadium against Middle Tennessee State University. Two representatives from each branch of the military...

Public records

Teens charged Two teenagers were arrested before dawn today after Goldsboro police investigated a suspicious vehicle in the McDonalds restaurant parking lot on Wayne Memorial Drive. Jeremy Edward Jenkins, 18, of Durham Lake Road, Dudley, and Broderick Jermaine Randall, 19,...

Seven Springs Christmas Parade Saturday

From staff reports SEVEN SPRINGS -- The Seven Springs Christmas Parade will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday. Seven Springs Town Clerk Deanna Grady said she has registered more than 40 entries for the parade. The Spring Creek High School...

Mount Olive sponsors open house downtown

By BONNIE EDWARDS News-Argus Staff Writer MOUNT OLIVE -- The annual holiday open house held Thursday evening in downtown Mount Olive featured a visit by Santa Claus and the lighting of the town's Christmas lights. Luminaries led people to the...

MOC Founder's Day celebration Tuesday

MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive College will celebrate 54 years of Christian higher education at its annual Founders Day event on Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Rodgers Chapel. Barbara Woodall Hinton, an MOC alumna and retired elementary educator, will give...