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Thursday, November 24, 2005

Agencies offer help for needy

Volunteer organizations, church groups and other charities across Wayne County were hard at work this week, ensuring that no one would go hungry on this Thanksgiving Day. "It's really important that, during the holidays, we don't just focus on our...

Empty Stocking Fund makes dreams come true

Each year, Jackson & Sons Heating & Air Conditioning sends its customers a thank-you ... and the customers thank them back. The thank-you is a contribution to the Empty Stocking Fund, a project that provides needy children with toys, clothes...

This season's hottest toys

X-Box 360 is No. 1 Monday, hours before midnight, children and parents of all ages lined up at local stores to buy an item that was not on the shelf yet. When the clock struck 12, and Monday became Tuesday,...

These kids have all the secrets

Forget about calling the Butterball hotline on how to cook a turkey this year. Not necessary when there are experts to offer tried and true turkey tips right here in Wayne County. When it comes to readying a turkey for...

Turkey not a big deal to inmates - they get it almost every day

Thousands of Wayne County residents will celebrate Thanksgiving with a turkey dinner -- and so will the 190 or so inmates in the Wayne County Jail. But it's not such a big deal for the inmates, because they get turkey...

Public Records

3 people charged with drug offenses Three Goldsboro people were arrested Wednesday by the Goldsboro Police Department's Support Services Division and charged with multiple drug offenses. Two pounds of marijuana, more than 10 grams of cocaine and several Hydrocodone pills...

Master's degree to be offered

KENANSVILLE -- The School of Social Work at East Carolina University will sponsor a part-time Master of Social Work program at James Sprunt Community College, beginning in May. An orientation meeting for interested students will be held Dec. 6 at...