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Friday, February 10, 2006

Baby abandoned

News-Argus/Bobby Williams A sign at the U.S. 117 South sewer pumping station for the city of Goldsboro warns trespassers. The station is located near Waynesborough Park. For more information see Baby's body found at Goldsboro lift station....

Baby's body found at Goldsboro lift station

A newborn baby was found Thursday in the Goldsboro sewer system with the umbilical cord still attached, Goldsboro police reported. The baby was dead when it was found at about 10:30 a.m. at a lift station behind Edwards Truck Stop...

No cause yet for Warsaw fire

WARSAW -- No foul play is suspected in a Tuesday morning apartment fire that took the life of a Warsaw man. Warsaw police officials said neighbors and the apartment manager tried unsuccessfully to rescue Kenneth Malcolm Holloman when they learned...

Seymour Johnson AFB unveils new F-15E demonstration team

Behind every great fighter pilot is an equally accomplished crew. Starting next month, 14 airmen from Seymour Johnson will work harder than ever, as they take their F-15E Strike Eagle demonstration team on the road. And while the pilots...

Price honored by conservation group

Gene Price, editor emeritus of the Goldsboro News-Argus, was honored with a lifetime achievement award by the Wayne County chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association. The organization's annual banquet took place Thursday evening at Walnut Creek Country Club. Andrea Heekin...

Grand jury returns murder indictment for '04 shooting

A 20-year-old man from Winston-Salem has been indicted by the Wayne County Grand Jury in the first-degree murder of a Goldsboro man in a restaurant parking lot. Shawn Naurice Holmes was accused of the fatal shooting of Lashonnie Maurice Howell...

Man shot by police to face federal charge

A Goldsboro man accused of assaulting two police officers during a traffic stop and who was shot by an officer now will be tried in federal court on a weapons charge, his lawyer said. Tremayne Navaris Carmichael, 20, of Beech...

Public records

Paper boxes taken A thief who may have wanted to be well-read stole four newspaper vending machines from stores near U.S. 117 South, according to reports filed with the Wayne County Sheriff's Office. A Goldsboro News-Argus machine was stolen between...

Professor will speak on Nuremberg Trials

The second in a series of events sponsored by the Wayne County Reads program will be held at the County Courthouse Monday at 7 p.m. The lecture will keep in tune with this year's book selection, Elie Wiesel's "Night," and...

Mental Health awards given out

Supporting military families during times when either the mother or father is deployed overseas is critical to keeping families intact, said Air Force officials Thursday at the annual awards meeting held by the Wayne County Mental Health Association. The Mental...

Wayne schools dismiss early Wednesday

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. Dismissal times will...

Family farm workshop set

KENANSVILLE -- The Duplin Cooperative Extension will hold a workshop entitled "From One Generation to Another: A Comprehensive Approach to Farm Business Succession Planning" on Wednesday from 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. at the Extension Center at Duplin Commons. The...