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Monday, March 13, 2006

Honor List School

News-Argus/Kaye Nesbit Teacher Sherrie Cogdell teaches math to her third-grade class today at Meadow Lane Elementary. The school recently was honored for achieving high growth standards under the state's accountability program. For more information see XXX.-->...

Arguments begin in annexation challenge

Lawyers for the city of Goldsboro and opponents of annexation were back in court this morning as the two sides continued their legal battle. Good Neighbors United, a group of residents living along Salem Church and Buck Swamp roads,...

Meadow Lane Elementary on state's honor list for 9th time

Meadow Lane Elementary School will be recognized later this month for having achieved high growth standards under the state's ABCs accountability program for nine years in a row. On March 29, school representatives will be presented with an Academic Excellence...

Wayne will join lawsuit challenging eye exams

From staff reports The Wayne County Board of Education voted Friday to join school boards across the state in a lawsuit seeking to nullify a new law requiring "comprehensive eye exams" for children entering kindergarten. The board met in closed...

City official finishes government course

Goldsboro's Assistant City Manager Tasha Logan has added to her list of credentials -- and joined an elite group at the same time. Ms. Logan recently completed a seven-month course in municipal administration at the University of North Carolina at...

Public records

Drug charges Two men were arrested Saturday night by the Goldsboro-Wayne County Drug Squad and charged with felony drug offenses after a traffic stop in the 400 block of Stanley Chapel Church Road. Samuel Jackson, 20, of Winterville, was charged...

Meadow Lane students raise money for student, Louisiana school, charity

Students at Meadow Lane Elementary School raised $1,300 from their recent Valentine card and candy sale and in turn donated all the money to three causes. On Friday, students from multi-age classes celebrated the success of the third annual Valentine...

Duplin wants roads cleared

KENANSVILLE -- Duplin County officials are looking for ways to make mobile home park owners do a better job of maintaining roads within their parks, some of which are nearly impassable for emergency vehicles. County Fire Marshal Craig Forlines said...