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Sunday, May 28, 2006

Pikeville dedicates veterans memorial

The sound of the 21-gun salute still echoed in the ears of those who came out Saturday to christen the Pikeville Price of Freedom Memorial ceremony when a member of the United States Marine Corps band started playing "Taps." Most...

Cherry Hospital funds depend on House approval

The North Carolina Senate has already given its approval of a proposal included in the new state budget that will help arrange the funds to build a new Cherry Hospital in Goldsboro. Now the budget -- and the measure --...

Chamber, city resolve differences

Wayne County Chamber of Commerce's concerns about funds for the coming year were allayed Friday when chamber officials and Goldsboro City Council met to resolve budget issues. Chamber officials had been worried since council received the recommended 2006-07 fiscal year...

Parade starts day for Dillard-Goldsboro alumni

Some showed up to cheer on their classmates. Others came to seek out high school friends and teachers. And a few, just wanted to be a part of the celebration. Students, alumni and friends gathered Saturday on Center Street, as...

Central High alumni gather to reminisce

Within an hour after the conclusion of the Dillard/Goldsboro High School reunion parade, another celebration was just beginning roughly four miles north of Center Street. Alumni, friends and area neighbors lined Force Road and Longleaf Avenue Saturday afternoon to mark...

Duplin schools wait for budget numbers

KENANSVILLE -- Still waiting for a definitive budget from the state and county, the Duplin County Board of Education can only make projections on who will pay what and how much for programs and facilities during the school district's next...

Local students will take state tests this week

It's the moment teachers and students have been gearing up for all year: End-of-grade tests, which will be given this week for students in grades 3 through 8. Following Monday's holiday for the school system, testing will take place Tuesday...

Superior Court

Wayne County Superior Court These cases have been heard in Wayne County Superior Court: *Jermaine Randall Broderick, 19, Raleigh, larceny and possession of stolen goods, not guilty. *George Thomas Davis, 29, Wilbert Lane, Pikeville, possession of a firearm by a...

Public Records

Stolen property *Sasser Home Builders reported property stolen from a construction site in Pikeville. An employee showed up to install appliances at a site, a noticed they were missing. Among the items allegedly stolen were a $350 range oven, a...

MO Court

Mount Olive District Court These cases have been heard in Mount Olive District Court: *Gabriela Reyes Cruz, 53, Scotts Store Road, Mount Olive, speeding, $15 fine and costs. *Shemika Haretta McNair, 24, Peacock Street, Fremont, no registration, 30 days suspended,...

Many offices closed for Memorial Day

From staff reports Goldsboro and Wayne County offices and state and federal offices, including the Postal Service, will be closed Monday in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. City sanitation collection services scheduled for Monday will be made Wednesday, said...

District Court

Wayne County District Court These cases have been heard in Wayne County District Court: *Lottie Mae Darden, 42, Courtyard Circle, breaking and-or entering, assault and communicating threats, not guilty. *Tanika Darden, 20, Courtyard Circle, breaking and-or entering, assault and communicating...