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Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Starbase

News-Argus/Kaye Nesbit Weapons Systems Officer Capt. Reggie Ramsey of the 336th Fighter Squadron, talks to Starbase student Hannah Neiman from Tommy's Road Elementary during an F-15E Strike Eagle simulation at the Donnie R. Holland building at Seymour Johnson Air...

County might ask to wait to add nurse

Wayne County's Board of Commissioners is considering asking the county Health Department to wait another year for additional funding -- and directing $270,000 of that request to other budget line items -- including Wayne Community College. The health department had...

Neuse River expected to crest today

The Neuse River was expected to crest early today at about 20 feet, and experts said the water level should begin to fall by Thursday. The river level was at 19.7 feet at about 10 p.m. Tuesday, officials with the...

Strike Eaglets ... rising 5th graders explore at SJAFB camp

Timothy Naughton, 10, and his 9-year-old weapons systems officer, Alex Whitley, spent a few minutes Tuesday upside down, dropping bombs on houses at more than 400 miles per hour. It was a thrill, but being a middle school F-15E pilot...

Victim in crash identified

A 40-year-old Goldsboro woman has been identified as the victim of a two-vehicle collision Tuesday morning on Claridge Nursery Road. Monique Olivieri, of 201 Crescent Creek Drive, was killed in a head-on crash soon after 9 a.m., family members confirmed....

Residents will weigh options in annexation

Residents living in the neighborhoods near Buck Swamp and Salem Church roads are taking last week's ruling in the annexation case by Superior Court Judge Ripley Rand in stride, and will discuss the issue as a community before deciding to...

Fromont residents won't see new taxes or fees

FREMONT -- Fremont residents will pay the same property tax rate and the same fees for water and sewer and electricity in 2006-07 as they did this past fiscal year. After a brief discussion, the town board unanimously approved a...

No new taxes planned for Mount Olive

MOUNT OLIVE -- No tax increase is in store for residents of the town of Mount Olive, but town employees will still get a raise in the coming year. The Mount Olive Board of Commissioners adopted a 2006-2007 budget Monday...

Public records

Man assaulted A 31-year-old Goldsboro man was assaulted Tuesday night by his two former roommates in a home in the 200 block of East Vine Street, Goldsboro police reported. Christopher Douglas Godfrey told officers that as he was removing his...