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Sunday, July 23, 2006

Ethics will be on agenda for last week of session

Members of the North Carolina General Assembly, which has been in a short session since May, decided to extend the session one more week before adjourning, mostly to reach a decision on ethics reform legislation, some Wayne County's representatives report....

Still no resolution to alley fight

MOUNT OLIVE -- A more than 2-year-old battle over a strip of pavement off James Street isn't over yet. So far, the bill for the battle has been more than $70,000 in the effort to win an alley not quite...

City Council has zoning demolition on its plate

Goldsboro City Council members will have plenty on their docket at their final meeting of the month Monday at 7 p.m. Four public hearings will be held, including two dealing with zoning issues. The first, involves a request by V.M....

Concert schedule ready for state fair

From staff reports RALEIGH -- Contemporary Christian bands, Nashville stars and R&B hitmakers will take the Dorton Arena stage at the 2006 N.C. State Fair this October. Concert tickets range from $5 to $20 and will be sold online at...

PUBLIC RECORD

Multiple Assault Two men were injured with the same baseball bat during a fight on the 400 block of North Virginia Street Saturday morning, Goldsboro police said. According to a police report, Dexter Bunn, 54, stepped outside his home with...

Superior Court

Wayne County Superior Court These cases have been heard in Wayne County Superior Court: *Jonathan Frank James, 38, Bull Drive, Princeton, assault on a female, not guilty. *Kenneth Carroll Grady, 32, Albert Grady Road, Mount Olive, possession of stolen goods,...