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Monday, July 24, 2006

State agrees to reduce runoff fee

The General Assembly has lowered nitrogen runoff fees throughout the Neuse River Basin, which will benefit local developers looking to build or expand in Wayne County, officials say. During construction at a new development, sediments, such as nitrogen and phosphorus,...

Summer storm hits fast, some flooding

High winds, flooded streets and an unconfirmed tornado touchdown caused problems for some Wayne and Duplin residents Sunday, officials said. This latest rain event, which gauges at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base reported brought 1.63 inches of water to Goldsboro...

Doctor warns of drug's side effects

Cumulative effects of osteoporosis drugs also used for cancer patients have doctors and patients concerned about other problems the medicines could cause later. The widely used drugs, called bisphosphonates, have been linked to a rare side effect that causes parts...

MOC students to see changes

MOUNT OLIVE -- New and returning students to Mount Olive College this fall will see more than a few changes to the surroundings, officials say. In addition to ongoing construction projects around the campus, resident students will be in for...

Public records

3 teens arrested following break-in Three teenagers were arrested before dawn today by Wayne County sheriff's deputies and charged with crimes in connection with a break-in at Wild Indian Gun Company at 2305 U.S. 13 North. Sheriff's Sgt. Sherwood Daly...

Software classes available

Classes on the Adobe InDesignCS2 software will be held from 6-9 p.m. on Wednesdays, Aug. 16 through Dec. 13. To guarantee a seat in the course, students are encouraged to register and pay the $60 fee in advance either online...

CPR courses offered at WCC

Wayne Community College Continuing Education will offer a two-session Infant, Child and Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and First Aid course for American Heart Association certification. Classes will be held on July 31 and Aug. 1 from 6-10 p.m. in Room 112...