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Monday, July 31, 2006

City Hall Phase Two

News-Argus/Mitch Loeber Willie Lovett loads wood from Goldsboro's original City Hall Friday afternoon. Demolition started last week and many of the rooms on the first floor have been gutted. City officials said they want to see "whatÍs behind the...

Temperatures headed for 100

Wayne County residents won't have to ask -- "hot enough for you?" -- this week. With temperatures expected to reach 100 degrees and heat warnings expected, it will be plenty hot enough for anyone. In a special weather statement released...

Workers check condition of original city building

Interior demolition has begun inside Goldsboro's original City Hall building, marking the official start of Phase II of the city's three-phase project. Assistant City Manager Tasha Logan said contractors are currently pulling up carpet and linoleum floors, removing the panel...

More than $230,000 needed for new shelter

Wayne County residents have raised about $16,500 of a requested $250,000 for a new animal shelter. Earlier this month, County Manager Lee Smith said the county would allocate about $750,000 for a new shelter, and that construction could begin as...

Barn burns in early morning fire

Arson is suspected in a morning fire that burned an abandoned building off Old Grantham Road, officials said. Mar Mac Fire Chief Bill Harrell said responders got the call at around 8:20 this morning that a building was burning near...

Public records

Fire destroys Eureka home EUREKA -- A Eureka family lost everything in a fire this weekend at their home on Davis Street Extension. Owners Sam and Carolyn Sutton and their three children were not at home at the time the...