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Thursday, November 9, 2006

Helping others

News-Argus/Mitch Loeber Ernie Nichols leaves the Harvest Fellowship Church with food supplied by the Raleigh Food Bank this morning. The Harvest Fellowship Church Manna House on Walnut Street has a food and clothing give-away along with a short service...

Deputies seek clues in victim's murder

A Goldsboro man was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver on U.S. 70 East near Long's Plant Farm Road Tuesday evening. The body of 47-year-old Andy Melvin Anderson, who lived in a home along the highway, was found dead...

Attorney General shares ways to stop ID theft

Scam artists have never had more ways to prey on people, officials said Wednesday, and the public needs to be aware of the many ways they can be tricked out of their money. About 100 people gathered at the Wayne...

Fingers point in hearing on EMS dispute

Four charges and three guilty verdicts later, there still was no resolution Wednesday to the Duplin County case involving former county emergency medical services director Curtis Brock and former Johnston Ambulance Service and county employee Barbara Coman. The first trial...

Group home operator proposes second site in Mt. Olive

MOUNT OLIVE -- White Oak Homes will ask the planning board to approve a Hillsboro Street location for an adult day program to serve his group home clients. Owner Donald Atkinson told the town board during its regular monthly meeting...

Officials prepare Wayne in case of pandemic flu outbreak

Goldsboro has already lived through one wave of pandemic flu. Between 1918 and 1919, on many days, the streets sat vacant -- as if nobody lived inside the city limits at all. Every sneeze, cough and deep breath brought with...

Commission reviews options in Case Farms rezoning

Wayne County commis-sioners listened to the benefits and disadvantages of rezoning property owned by Case Farms at its processing plant south of Goldsboro during a public hearing on the issue Tuesday. Case officials want to expand their operation and need...

Vets Parade route changed

The Goldsboro Veterans Day parade route on Saturday will still give residents an opportunity to pay their respects to America's service men and women, but the parade will have a new route this year. The parade has traditionally begun at...

Public records

Suspects sought Goldsboro-Wayne Crime Stoppers is asking the public's help in locating six suspects wanted on outstanding warrants issued in a drug round-up conducted in September. *Lorenzo Trinelli Davis, 24, of last known address 905 W. Oak St. *Rodney Lamar...