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Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Suspect identified in hit-and-run

North Carolina Highway Patrol officials have released the name of a suspect in a Nov. 7 hit-and-run accident that killed a Goldsboro man. Carol Coletrain Lane, 72, of North Beston Road, LaGrange, has been ruled the at-fault party in the...

City plans council for residents

Some spoke out against violence. Others condemned gunshots, break-ins and youths roaming the streets at night. And a few even addressed flood concerns and fire ants. Now that neighbors across Goldsboro have had the opportunity to voice their concerns to...

U.S. sinkhole plugged

The eastbound lanes of the U.S. 70 bypass are open again after rainfall from Tropical Storm Ernesto created a sinkhole under part of the highway about two and a half months ago. The storm, which began overnight Aug. 31 and...

Hospital, EMS personnel try to stem heart attack deaths

A regional hospital and local emergency medical personnel are implementing a new program for heart attack victims that could allow lifesaving treatment to begin before they get to the hospital. Every year approximately 1.5 million people experience a heart attack....

Charges filed in Nov. 4 stabbing death

Wayne County sheriff's officials arrested a Pikeville woman in connection with a bloody brawl that claimed the life of 45-year-old Jose Enriquez III. Mary Kim Little, 27, of Johnston Avenue, Pikeville, faces charges of second-degree murder in connection with Enriquez's...

Commissioners consider plan for water/sewer lines

With officials agreeing that the Kenansville Bypass presents one of the county's best opportunities for economic development, the Duplin County Board of Commission-ers began weighing the feasibility of running water and sewer lines down the eight-mile stretch. Listening to the...

Alleged con artist caught after four-week manhunt

A LaGrange woman accused of defrauding local residents out of money has been taken into custody. Tina Michelle Newsome, 27, of Echo Drive, who was being sought by the Wayne County Sheriff's Office for more than four weeks, was apprehended...

Duplin County man pleads guilty to manslaughter

A Duplin County man pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter Monday in Duplin County Superior Court. Miguel Angel Mendoza, 20, was sentenced to a minimum of five years and a maximum of six years and nine months for the Aug. 14,...