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Monday, November 20, 2006

United Way extends campaign drive

With less than a week left in its campaign and a little more than half of the 2006 goal met, United Way of Wayne County has extended its annual fundraising campaign to the end of the year. The total raised...

Commissioners to discuss tax listings

County residents have only a little more than a month left before they have to start thinking about taxes. The Wayne County Board of Commissioners will discuss the 2007 tax listing period during its meeting Tuesday morning. The listing period...

Mount Olive Chamber looking for leadership class

MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive Area Chamber of Commerce is looking for a few good men and women willing to be part of setting the town's course for the future. But, chamber president Gena Knode said, they don't expect those...

Duplin offers new support for students

Faced with a growing population of students with health, home and academic problems, the Duplin County School System is working to meet their needs and provide them with opportunities to stay in school. For the school system, said Pam Edwards,...

Plans in full swing for events honoring former GHS teacher

Organizers of the "Remembering Mr. B" events next month are busy putting the final touches on what is scheduled to be four events slated to honor Clifton Britton, the former Goldsboro High School drama teacher and adviser for the Goldmasquers....

Mount Olive College announces 2006 alumni awards list

MOUNT OLIVE -- "Doing Even More Than Before" was an appropriate theme for this year's alumni weekend gathering at Mount Olive College. Rick Rhodes, Class of 1975 and outgoing president of the alumni association, said it was the biggest year...

Public records

Investigations A naked man was spotted walking near N.C. 111 South near the Food Lion supermarket on Thursday afternoon. The man told Wayne County Sheriff's deputies that his name was Jesus Christ and that he was walking to Selma for...

Five Wayne County men jailed in Raleigh knife attack

Seven men from Wayne and Duplin counties were charged with assault charges stemming from a knife attack Sunday in Raleigh. Wake County Jail officials said all of the men were charged with assault with the intent to kill and inflicting...

Holiday trash collection schedules

Waste Industries will be closed on Thursday in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. If your residential trash collection day is Thursday, it will be collected on Friday. Friday collection will remain on regular schedule. In the city of Goldsboro, all...