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Monday, December 4, 2006

Goldmasquers weekend wraps up

News-Argus/Greg Sousa Clifton Britton's “The Shepherd’s Song” was performed on Saturday night and Sunday afternoon in Moffatt Auditorium at Wayne Community College. The play was originally written by Britton while a drama teacher at Goldsboro High School from 1942-1962....

Meadow Lane elementary student and family prepare for kidney transplant

Ryan Carpenter's family has always known he will one day need a kidney transplant. Born 10 years ago with a renal condition, tests showed early on that his kidneys were not fully developed. "He has partial kidneys," mom Apryl Carpenter...

Boy, 11, in good condition after fall

MOUNT OLIVE -- An 11-year-old Mount Olive boy was listed in good condition this morning by officials at Wayne Memorial Hospital, after he was brought in Saturday following a fall from a parade float. Tykwan Garner, of Azalea Drive, was...

County will eye plans for projects

A new animal shelter, new office space and the U.S. 70 corridor will be among the projects on the agenda Tuesday during the Wayne County Board of Commissioners meeting. The board plans to discuss renovations to the Jeffreys Building to...

Former military man takes on a new calling

Want to talk about nervous? Francis Nottingham was nervous. Of course most people would be, too, if their new job involved standing on the side of Goldsboro's busiest street -- Berkeley Boulevard -- holding a colorful sign, wearing a big...

Three Wayne County K-9 officers participate in hunt for missing Greenvile man's body

GREENVILLE -- Three K-9 officers from the Wayne County Sheriff's Department are being hailed as heroes after they tracked down a missing man whose body was found in the Tar River. Robert Daniel Leggett, 25, of Greenville, was reported missing...

Public records

Investigations Steven Arthur Hall told Goldsboro police that his wife, Martha Hall, struck him in the head with a golf club during an argument Sunday morning. Ms. Hall, 52, of N. Rudolph St., was charged with assault with deadly weapon...

Chamber's business seminar

Wayne County Chamber of Commerce's Sunrise Seminar will focus on loans Tuesday. The seminar, to be held at the Chamber at 308 N. William St. from 8 to 10 a.m., will focus on the Small Business Admin-istrative Community Express Loan...