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Thursday, December 21, 2006

Big delivery day coming

News-Argus/Bobby Williams Goldsboro rural carrier Kirby Stevens starts his long day of delivering packages along his route that runs from Cherry Hospital toward Grantham. The next couple of days are among the busiest for postal carriers. Officials say this...

County plan for utilities targeted

Although members say countywide sewer service is not a feasible project, the Wayne County Utilities Committee discussed a master plan Wednesday morning that would address water, wastewater and other utility issues across the county. An early draft of the master...

Holiday travelers could face weather issues in some areas

Wayne County residents wishing for a white Christmas will be disappointed come Monday, but travelers will need to keep a close eye on the weather this weekend if they venture outside the county or state. The local weather on Friday...

More than 400 toys collected for Toys for Tots

Capt. John Winstead served in the United States Marine Corps for 25 years before joining the Wayne County Sheriff's Office. So when he heard that the Marine-sponsored Toys For Tots drive would be represented for a sixth straight year here...

WCC announces holiday schedule

In observance of the holidays, Wayne Community College will be closed beginning at 4 p.m. Friday until 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 2. The college's library will reopen to students and the public on Wednesday, Jan. 3. The college's offices...

Jaycees seek nominees for service award

The Mount Olive Jaycees are looking for nominees for its 2006 Distinguished Service Award. The award, which will be given at the Mount Olive Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet/Mount Olive Jaycees Distinguished Service Award Banquet in February, honors the...

Public record

Investigations Goldsboro police are investigating these reports: *Someone shot out the rear glass window of a Wayne County school bus with a BB gun. The incident occurred about 3:45 p.m. Wednesday on Whitfield Drive and Bizzell Court. Students were on...