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Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Liberty and Justice Come Down

News-Argus/Greg Sousa Brandon Brownfield, right, and Micky Marks, of Valley Crane and Rigging, lower the Lady Liberty statue to the ground under the direction of Patty Miller of Conservation Solutions Inc. after it was removed from the top of...

4th Fighter Wing receives 'excellent' rating on ORI

It was report card day on Seymour Johnson Air Force Base Monday, and like a proud parent, 4th Fighter Wing Commander Col. Steve Kwast addressed his airmen with a smile on his face. The results from last week's Operational Readiness...

Deputy charged with DWI

PINETOP -- The second Wayne County sheriff's deputy in just four months was asked to turn in his badge today after he wrecked his vehicle late Monday and was allegedly found to be under the influence of alcohol. Former Deputy...

City Hall statues get makeovers

For the first time in more than 100 years, Liberty and Justice will not be keeping watch over downtown Goldsboro. The statues, which have been looking down on Center Street from atop the original City Hall building since the early...

Dillard MS students caught with bullets

Two Dillard Middle School students will face disciplinary action and possibly criminal charges after being caught with bullets at the school Friday afternoon. Goldsboro police responded to the school on Devereaux Street at about 5 p.m. after a school employee...

McIntyre tapped to serve as senior whip

U.S. Rep. Mike McIntyre, D-District 7, has been selected by House Majority Whip James Clyburn, D-South Carolina, to serve as a senior whip for the first session of the 110th Congress. McIntyre, who is starting his fourth year on the...

AXA Advisors announces scholarships

AXA Advisors, LLC, the retail distribution subsidiary of AXA Financial, a leading financial services company, has announced the availability of the 2007 AXA Achievement Community Scholarship applications. Each AXA Advisors branch office nationwide will be able to distribute up to...

Bill of Rights on display at Fayetteville musuem

FAYETTEVILLE -- North Carolina's copy of the Bill of Rights, stolen from the State Capitol in 1865 and recovered in a sting operation in 2003, will soon tour the state, making its first stop at Fayetteville's Airborne & Special Operations...