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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Work on City Hall

News-Argus/Mitch Loeber A FACELIFT: Scaffolding was erected around Goldsboro's original city hall this morning as preparations began on renovation of the structure. Daniels and Daniels Construction Co. has been given 10 months by the City of Goldsboro to finish...

Number of bills on rise in Raleigh

By MATTHEW WHITTLE News-Argus Staff Writer With more than 50 bills being entered into the state House rolls Wednesday -- the last deadline for introducing legislation -- the total number of bills seeing some sort of action from the General...

Air show brings in millions to county

By KENNETH FINE News-Argus Staff Writer Some stopped for a snack on their way out of town. Others stayed the weekend. But local officials said all of the 100,000-plus who traveled to Goldsboro Saturday for the Wings Over Wayne air...

Goldsboro Jaycees honor local citizens who make a difference

By ANDREW BELL News-Argus Staff Writer The Goldsboro Jaycees honored six Wayne County residents Monday night who are working to make their community better. Among the honorees at the 67th Annual Distinguished Service Awards banquet was Downtown Goldsboro Development Corp....

Neighborhood meeting tonight

From staff reports The first of four city-sponsored neighborhood meetings will be held at 6 p.m. on the Harding Drive YMCA soccer field for residents of the Teakwood and Mimosa Park area. Mayor Al King, members of the city management...

Spring Creek wins music awards

From staff reports Spring Creek High School band and choir, under the direction of Matthew Andrade, recently won seven awards at the Music In The Parks Festival Competition held in South Carolina. Eight schools competed. Spring Creek's awards included first...

Confederate memorial service Sunday

From staff reports The Sons of Confederate Veterans will hold its annual memorial service at Willowdale Cemetery Sunday afternoon. The event, which also involves the Harper House United Daughters of the Confederacy of Bentonville, B.T. Persons Camp 1517 of Fremont...

Public Record

Thefts *A front door was damaged and more than $3,000 worth of jewelry was reported stolen from a residence in the area of 2400 Emmaus Church Road, according to a report filed Monday evening by Wendell Griffin. *At another home...