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Friday, May 18, 2007

Relay for Life

News-Argus/Greg Sousa Charles B. Aycock High School students Bryan Kearney, Paul Hare, Bradley Taylor and Sam Rabhan work on erecting the Relay midway sign this morning at Wayne Community College. The annual Relay for Life to raise money for...

Ready to remember: Teams prepare for Relay kickoff

Madison Wildman was already wearing her lei just after 9 this morning, the flower necklace blowing in the wind as the 10-year-old bent down and slid metal pieces of tent-framing together. She was one of dozens hard at work on...

They DID survive

An overflow crowd of cancer survivors packed First Pentecostal Holiness Church Thursday night to celebrate victory over the disease. More than 650 people gathered for the 14th annual cancer survivors banquet on the eve of the annual Relay for Life....

Doing dinner at the Relay? Here's the menu:

Wrap you mouth around a pork tenderloin sandwich. Munch on hot egg rolls. Throw in some chips and top it off with a slice of homemade cake. Then wash it all down with a cold soft drink. That is what...

Reservist convicted of spying on adopted daughter

A U.S. Air Force reservist was ordered to spend 90 days in prison Thursday after he was convicted of spying on his adopted daughter with a Web cam and downloading child pornographic videos. Thomas Edward Anderson, 41, of 501 Goldleaf...

Public record

Investigations *Brian Foster of East Ash street told Goldsboro police somebody removed tools from his carport, including wrenches, sockets, extension cords, vice grips, screwdrivers and a nut driver, all valued at around $400. *Reva Washington Artis of Peachtree Street told...

Host families sought for foreign students

Thirty families are being sought in the Goldsboro area to host 30 French and Spanish students and two language teachers between June and July. Time is of the essence for first group of 10 French students arriving on June 9...

Chamber seminar Tuesday on improving business profitability

The Wayne County Chamber of Commerce will hold a seminar Tuesday focusing on the ways a local business can improve its profitability. The seminar, titled "Seven Quality Tools to Improve Your Organization's Bottom Line," will be held from noon until...