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Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Picking Time

News-Argus/Bobby Williams Farmers across Duplin County are preparing to harvest their vegetables and fruits in the next few weeks. North Carolina Cooperative Extension Agent Whit Jones said many farmers are harvesting their squash and cabbage fields and cucumber and...

Police hunt for murder suspect

One man is in custody and another man remains at large in a shooting Tuesday on Olivia Lane that left a Fayetteville man dead. Everette Mclean, 26, of Elm Street, was arrested today on one count of murder in connection...

Doctor points to need for insurance

Universal health care is a topic most often discussed on the national and state stages, but at the Wayne County Board of Commissioners meeting Tuesday, Dr. Alma Jenkins made her pitch to bring that idea down to the local...

Attorney general takes aim at child predators

State Attorney General Roy Cooper wants to make sure North Carolina's children are safe. It is, he told the Goldsboro Rotary Club Tuesday, one of the most important parts of his job. Since taking office in 2001, the former...

Pikeville prepares for more work on town's budget plan

The Pikeville Board of Commissioners continued looking toward the future during its meeting Monday, setting its sights on improved infrastructure and a new town administrator. But Mayor Herb Sieger said it is important for the town and its board to...

Public record

Stabbing suspects arrested *A Goldsboro woman faces charges for allegedly stabbing a woman as she returned home on June 4 after visiting a friend. T'Sharra Lizzete Williams, 19, of Charles Street, was arrested on one count of assault with a...

WCC information session June 21

Wayne Community College will hold an information session prospective students and their parents on Thursday, June 21, at 7 p.m. in Moffatt Auditorium. The session will feature a panel discussion with current students and graduates as well as presentations by...