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Sunday, June 24, 2007

Goldsboro's new skyline

On one side of John Street, the sound of Latin music punctuates a margarita toast. Across the street, an acoustic guitar solo wafts through the air. Around the corner, a poet shares his thoughts on city life. Downtown Raleigh or...

Autopsy report: Shooting a murder

The State Medical Examiner's Office has ruled a 23-year-old man fatally shot at Courtyard Apartments in April did not die of a self-inflicted wound. Officials ruled the case of Raheim Kornegay, who was fatally shot April 22, a homicide. Goldsboro...

Study will look at how hog farms affect air quality

For years, the effect of North Carolina's swine industry on the state's water quality and what to do about it has been hotly debated. Ten years ago a moratorium was placed on the building of new lagoon and spray...

She scratched ... and won $50,000 in N.C. Lottery

When Jamie Strauch of Goldsboro scratched off a $50,000 lottery ticket, it was like any other day. For Jerry King and 10 of his coffee buddies, it was another day of trying to capture the Powerball prize. Both ended up...

City sets another residents' meeting

By KENNETH FINE News-Argus Staff Writer Teens roaming neighborhoods at all hours of the night, drivers speeding down streets with their speakers blaring and flooding -- just a few of the concerns voiced by Goldsboro residents during this year's neighborhood...

Public record

Theft reported Business owner Gregg Stevenson reported someone stole the tires and 15-inch aluminum rims, valued at $2,000, off of his 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt while parked outside CCOG, 3300 U.S. Hwy. 70 East Bypass. Crime of the week An armed...