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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Teens determined to open club

News-Argus/Mitch Loeber Parker Harris, center, and Brandon Williams, right, listen as the City Council agreed Monday night to postpone a decision on whether to grant Harris a conditional land use request for his proposed downtown teen lounge. Council members...

Council members delay decision on group's teen lounge proposal

Parker Harris remained positive Monday -- even as Goldsboro City Council members told him they would hold off on taking action on his conditional land use request until their next meeting. Despite Planning Director Randy Guthrie's recommendation for approval of...

Residents can speak to state legislators

Wayne County residents will have the opportunity to discuss their concerns with local members of the state General Assembly at a legislative breakfast at Goldsboro Country Club from 8 to 10 a.m. Friday. The event is sponsored by the Wayne...

L.J. Stanley runs for council; filing period continues

Local businessman L.J. Stanley became the first non-incumbent to file for a Goldsboro City Council election Friday, as he announced his intentions to challenge Bob Waller for the District 2 seat. Stanley, a retired pharmacist and self-described "ordinary man," said...

Residents want sheriff's office to find vandals who spray-painted historic jail

SEVEN SPRINGS -- Residents and history buffs are asking Wayne County Sheriff's Office officials to find the teens responsible for vandalism to the town's historic jail. Seven Springs Historical Commission president Karen Mozingo said her husband, Town Commissioner Bobby Mozingo,...

Southern Wayne English teacher honored for work

A Southern Wayne High School English teacher has been named an Educator of Distinction by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation. Glenda Martindale is one of 250 teachers across the country chosen for the honor. She has taught at Southern Wayne since...