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Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Sprucing up

News-Argus/Greg Sousa The old Goldsboro City Hall is seen this morning. Workers with Daniels and Daniels Construction Co. expect the project to be completed by February. For more information see Renovations to historic City Hall still on schedule, officials...

Failed flood control unit costing Goldsboro millions of gallons

Goldsboro's water worries could soon be reduced. Although there is little rain in the immediate forecast, city officials learned Monday night that there might be a way to retrieve 38 million gallons of water daily that is currently bypassing the...

Renovations to historic City Hall still on schedule, officials say

Nearly five months away from estimated completion, the $4 million renovation of Goldsboro's historic City Hall has come a long way toward restoring the building to its original shape. But workers still have a ways to go. City officials say...

Reservist is Raleigh policeman

RALEIGH -- An alleged armed robber just broke 100 mph along I-40 West near the Capitol. As he weaves in and out of traffic, the man has no idea that behind the blue lights flashing in his rearview mirror sits...

Pikeville looking for help with new town hall work

PIKEVILLE -- The Pikeville Board of Commissioners is ready to settle on a new town hall location -- as long as board members can find somebody to help pay for it. The old BB&T building on Main Street will serve...

Public record

Drug arrests The Wayne County Sheriff's Department reported a number of drug-related arrests between Wednesday and Friday of last week. *Two Mount Olive men were arrested Friday last week after a drug investigation in the area of Walnut and Bright...

Autism program Thursday at library

The Wayne County Public Library will feature a program on autism by Anne Barnhill Thursday at 7 p.m. in the main branch on Ash Street. Mrs. Barnhill has written a book, "At Home in the Land of Oz: Autism, My...

Imani celebration Friday

Rebuilding Broken Places CDC will observe its 4th Annual Imani Celebration and Wall of First induction Friday, Sept. 21, at 7 p.m. at the Greenleaf Vision of Faith Community Center at 2105 N. William St. Events leading up to the...

Correction

The Mount Olive College exhibition of prints by Jacques Hnizdovsky opens Tuesday, Sept. 25, not tonight as stated in Sunday's News-Argus. The opening reception will be held in the Teresa Pelt Grubbs Art Gallery in Laughinghouse Hall from 4 until...