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Sunday, September 30, 2007

Cherry Hospital off state's danger list

Cherry Hospital's "immediate jeopardy" status has been lifted and federal funding for Medicaid patients remains intact, officials announced late Friday. The hospital came under sanctions earlier in the month when state survey teams were sent to Cherry to investigate complaints...

Cherry report cites patient, medication violations

As Cherry Hospital's response to a recent state investigation winds down, the News-Argus has obtained a copy of the report that lodged all the allegations of deficiencies. The 52-page document had been issued mid-month by the Department of Health and...

Answering his calling to serve

Don Haley remembers the day a terminally ill schoolboy touched his heart. He could close his eyes and tell you the child's name -- how his eyes lit up when he heard a group of airmen had funded his Make-A-Wish...

Shelter breaks ground Tuesday

The bid has been awarded, all the plans are in hand and with 18 "prominent and well-known women" ready to "dare to bare" to help pay for it, all that's left to do for the county's new million-dollar animal...

Residents, officials discuss how to beat youth violence

Gangs have been around for years in Wayne County, says Ronald Benton, who said he "grew up hard" on the streets of Goldsboro years ago. A "product of the projects," Benton lived in Westhaven until his mother's death when he...

4-Hers parade their charges at lamb show

Little Haille Whitehurst wasn't really that interested in what was going on in the ring Saturday at the Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair. She had completed her round with her market lamb, Lollie, and was more concerned with running around and...

She's queen of the county fair

When she took the stage Friday night, Whitney Grantham had no idea by night's end she would be Queen of the Fair. The audience loved her -- screaming and yelling her name like they were at a rock concert. And...

Public record

Man shot A 53-year-old North Virginia Street man was shot Wednesday afternoon, Goldsboro police said. Wayne Memorial Hospital spokespeople said Glenwood Earl Moses, 53, of North Virginia Street was still in the hospital, in stable condition on Thursday morning. Moses...