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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Clearing out the sand

News-Argus/Greg Sousa Bags of sand are lined along the banks of the Neuse River at the city of Goldsboro’s water intake site. Divers have been having to vacuum the sand at the site in order to keep up with...

Turn off the water

Citizens can still water their lawns a few days a week -- but not for much longer. Goldsboro City Council members did not make any decision on when to implement stricter water conservation measures at their meeting Monday night. But...

No news on fate of Days Inn

The Days Inn on Wayne Memorial Drive, damaged in August by a serious windstorm, might not remain on the site much longer, the hotel's owner says. Daley Investments officials said they are still talking with their insurance company to determine...

Fred Smith makes stop in Wayne

Potential Republican gubernatorial nominee Fred Smith says he has a plan to help make health care more accessible and a vision to grow the economy, but that so far in his campaign, changing the culture in Raleigh has become the...

Dental clinic will offer care for local low-income patients

A successful free weekend dental clinic is being brought back to Goldsboro next month. Dr. Rick Stovall, a local dentist and member of the Board of Health, told the board last week the clinic will be Nov. 16-17 at St....

Public record

Theft A break-in was reported at the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. on South George Street on Sunday night, Goldsboro Police said. Nearly $12,000 in tools were reported stolen, police said....