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Thursday, November 15, 2007

Old is New Again

News-Argus/Greg Sousa A reflection of the Goldsboro City Hall that is being renovated can be seen in the window of the current offices as a glass bridge connects the two....

New Cherry Hospital plans on schedule

Slightly more than a year after funding was allocated, and nearly three years before the project is expected to be completed, the new Cherry Hospital is moving along pretty much on schedule, said officials with the state Department of Health...

Suspect charges in Monday shooting

Police have made an arrest in a fight that turned deadly on East Maple Street, Goldsboro Police Chief Tim Bell said. Ricky Lee Burch died of his injuries Tuesday after being shot in the head, police said. Ryan Jermaine Allen...

Extreme makeover: City Hall edition

An onlooker standing on Center Street can see that Goldsboro's historic City Hall looks new on the outside, but inside the changes are even more dramatic. Outside, the large columns at the front of the building have been restored. All...

Parents warned about Internet access

It only takes eight minutes online to find a child's full name, who his friends are and what his hobbies are -- all from his login name. In twenty minutes, anyone can find what school the child goes to and...

Agribusiness center to be dedicated Saturday to late farm advocate Britt

MOUNTOLIVE -- Mount Olive College will dedicate its agribusiness center in memory of Lois G. Britt during the college's annual alumni weekend. The event is scheduled for 11 a.m. on Saturday at Raper Hall. The agribusiness center's close proximity to...

Phi Beta Lambda members honored

The Mount Olive College chapter of Phi Beta Lambda recently attended a fall leadership development conference in Rocky Mount, bringing home several awards. Sonya McCoy O'Brien, chapter adviser, also attended and presented a workshop to students and adisors on "Tech...

2008 Center Street Jam schedule released

The Downtown Goldsboro Development Corp.'s entertainment committee has released the summer schedudle for the Center Street Jams for next year. The jams will be held every other week twice a month from May to August. The first will be held...

Public record

Nails stolen Jean Bridgers of Logan Street reported that 25 cases of assorted nails worth $1,500 were stolen from a warehouse in the 800 block of North James Street, police said. Many of the nails were designed for use with...