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Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Borden Lofts

Submitted photo This is an artist's rendering of the Borden Mill Loft Condominiums design. For more information see Borden Lofts steps closer to start date....

Rate cut good news for businesses, area experts say

Dramatic rate cuts in key interest rates by the Federal Reserve today boosted the spirits of Goldsboro businesses, which said the moves should convince consumers to take advantage of the lower rates to buy homes, vehicles and other items. The...

SJAFB gets F-15E trainers

The Air Force's push to cut spending has come home to Wayne County, materializing in a state-of-the-art training facility for air crews at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base that will reduce the number of dollars spent on F-15E Strike Eagle...

Borden Lofts steps closer to start date

The developers behind the Borden Mill Loft Condomini-ums say they need only 15-20 more people to show interest in purchasing lofts before an anticipated spring construction start. When Robby Baker, part-owner of the Borden Lofts company, announced the project in...

Public record

Copper thefts Thieves have been busy stealing copper piping around the city. Two businesses and a homeowner reported thefts of copper in the past few days. *Batesville Casket Company at 711 told police that someone did $400 damage to the...

Regional pecan growers workshop to be held February 9

On Saturday, Feb. 9, the North Carolina Pecan Growers Association will hold its 14th annual Educational Workshop in the Wayne County Extension Center. Following the indoor session, attendees will meet at the orchard of Gary Bevell south of Goldsboro to...

Nominees are sought for business women's honor

The Wayne-Duplin Business and Professional Women's Club is issuing an invitation to nominate individuals to participate in the club's Young Careerist competition. This honor is given to a woman for her personal and professional achievements. To be eligible, the nominee...

MOC Literary Festival February 20-21

MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive College will hold its 7th Annual Literary Festival next month, featuring a New York Times' best-selling author. Carole Boston Weatherford, who has written 30 books of poetry, non-fiction and children's literature, received the Ragan-Rubin Award...

MOC Church Night game February 9

MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive College will hold its 25th Annual Church Night Basketball Game on Saturday, Feb. 9. The Mount Olive College Trojans will compete against Lees McRae College. The women's teams are scheduled to play at 5 p.m....