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Friday, February 8, 2008

Wayne County Relay for Life

News-Argus/Greg Sousa Four-year-old Cooper Bryan and his mom, Renee, give a thumbs-up to the crowd during the Relay for Life kickoff event Thursday evening. Cooper, who was diagnosed with an inoperable brainstem glioma on Aug. 31, 2007, has not...

Man, 44, charged with sex offense

A 44-year-old Seven Springs man stands accused of sexually assaulting a 6-year-old, the Wayne County Sheriff's Office reported. William "Bill" Allen Fritz, Pineview Cemetery Road, faces two counts of first-degree sex offense with a child and one count of indecent...

Goldsboro Council considers possible annexation plans

NEW BERN -- The Goldsboro City Council discussed future annexation plans during the second day of the council's annual retreat. On Thursday, city Planning Director Randy Guthrie described to council members and city officials the areas that could be annexed...

Getting ready to Relay in '08

Two days before her 34th birthday, Ladelle Smothers was diagnosed with breast cancer. After surgery, she got more bad news -- the cancer had spread to her lymph nodes, chest, abdomen and groin area. After the ordeal of more surgery,...

Woman charged in fatal December accident

Police filed misdemeanor death by motor vehicle charges Thursday against a 47-year-old Goldsboro woman involved in a Dec. 31 crash, according to police records. Marcia Irene Rohde of U.S. 70 West is also charged with failing to stop for a...

Public records

Home raided again Three people face charges after another raid at a Dollardtown Road address, the Sheriff's Office says. Matthew Jonas Spruill, 22, and Antonio Makee Spruill, both of Dollardtown Road, and Krystal Daneille Bryant, 22, Odom Farm Road, face...

MOC-JCC partnership working

MOUNT OLIVE -- A partnership formed in 2006 between Mount Olive College and Johnston Community College has proven to be beneficial, with more than 73 students enrolled in an accelerated one-night-a-week program toward specialized degrees. The courses, taught at JCC,...