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Friday, March 28, 2008

Abandoned car raises alarm at Seymour

A suspicious car parked outside Seymour Johnson Air Force Base's Berkeley Boulevard gate caused a stir late Thursday morning for base and city officials alike. The incident began when an "abandoned vehicle" was identified in the base visitors center parking...

Three armed robberies reported

Goldsboro police investigated an armed robbery and another weapon-involving robbery attempt within a few hours of one another, according to reports. In the same time period, the Wayne County Sheriff's Office handled another armed robbery on 117 South in Dudley,...

City water revenues increasing

The city of Goldsboro has been watching thousands of dollars go downstream for months now. Ever since the third and most restrictive phase of mandatory conservation measures took effect on Nov. 5, the quantity of water going out to residents...

Duplin, Sampson wait on power plant decision

By Monday, Duplin County officials are hoping to find out whether or not their $3.5 million tax grant incentive proposal is going to pay off as they wait for poultry waste management company Fibrowatt to announce its choice between Duplin...

Public records

Cocaine raid A Whitfield Drive resident had two grams of cocaine when the Goldsboro-Wayne County Drug Squad stopped his light blue Lincoln four-door sedan on Royall Avenue, according to city police reports and a Drug Squad news release. Phillip Michael...

United Way searching for testimonies from recipients

United Way of Wayne County is looking for individuals who are willing to share their experiences with how the organization improved their lives. United Way hopes to identify up to two individuals to be featured in the 2008 campaign materials...