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Thursday, May 1, 2008

Count added to suspect's charges

A man accused of burying his girlfriend beneath steps behind his Selah Church Road trailer faces one more charge in his indictment, court records show. David William Best, 24, Selah Church Road, is charged with first-degree murder and authorities have...

New stop sign added to intersection of Pikeville-Princeton Road and 581

Traffic volume is one of the reasons being cited by the state Department of Transportaton for its decision to install a four-way stop at the intersection of N.C. 581 and the Pikeville-Princeton Road north of Goldsboro. Starting today, motorists approaching...

Stone will set sights on health care for families

After spending the last few months going door-to-door throughout the fifth state Senate district, Chuck Stone knows who is hoping to represent -- average, working North Carolinians. But he acknowledged that whoever ultimately wins the election in November is going...

Adame stumps for Democratic nod for 3rd District seat in U.S. House

A Democratic candidate for the 3rd Congressional District seat held by Republican Walter B. Jones told the Wayne County Democratic Party Executive Committee Monday night no matter who is chosen in the primary the party needs to come together to...

Relay for Life events will kick off with Cancer Survivors Banquet

Cancer survivors, their fri-ends and family will gather May 15 at First Pentecostal Holiness Church to celebrate life. The 15th annual Relay for Life survivors' banquet will start at 6 p.m. in the church fellowship hall. About 650 people attended...

National Day of Prayer observed all day today at First Presbyterian

The National Day of Prayer is being observed at First Presbyterian Church today. The church's chapel will be open to the public from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. People should use the Jackson Street entrance across from the Wayne County...

WCC faculty honored for mentoring

Two Wayne Community College employees were recognized at this year's N.C. Community College System Minority Male Mentoring Conference. Janice Fields Johnson, a counselor and minority affairs coordinator in the student development department, and Ray Burrell, head of the business and...