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Sunday, June 29, 2008

Body found behind church in November identified

The bones found behind Fellowship Baptist Church last November once belonged to a man known to wander fields and ditches in search of valuables, the Sheriff's Office says. Genesis Bruce Lewis had been missing since 2004, and did not...

Mount Olive sets sights on limits for golf carts

MOUNT OLIVE -- Could motorists here some day be sharing more road space with golf carts as travelers look for ways to reduce the economic sting of the gas pumps? Town officials say they want to be ready --...

Pikeville holds Independence Day Festival

PIKEVILLE -- Allen Best and his little cousin, Laci Best of Goldsboro, had different reactions during Saturday's Independence Day Festival as the Sudan Temple Min-Rigs roared around a parking lot at the town park. "I think they are real...

Goldsboro Jaycees Fourth of July Parade to be held Friday

The Goldsboro Jaycees are organizing Goldsboro's Fourth of July celebration to be held in downtown Goldsboro this year. The event will be held on Friday, July 4 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. There will be a parade beginning at...

Five join Mount Olive College faculty

MOUNT OLIVE--Mount Olive College has announced five new faculty members for the coming year. Stuart Burham of Wilmington has been named instructor of music in the school of arts and sciences. An adjunct professor of MOC-Wilmington since 2007, he is...

Mount Olive Fourth of July celebration Friday

MOUNT OLIVE -- An old-fashioned Fourth of July complete with free food, games, entertainment and fireworks will be celebrated this Friday in Westbrook Park. The event also will mark its own bit of history -- it will be the...

Gallimore retiring as city engineer

Terry Gallimore will no longer be looking over logistics for water or sewer lines or thinking about street resurfacing -- or anything else that usually falls under the watchful eye of the city's engineer. That is -- unless he wants...

Museum opening fossil exhibit

From Staff Reports The Wayne County Museum's new prehistoric fossil exhibit will open July 10 and run through Aug. 29. Museum Manager Johnna Nelson said Thursday that more artifacts than expected have been coming in, and she will not have...