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Thursday, March 5, 2009

Officials take close look at WCC work skills program

Wayne Community College is doing a good job of expanding and diversifying its technical offerings, said representatives of a grant program designed to help community colleges prepare workers for the type of jobs they will hold in the future. A...

Experts take look at Goldsboro's plan for renovated train station

There are ghost marks on the walls of Union Station. But far from indicating any sort of paranormal activity, these indicators show where old structures like posts and stairs used to be, before they were removed or rotted away, explained...

County eyes shift in alcohol site sales

Revenues and control are at stake should the state allow privately-owned and operated "agency stores" to sell the liquor now being sold through the state's ABC stores, Mike Myrick, chairman of the Wayne County ABC Board, told commissioners Tuesday...

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Auto thefts *Alvin Allen of North Running Deer Circle, Dudley reported Tuesday night that his 2007 Kia Optima, gold in color, had been stolen from a parking lot in the 600 block of West Ash Street. The vehicle is worth...

Railroad crossing closings continue today in Mount Olive

Most railroad crossings in Mount Olive will be closed today as part the CSX Railroad maintenance project. To be closed are Genoa Road at Dudley and Northeast Church Road just north of town and Talton Avenue, Park Avenue, College...

SECU awards $750,000 grant to Kitty Askins

Home Health and Hospice, or 3HC, has received a $750,000 grant from the State Employees Credit Union Foundation for the expansion of Kitty Askins Hospice Center. The gift brings the total donations to $2 million of the $4 million...