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Thursday, May 7, 2009

Right-of-way tussle ends project for Borden Mill

Two years ago, it seemed as if the old Borden mill on William Street would get a new lease on life. Developers Tom Webb and Robby Baker planned to restore the historic building and turn it into a gated community...

Scouts share developments at Camp Tuscarora with club

For the Boy Scouts of America Tuscarora Council, 2008 was a good year. Adding more than 1,500 new recruits to their rolls, council leadership credited Tuesday the steps taken since 2007 for the dramatic increase. Primary among those steps...

Library offers help for small businesses

The Wayne County Public Library has a new resource available for patron use, the Small Business Resource Center, which can help any entrepreneur get a business off the ground. The comprehensive database offers content covering accounting, finance, human resources, management,...

Public record

Female teen assaults officers According to a Wayne County Sheriff's Office report, two deputies were assaulted and a 15-year-old was stunned with a Taser after an incident Tuesday night at a Dudley home on Dell Drive. Cpl. Kenneth Grice and...

Officials confirm body found at Cliffs

SEVEN SPRINGS -- The body of a 21-year-old Goldsboro man who drowned Sunday night came to the surface on Wednesday morning, ending a three-day search, authorities said. Wayne County Sheriff Carey Winders confirmed that the body of Brian Matthew...

Love & marriage: Students test-drive life's next step

The candles were lit, guests were seated and the wedding processional began for the double ceremony. Grooms Eric Powell and Seth Denlinger were positioned in front of the chapel. Jack Edwards escorted twin nieces Bethany and Brittany Dale -- their...