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Monday, May 11, 2009

Fish fry to benefit officer with cancer

James Serlick was the picture of health -- 24 years old, a Gold's Gym member, an advocate for exercise and his church. But then things started going wrong for the young Goldsboro police officer, who was in Wake Forest University...

City fire department asking for two new pumper trucks

The Goldsboro Fire Department may be getting a new pair of pumper trucks this year, if the proposed city budget is approved, but the fire trucks may not fit in two of the city's five stations because of their size....

Chamber education committees need help

It has been slow going pulling together the committees for the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce's Educational Council -- an indication that it may be time for a full-time person to oversee the process, said council Chairman Ed Wilson....

High school graduation projects still a go

While the state Board of Education may have put a hold on its requirement for high school students to complete a graduation project before receiving their diploma, it remains a requirement for graduation in Wayne County, officials said. At the...

Buddy Shaw re-appointed to fire, rescue pension fund board

Howard "Buddy" Shaw of Goldsboro has been re-appointed by Gov. Beverly Perdue to the N.C. Firemen's and Rescue Squad Workers' Pension Fund Board of Trustees. The appointment is effective July 1 and runs through June 30, 2013. Shaw retired...