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Friday, May 29, 2009

24 seniors turn tassels at Wayne Early Middle College

The Wayne Early Middle College High School graduation Thursday evening marked a special milestone in the lives of the 24 graduates who walked across the stage as the Class of 2009. One figure stood out from the rows of blue...

Cherry workers found guilty

A Wayne County Superior Court jury returned a guilty verdict this morning against two former Cherry Hospital workers charged with assaulting a patient. Sentencing was expected to take place at 11 a.m. on the charges of assault on a...

Tears, but still, hope

It wasn't easy to stand in front of the more than 600 people who packed First Pentecostal Church for the 2009 Relay for Life Survivors Banquet. But 34-year-old Tonya Matthews stood there anyway -- even when the tears came, even...

'Brady Bunch' star honors military

A younger Shirley Young often dreamed of staring her "first love" in the eyes. But when Barry Williams, a.k.a. "Greg Brady," took to a stage in downtown Goldsboro Thursday evening to sing the national anthem, her mind was thousands of...

Annual banquet brings survivors together

When Haley Kornegay stood up to sing her song during the 2009 Relay for Life Survivors Banquet, there weren't many people who knew why she chose "My One True Friend" to entertain the crowd. She was the 2008 Relay Idol...

Public record

Goldsboro High bomb threat An unknown subject called in a bomb threat to Goldsboro High School on Wednesday morning just after 11 a.m., according to a police report. Police are searching for a young black male based on the caller's...