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Monday, June 22, 2009

Program keeps kids' meals coming

Doris Daniels has seen firsthand the importance of children getting a nutritious meal. The teacher at Goldsboro Intermediate School recalls all the mornings she witnessed her own students arriving at school hungry. "They couldn't work, they couldn't think or concentrate,"...

More than 50 pounds of meth chemicals seized in traffic stop

Goldsboro police made a traffic stop on North Spence Avenue that turned up more than 50 pounds of chemicals used to make methamphetamine, authorities said. Two Mount Olive men and an Albertson woman have been charged with meth-related charges,...

New bracelets help families monitor children and elderly

As a mother of four, Julia Wooten knows what it takes to keep up with children. But considering that three of hers are autistic, the situation has its own set of challenges. It's her third child, 10-year-old Yamar, who...

Two students participate in Governor's Page Program

Christine "Cissi" Cecile Denton and Kyle S. Denton of Goldsboro recently participated in the Governor's Page Program in Raleigh. The students spent a week gaining valuable life experience and providing administrative support as pages for the North Carolina Department...