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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Monday stabbing ends in death of Goldsboro man

A South Slocumb Street man died from stab wounds allegedly inflicted by a store clerk at Bob's No. 2 convenience store, also on South Slocumb, authorities said. Terry Lavon Singleton, 31, who lived just a few doors away from the...

Jeffreys Building move is almost complete

The county's human resources department this week is completing its move into renovated offices on the first floor of the Jeffreys Building, and the county already is beginning to look to its next projects -- renovation of the Sullivan...

Communities get ready for week of July Fourth celebrations

Wayne County will mark Independence Day this week with a variety of celebrations, starting Thursday at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. A list of activities across the county, including fireworks displays in three areas and government office closures and...

Public record

Sex assault investigated A sexual assault involving an alleged male aggressor and a female victim is being investigated by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations and the Wayne County Sheriff's Office, authorities said. The incident involves airmen enlisted at...

GATEWAY to operate on holiday schedule

The Goldsboro/Wayne Transportation Authority will be operating on a holiday schedule on Friday for the Fourth of July holiday. The bus service will operate from 9:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m., while the van service will be on its normal operating...

Driver charged in fatal wreck

The driver of a car involved in a Saturday wreck that left two women dead has been charged with two counts of misdemeanor death by motor vehicle, Highway Patrol investigators said Monday. Michael Eugene Sowers of Beaufort also was...

Amber Alert issued for Sampson County child

The Sampson County sheriff is searching for a missing child: Marlon Ramon Torres. Marlon Ramon Torres is a 4-year-old Hispanic boy, approximately 3 feet, 6 inches tall, weighing 28 pounds. He has black hair, and brown eyes. Allegedly, there...

Report from Bagram: ER in the sky

BAGRAM AIR BASE, Afghanistan -- Curtis White remembers when a 19-year-old soldier gave him perspective. It was during an aeromedical evacuation mission -- one of several the Air Force Reserve technical sergeant has been a part of since joining the...