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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Summer at school

Within the former Dillard High School, at the base of Elm Street, children are learning about rock formations in the corner of a converted classroom, while nearby several are nestled on a couch, reading independently. At the other end of...

Baseball murder will head to trial

A Goldsboro man pleaded not guilty Monday to killing a neighbor after an argument over an accident in a youth baseball game. Goldsboro police charged Timothy Tramel Vaughn, 37, of East Walnut Street in June 2008 with the murder of...

Suspect sought in sexual assault

Goldsboro police are investigating an alleged sexual assault that took place early Monday morning in an apartment at a Spence Avenue complex. A 20-year-old woman who lives with roommates in the apartment complex reported the sexual assault, according to...

Sheriff deputy, K9 OK after crash

A Wayne County Sheriff's Office deputy and his police service dog were not severely injured in a crash that totaled a Sheriff's Office cruiser on Monday night, authorities said. K9 Officer Blake Ferrell was traveling to assist Highway Patrol...

Management group will drop operation of county airport

The economic downturn is being blamed by the company that manages the Goldsboro-Wayne Airport for its decision to terminate its contract with the county effective Aug. 1. That decision could mean management of the airport now will fall to...

District waits for news on state money

While awaiting the outcome of the state's budget, school officials received good news Monday that a performance contract entered into in 2008 has produced marked energy savings for the district. Tim Gasper, solutions engineer for Trane, the company hired to...