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Friday, August 14, 2009

State: No change in Tommy's Road plans

A petition drive to keep Tommy's Road open where it meets the new U.S. 70 Bypass appears to have hit a dead end. Plans that have been in place for years call for the road to be severed by...

Students learn to restore computers

When Sarah Moore learned she and her classmates were going to dismantle a computer in class, she thought of it like putting together a puzzle. "I thought it was going to be like a car, putting all the pieces...

Thornton found guilty of cruelty

A former kennel owner was banned from breeding dogs after a judge found her guilty of 12 counts of cruelty to animals on Thursday evening. Virginia Thornton, 66, the former owner of Thornton Kennel near the Wayne-Sampson county line, will...

Prayer vigil held at City Hall

In a time of financial distress for many people in Wayne County, some local community leaders and elected officials are turning to their faith for guidance. About 40 people attended a Thursday prayer vigil outside Goldsboro City Hall to...

Benefit raises $50,000

Saturday's benefit to raise money for accident victim Lisa Mozingo and her family brought in more than $50,000. Mozingo, 18, was injured after being ejected from her car on May 19 when it overturned. Christy Shivar, who helped organize...

916th marks end of $23 million project

A ceremony held at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base this morning formally marked the completion of a $23 million project recommended by the Base Realignment and Closure Commission in 2005. The 916th Air Refueling Wing now has three new...