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Sex assault in cemetery investigated

MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive police have a suspect but no charges have been filed in an alleged sexual assault Friday at a local cemetery, where two bodies were found just days later in what authorities are saying is...

Police seek clues in cemetery deaths

MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive police say they have theories, but will not speculate publicly on motive in the deaths of a 16-year-old Virginia girl and her 29-year-old boyfriend, found in a local cemetery Sunday. Police did say, however,...

Murders up in city, but other crime decreases

Break-ins and homicides were up in 2009, but reported crime incidents of rape, larceny, motor vehicle theft, aggravated assault, and robbery were down in Goldsboro when compared to the same yearlong period in 2008, Police Chief Tim Bell said. Overall,...

School board OKs coach for Goldsboro High School

Communities in Schools was given the green light by the Board of Education Monday night to hire a graduation coach at Goldsboro High School. The board entered into a memorandum of agreement with CIS, which will hire and be responsible...

Thursday is day to remember and say thank you

Wayne County residents can jam to music with soul and honor Seymour Johnson's fallen airmen Thursday evening at The Blue Ribbon Jam Downtown. The jam, sponsored by the Downtown Goldsboro Development Corp. and The Goldsboro News-Argus, will donate ticket and...

'Meet at the Track' with Sen. Don Davis

Meet at the Track Day will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 22, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Mina Weil Park. The event is free and open to the public. State Sen. Don Davis will join the Minority Health...

Public record

Death investigation Police are investigating the death of Hubert Leonza Hutchins, 43, of Longleaf Avenue, who apparently died in his vehicle while parked in a parking lot at 609 Hugh Street on Saturday night, according to police reports. A neighbor,...