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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Meth labs found in trucks at Goldsboro hotel

Two portable meth labs were found in the back of trucks at the Irish Inn on Sunburst Drive, authorities said today.  Watch video of the scene....

Volunteer puts paint to railing at city park

Wayne Denning, 60, has fond memories of boyhood days spent playing at Herman Park and riding the Kiwanis Club's miniature train with his brother. Denning knows that others share those same kind of memories and is hopeful that they,...

Two killed in weekend county accidents

Two people died and another was still in critical condition following two separate accidents over the weekend, Highway Patrol authorities said Monday. On Sunday afternoon, a motorcycle and a truck collided at the intersection of N.C. 581 and Pinkney...

Twirling for peace

YOUNG DESIGNERS: Monday was International Peace Day and students at St. Mary School made pinwheels to mark the occasion. From left, Carolina Warring, Gabby Saber and Harrison Sutton take a look at the pinwheels set up outside the school building...

City seeks $50,000 for dilapidated properties

Chief building inspector Ed Cianfarra asked members of the Goldsboro City Council to appropriate an additional $50,000 to his department to "move on with the (minimum housing) process" at the board's pre-meeting work session Monday evening. "All funds appropriated for...

Duplin Health Department will now control WIC

The Duplin County Board of Commissioners voted Monday 3-2 in favor of turning the county's Women, Infants and Children nutrition program over to the Duplin County Health Department. A state-level directive forced commissioners to balance the jobs of existing workers...

Public record

Mugging Scott Praus of Dickinson, N.D., told Goldsboro police he was assaulted and robbed early on Sunday morning in the rear of the Holiday Inn Express on North Spence Avenue. Praus said that about five unknown black males began hitting...