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Friday, December 18, 2009

Organization needs help getting 400 toys for children

Mary Mosley is hoping for a Christmas miracle for more than 600 needy children in Wayne County. The coordinator of Operation Transition Inc. has just five days to collect more than 400 toys as part of the 501(c)3 non-profit's second...

Pikeville moves to temporary town hall

Come January, Pikeville Town Hall employees will have a new venue. Employees will be moving from the current location to a new 70-foot modular unit by Jan. 22. The move was brought about because of the poor condition of the...

Ready for Christmas break

Mickey Eovine sells a bag of reindeer food to a classmate as his father, Mike, looks on during the Tommy's Road Elementary Mini Society and Market Day on Thursday. The two-month project culminates in the opportunity to put economics into...

Suspect will face murder charge

A 45-year-old Goldsboro man originally charged with involuntary manslaughter was indicted this month on a count of second-degree murder, a far more serious charge. Nathan Hales Faison, of East Walnut Street, allegedly assaulted Gerald Anthony King, an acquaintance, in November...