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Monday, December 28, 2009

WAGES program reaches out to teens

WAGES -- Wayne Action Group for Economic Solvency -- has gone a step further in its effort to create self-sufficiency among Wayne County residents. Through some of the stimulus money received from the government, social workers are holding seminars...

New express route popular

The new GATEWAY Express bus route that launched Dec. 14 and the large new bus being used to run it have received a good response from passengers despite some early complications, said Goldsboro-Wayne Transportation Authority Director Alan Stubbs. "They...

Minister revives gospel career

In the late 1970s, Janice Brown was carving out a nice little niche for herself in the gospel music recording world. As the 1980s rolled around, she had released about nine albums -- one was nominated for a Grammy --...

Letters to GHS

It has been years since Fremont STARS Elementary School teacher Tammy Wallace walked the halls of Goldsboro High School as a student. But that doesn't mean she has forgotten what it was like to hear what others said about her...

Public record

Woman found dead Goldsboro police are investigating the death of a 60-year-old woman. Dorothy Martin Outlaw Fryar was found dead on Christmas Eve at her home on Alpha Court. Sakina Outlaw, 40, also of Alpha Court, told police she had...