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Friday, January 1, 2010

Elevated standards, fallen comrades: The most important stories of 2009

Many shed tears when news that an F-15E Strike Eagle had gone down in Afghanistan reached Goldsboro. Others cringed the day hundreds of neglected dogs were brought to the Wayne County Fairgrounds for treatment after a "puppy mill" was...

Pickle Drop marks start of new year

MOUNT OLIVE -- Nearly 2,000 people -- packed like pickles in a jar -- jockeyed for the best vantage point Thursday night at the corner of Cucumber and Vine streets to watch a big lighted pickle make its way...

4th Fighter Wing airmen, F-15Es will soon be home

After more than four months at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, members of the 335th Chiefs will soon board homeward bound aircraft. 4th Fighter Wing officials confirmed earlier this week that by the end of January, hundreds of aviators, maintainers and support...

NewsArgus.com's 2009 top 12

Based on the percentage of page views, the most popular online stories of 2009 were: JANUARY -- Fremont officer found dead in his home: Rusty Herring, a Fremont police officer, was found dead in his Goldsboro home on Jan....

2009 Year-In-Review

JANUARY Jan. 4 -- Goldsboro officials said they have three projects worth $17.45 million that could be ready to go should the federal government decide to progress with a much-talked about economic stimulus package -- $12 million for the...