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Thursday, January 14, 2010

James Sprunt CC program draws fire from regulators

KENANSVILLE -- The North Carolina Department of Justice's Criminal Justice Standards Division is auditing the Basic Law Enforcement Training Program at James Sprunt Community College, leaving 15 law enforcement trainees in limbo. According to a letter sent to JSCC President...

Sager will run to keep his seat in N.C. House

State Rep. Efton Sager, R-Wayne, announced Wednesday he will seek re-election to his District 11 seat. Sager, a former county commissioner for eight years, was elected to the state House in 2008 after former Rep. Louis Pate decided to...

Thinking about Haiti here at home

Wayne County people are doing their part to help the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. Goldsboro's M.E.R.C.I. Center is collecting medical supplies, bedding, blankets, sheets and personal care items to send to the disaster victims. The efforts are...

Retired Air Force sergeant will take on duties for county

Randy Weiss, 45, a retired Air Force chief master sergeant, has been hired as the county's new 911 communications director. A Michigan native, Weiss, who retired in October after 26 years in the service, replaces Delbert Edwards, who resigned...