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Monday, February 1, 2010

We're melting ...

With some roads in Wayne County still covered by icy patches, most public offices remained closed today. Some roads in northern Wayne County, particularly N.C. 111, 581 and 222, were passable but still covered with ice this morning, while...

Shake, rattle and woof

The Job: Veterinary assistant The Company: Berkeley Veterinary Clinic The Location: Goldsboro It's possible I'm in love. His name is Jack. He's blond with brown eyes and a great set of teeth. He's even-tempered and is polite enough not to...

Toyota dealers get word to start repairs

WASHINGTON -- Toyota of Goldsboro general sales manager Brant Alyea said he hopes to receive parts this week from Toyota Motor Corp. to fix the sticky gas pedal problem that has plagued several of the popular automaker's vehicles recently....

Pedestrian killed by plow Saturday on U.S. 70 identified

A Goldsboro man was killed Saturday after being struck by a N.C. Department of Transportation plow truck, authorities said. Mark Glenn Walston, 21, of 1315 Clingman St., was walking west in the westbound lane of U.S. 70 when he...

Rec Center vote tonight

Goldsboro's on-again, off-again Recreation Center project will likely move one step closer to becoming a reality this evening, as members of the City Council are expected to approve the latest set of plans for the facility and put the...

ABC chief will talk to county leaders

Mike Myrick, the business manager for Wayne County Alcoholic Beverage Control, will update county commissioners Tuesday about the county's ABC operations. Commissioners will be briefed on their agenda at 8 a.m., followed by the meeting at 9 a.m. in...

Library to hold black history programs

Several events are planned during February at Wayne County Public Library in celebration of Black History Month. Shorlette Ammons-Stephens, head of children's services, released the schedule of programs, all of which are free and will be held in Gertrude...