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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Sheriff's Office SWAT conducts meth lab raid

SEVEN SPRINGS -- A Seven Springs man faces a meth manufacturing charge after the Wayne County SWAT Team raided his home on Wednesday afternoon. Around 3:40 p.m., the Special Weapons And Tactics team rolled into the driveway of 1968...

City names new Parks and Rec director

Just more than a month after former Goldsboro Parks and Recreation director David Carter submitted his resignation, City Manager Joe Huffman announced the hiring of his replacement. Ruben Wall, who currently serves as Durham's assistant Parks and Recreation director,...

Seven Springs house fire

Seven Springs firefighter Adam Clough sprays the smoldering remains of the Gladis Velasquez Gomez and Wilfredo Velasquez home with Seven Springs Assistant Fire Chief Rick Sutton supervising Clough's efforts. The fire destroyed the home located 103 Al Drive late Wednesday...

Wayne folks helping with Haiti relief

When Ann Maxwell heard a friend of hers was taking a donated corporate plane to pick up a group of doctors who had traveled to Haiti to help earthquake victims, she was touched by the generosity of those who...

Public record

Ham trucks damaged Two work trucks belonging to North William Street-based Wayco Ham Company had their front driver's side windows broken on Tuesday afternoon, according to a Goldsboro police report. William Wilkins Jr. of Evergreen Avenue reported the damages, estimated...

Former CBA band director conducting regional jazz ensemble

Roger M. Walker, retired Charles B. Aycock High School band director and current music director of the Starlight Dance Band, will be conducting high school musicians from across eastern North Carolina in the N.C. Jazz Region East Clinic at East...