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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Mt. Olive Pickle Co. donates $50,000 to library

MOUNT OLIVE -- A fundraising campaign for a new Steele Memorial Library got a $50,000 boost Friday from the Mt. Olive Pickle Co. Foundation. An initial $10,000 contribution was made last week. The remaining pledge will be paid in...

School resource officer gets DWI

A school resource officer for Charles B. Aycock High School resigned his job after being charged with a driving while impaired offense, the Wayne County Sheriff's Office said. Deputy Alejandro Jones was arrested Saturday night by the state Highway Patrol...

County drug squad conducts search for 27 drug traffickers

The Goldsboro-Wayne County Drug Squad was busy this morning, pursuing a list of 27 people wanted for trafficking in marijuana, cocaine, heroin, certain types of prescription narcotics and several firearms. Officers from both the Wayne County Sheriff's Office and the...

Marshall says she can stand up to Burr

Jobs and the economy will drive this year's U.S. Senate race, but before it gets that far Democrats will have to choose a candidate who is not only in marked contrast to incumbent Republican Sen. Richard Burr, but who...

Military children get in free to N.C. State's Red vs. White Game

RALEIGH -- Military children and their families will be admitted free to N.C. State University's 2010 Kay Yow Spring Red vs. White football game April 17, through Operation: Military Kids. The game will start at 1 p.m. at Carter-Finley...

Public record

Church theft Pikes Crossroads Church, in the 2000 block of Pikeville-Princeton Road, was reported broken into through a window and burglarized on Saturday morning, the Wayne County Sheriff's Office reported. Taken were a music equipment, a small television and a...

Shamrock to host head-shaving benefit

A head-shaving benefit to raise money for childhood cancer research will be held Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Flying Shamrock on John Street. The St. Baldrick's event is being sponsored by the Fraternal Order of Leatherhead Society, or...

GHS holds Senior Americans Day

Former students, educators, family members of students and area residents participated in the annual "Senior Americans Day" at Goldsboro High School recently. The Student Government Association hosted the event, which included presentations by students from the school's theater arts,...