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Friday, March 26, 2010

Hill retires from Wayne County Public Schools

The man who spearheaded many of the facilities plans for Wayne County Public Schools has quietly retired. Sprunt Hill, assistant superintendent of auxiliary services, retired effective March 1, officials confirmed Thursday. Hill, of Mount Olive, had been placed on administrative...

Lawyer loses his license for loan frauds

A Goldsboro lawyer has been disbarred by the North Carolina State Bar for preparing more than 50 false bank loan statements. William D. Orander III will be able to apply for reinstatement in five years, according to a bar...

A shave to help kids beat cancer

His fingers running along what was left of the blond locks he wore moments earlier, Alex Grice curled his upper lip and looked toward the ground. The loss was starting to sink in. But as family members, friends and countless...

Daffodil royalty reblossoms

With the Fremont Daffodil Festival only a day away, a few of the former Miss Daffodils look back fondly on the town and their time wearing their crown. Although all have since left Fremont, they remember growing up in the...

Help troops 'Beat the Heat'

The North Carolina Branch of Give2thetroops, is collecting items for care packages for deployed troops in its "Beat the Heat" campaign. Items needed include snacks such as jerky, tuna in pouches, protein powdered drink mixes, nuts, granola bars, dried fruit,...