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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

WCC will graduate 786 later this week

Two graduation ceremonies will take place at Wayne Community College later this week, including the largest college credit class in its history. The college set new enrollment records this school year, with 3,722 students in the fall semester --...

Marching for the seniors

Xavier Knight, right, leads a parade of the Goldsboro High School Marching Band through the halls of Britthaven of Goldsboro on Monday in celebration of National Nursing Home Week. The week honors the workers, volunteers and others who help to...

Duplin commissioners back down on some extreme budget cutbacks

KENANSVILLE -- Faced with completely cutting several public services, the Duplin County Board of Commissioners reversed course Monday and voted to add $2.9 million from the county fund balance to the 2010-11 budget. After much discussion, board members voted 4-0...

Eric Lane seeks new trial

The state Supreme Court is reviewing one of Wayne County's most infamous murder cases, in which a 5-year-old girl was found raped, murdered, wrapped in a trash bag and thrown into Nahunta Creek. Eric Glenn Lane, now 38, was...

Area lawmakers talk about what's next for mental health

Mental health programs are bearing a large part of state budget cuts, and those people associated with mental health, either professionally or who know people who use the services, need to let state officials know of their concerns, speakers...

Officials keep eyes on signs

The smattering of political signs that sprung up in the weeks proceeding last Tuesday's primary election should soon, just like the election, be just a memory. There are few county and city rules governing the signs, but one of...

Public record

Armed robbery, assault on a handicapped person A disabled East Elm Street man was beaten with a large stick by three unidentified males in the 800 block of East Elm Street, according to a Goldsboro police report. Anthony Stokes told...