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Monday, June 7, 2010

Dr. Patrick Sasser dies after being hit by baseball

Longtime Goldsboro physician Dr. Patrick Sasser, 80, died Saturday as a result of head injuries sustained after an accident at a baseball game at the Boys and Girls Club on Tuesday. His wife, Patricia Sasser, said they were at the...

WAGES sets career fair for June 30

Employers and employees are invited to attend the upcoming WAGES Career Fair on June 30. The fair, which is from noon to 3 p.m. at Herman Park Center, is geared toward anyone looking for a job, looking to hire or...

Workin' It - Artists, ceramics and bubbles

The Job: Pottery teacher The Company: KeepSakes Pottery Playhouse The Location: Goldsboro If every day was like my day at KeepSakes Pottery Playhouse, I probably would never leave work. It involved bubbles, popsicles and toddlers, basically my three favorite things....

Cheaper gas might boost summer travel

With gas prices dropping in recent weeks, travel experts are saying they expect more people on the roads this summer. But many Wayne County residents still recall the high prices of recent years and aren't ready to give up...

Mt. Olive Pickle unveils new jar labels

MOUNT OLIVE -- A famous Mount Olive icon is significantly changing its appearance for the first time in more than 40 years. Mt. Olive Pickle Co. products are hitting store shelves with new labels this summer as the company phases...

Miss Goldsboro to show off wardrobe

Miss Goldsboro 2010 Ashlee Perkinson will hold her wardrobe showing from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Herman Park Center and, for the first time, the public is invited. She will be competing in the Miss North Carolina competition in...

Correction

A story in Sunday's News-Argus about student housing at Mount Olive College incorrectly said the college will work with the Sleep Inn to accommodate students. The college has arranged to provide rooms for students at the Southern Belle Motel....