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Monday, July 5, 2010

Students learn about hospital jobs

Some Wayne County high school students are getting a jump start on what may be their future careers. More than 20 rising sophomores, juniors and seniors attended the Wayne Memorial Hospital Health Careers Connection camp last week. Valerie Peele, staff...

WCC tuition increasing

Tuition will go up this fall at Wayne Community College but it "could have been worse," officials at the school say. The State Board of Community Colleges approved the tuition increase on Thursday as part of the 2010-2011 state...

County expected to set date for filling school board seat

When Wayne County commissioners meet Tuesday morning they are expected to schedule a special meeting for July 23 to choose a replacement for District 2 school board member Shirley Sims. Prior to that session, on July 21 and 22,...

Goldsboro High gets grant, but less funds

Goldsboro High School will get less than half of the anticipated $6 million in federal grant funds that was applied for in March, forcing school officials to get creative with spending the $2.9 million that will become available over the...

Clean water projects get $2 million in grants

RALEIGH -- Attorney General Roy Cooper announced last month that more than $2 million in grants will go to improve water quality, protect North Carolina rivers and wildlife habitat, and help farmers clean up animal waste lagoons. Projects were selected...

Bentonville holding Saturday events

FOUR OAKS -- Costumed historical intrepeters will demonstrate spinning, weaving, knitting, blacksmithing, candle-making and quilting at the Bentonville Battleground on Saturday. The event is one of the more than 100 free Second Saturday events planned across the state that...