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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Hospital will buy Goldsboro Clinic

Wayne Memorial Hospital is taking steps toward adding physicians to its staff. At Tuesday's board of directors meeting, hospital CEO William Paugh said they plan to acquire Goldsboro Medical Clinic by Sept. 1. The clinic, located at 2400 Wayne Memorial...

Event reviews rich history of farming in Wayne region

Whether people are interested in agriculture or not, one thing is certain, if you're going to live in Wayne County, it's important to know at least a little about farming. That was the message that Cooperative Extension Agent Kevin...

Solution sought to subdivision road care

Convincing legislators to force the state Department of Transportation to take on the maintenance of new subdivision streets might be the only simple way to address the county's problem with the crumbling system, say members of a county Planning...

Board member recuses himself from decision

Wayne County Planning Board member Chris Cox Tuesday night recused himself from the discussion and vote on a subdivision final plat of which he was listed as one of three owners/developers. Cox left the room when the subject of...

Slimey summer fun

Jalen WIlliams, left, and Jaynyque Crawford show off their homemade "slime" after a science experiment that taught students how to make the gooey substance during a science and math class held at Rays of Hope Inc. early Monday morning. The...

Parking spot for Marine's trial for sale

When D.A. Stuart first learned that a high-profile murder trial had been moved to Wayne County, he saw an opportunity. There would surely be a throng of people, from news reporters to family members, interested in making the trek to...

Researchers study Little River migration

Donnie Danesi plunged a net into the Little River's waters and two huge catfish emerged wrapped in nylon, dripping and flailing their fins. His friend and fellow graduate student Joshua Raabe followed quickly behind, helping to ease the fish...