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Monday, October 18, 2010

Property schedule of values gets look Tuesday

The public will get its first look at Wayne County's proposed 2011 real property schedule of values -- values assigned to specific kinds of property that will play a role when county commissioners set next year's tax rate. Commissioners...

Cleaning up the park

Lorice Smith, left, and Timothy Whitfield paint the privacy walls of the restrooms at Berkeley Park in Goldsboro as part of a city-sponsored parks cleanup effort. A fresh coat of paint, new trash receptacles, general cleanup and a new gate...

Mount Olive woman dies; hit head-on

A head-on collision Sunday night that law enforcement officials say was likely caused by a drunken driver has left a Mount Olive woman dead. Kristie J. Lee, 37, Thunder Swamp Road, died soon after her vehicle was struck by...

One dead, five injured in morning crash

A single car accident this morning has left one person dead and sent five to Wayne Memorial Hospital. The accident took place on Herring Road near Thoroughfare Volunteer Fire Station. The accident occurred around 6:45 a.m., Thoroughfare Fire Chief...

Eagle Scout beats the odds after suffering brain injury

A brace on his left arm, a walking cane in his right hand, Carson Thomas rose from his wheelchair to walk the final steps down the aisle at the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base Chapel on Saturday to participate in...

Public record

Theft Dahyanna Rodriquez, 25, Franklin Street, told Goldsboro police that a $600 laptop computer had been stolen during a break-in at her home. Damages totaled $250 to a double-pane window....

Council will meet tonight

Three public hearings are scheduled for a City Council meeting set to cover little else this evening. The first involves a zoning request for property located on the east side of Oak Forest Road, between U.S. 70 and Gateway Drive...