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Friday, October 22, 2010

Workers: One-stop voting popular so far in most areas of county

MOUNT OLIVE -- Robin Ingram of Goldsboro had just gotten off one job and was heading off to start another Thursday morning, but decided to take a few minutes to vote one-stop -- something she has done for several years...

Mount Olive man shot on street in afternoon

MOUNT OLIVE -- A man was shot twice Thursday afternoon in front of a Mount Olive convenience store. Anthony Rivers, 22, of East Kornegay Street in Mount Olive was reportedly shot in the leg and in the side in the...

Warsaw sets date for parade

WARSAW -- The small Duplin County town of Warsaw will welcome thousands of guests Nov. 6 to its 90th annual Veterans Day celebration, the oldest in the country. Warsaw has been celebrating Veterans Day since long before the day was...

Public record

Three firearms stolen from Dudley home A Dudley rental home on South Running Deer was broken during the shortly after noon on Wednesday, according to a report. A 9-mm semi-automatic pistol, AK-47 Rirfle semi-automatic and a 12-gauge shotgun was...

Twenty-five charged in local drug raid

An almost 10-month-long investigation and undercover campaign has led to arrests for various drug offenses ranging from possession of a controlled substance to trafficking in various controlled substances, law enforcement officials say. The main targets of the Goldsboro/Wayne County...

Howling good time planned at local park

For the second straight year, members of the Stoney Creek Park Alliance will host a Halloween-themed event meant to raise money for construction of a dog park at the Ash Street site. But this time, those who participate -- and...

Candidates tell about selves at Mount Olive breakfast forum

MOUNT OLIVE -- Candidates at a Thursday morning breakfast were asked to check their partisan rhetoric at the door, and to spend their allotted three minutes talking about themselves. However, that didn't stop a few of the candidates from...

Fundraisers are planned for Habitat

Habitat for Humanity of Goldsboro-Wayne County is planning a pancake breakfast and a girls' night out event to raise funds to build homes for deserving families. The non-profit organization will hold a pancake breakfast this Saturday from 7-10 a.m. at...