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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Businesses take losses from equipment thefts

A rainstorm that left ankle-deep mud in many areas of Wayne County did not stop someone from cutting a rusty, chain-link fence that surrounds the yard of Aycock Tractor Co. on U.S. 117. An overhead light was broken, and when...

Goldsboro police officer loses leukemia battle

Goldsboro police officer James Serlick was remembered Monday and today as a brave young man who battled cancer with the same determination and courage he showed as an officer of the law. Serlick, 26, died Friday at Wake Forest...

Teacher honored for work with math

Rosewood High School teacher Jennifer Cochran has been named secondary school mathematics teacher of the year for Wayne County Public Schools. An educator for 11 years, Mrs. Cochran was recognized for using a variety of teaching strategies, including the integration...

Rabies kills puppy in county

Rabies in animals is still a concern in Wayne County, with a case reported late last week at a Mount Olive veterinary office. A puppy from the Newton Grove area of Sampson County was brought to Waylin Animal Clinic Nov....

False alarms costing county

False alarms, many from the same source, and routine administrative-type calls are tying up the county's 911 emergency resources, creating the potential for tragedy, Wayne County Sheriff Carey Winders said. Unlike the city of Goldsboro, the county does not fine...

Public record

Shot while walking home James Edward Darden, 21, Hopesway Drive, Dudley, told deputies he was shot during an attempted armed robbery on Durham Lake Road. Darden said he was walking home from a party when a car pulled up and...