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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Steak Barn will reopen doors

The Steak Barn, a landmark Goldsboro restaurant that served patrons for more than 40 years, is reopening after shutting its doors in July. Owners Karen and Scott Adams say they want to make the new Steak Barn a return...

County balks at translation order

Extortion. That is how Wayne County Commissioner Andy Anderson Tuesday morning described a new federal rule that would force counties to translate certain documents into Spanish or face the loss of federal funding. Even though the plan under consideration currently...

Christmas choir

Three months to program, 72 motions, six people to assemble, a handful of watchers, one little boy with a big smile and 18 bears. The Leonard Bearstein Symphony Orchestra was assembled Tuesday morning at Berkeley Mall by the mall's media...

MPO will talk about changes required for U.S. 70

The state Department of Transportation's decision last month to complete the U.S. 70 Goldsboro Bypass within six years instead of in two decades or longer is forcing the Goldsboro Metropolitan Planning Organization to rethink many of its plans and timetables....

Commissioners will look at plans for draft capital spending projects

New homes for the Wayne County Health Department and Services on Aging and Mount Olive's Steele Memorial Library are expected to be part of a draft capital improvement plan to be unveiled Thursday. County Manager Lee Smith and his staff...

Deadline nearing for state internship applications

RALEIGH -- North Carolina residents attending a college, university, technical institute or community college have until Jan. 12, 2011, to apply for one of up to 65 paid state government internships available for summer 2011. The State Government Internship...