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Sunday, December 5, 2010

City looks for transfer station architect

Selection of an architect for the $4.5 million GATEWAY bus transfer station portion of the Union Station project could be made by mid-February. Proposals from two architectural firms were reviewed Wednesday by Assistant City Manager Tasha Logan, GATEWAY Director Alan...

Mount Olive host annual Christmas Open House

MOUNT OLIVE -- Song, dance and wintry weather helped the town of Mount Olive bring up the lights Friday at its annual Holiday Open House. A crowd of several hundred people gathered on Center Street to cheer on the...

Mar-Mac Firefighters take children Christmas shopping

The Mar-Mac Volunteer Fire Department and Love Memorial Baptist Church joined together again this year to make Christmas special for a group of Wayne County children. The department chose 10 children from within and outside of the church for a...

2010 a bad year for farmers

The past year was one Wayne County farmers, for the most part, would just as soon forget. Intense heat during the height of the growing season doomed many fields of all types of crops. The heat started early in...

City Council to hear presentation on Stoney Creek Park

Members of the Stoney Creek Park Alliance are expected to make a presentation Monday evening at the Goldsboro City Council's pre-meeting work session -- one City Manager Joe Huffman said would unwrap the organization's vision for the near future...

Very merry Christmas parades

It was just a few minutes past 3:30 Saturday afternoon, as the last of four area parades was about to get underway in downtown Goldsboro. Like the others -- Mount Olive, Fremont and Princeton -- it would offer the usual...