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Friday, January 14, 2011

School year extended by one more day

The school year will now end one day later, on June 10, following additional revisions made to the Wayne County Public Schools' calendar as the result of recent inclement weather. Officials had announced earlier this week that several student make-up...

Understanding Afghanistan

Want to stabilize Afghanistan and bring most of the troops home? Then, you are going to have to find someone who can talk to the Taliban. Tim Nichols, a research fellow and adjunct professor in the School of Public...

Military, tourism economic stimulants

GREENVILLE -- Protecting and promoting its military presence and developing its defense and aerospace industries along with its tourism are both challenges and opportunities facing North Carolina's Eastern Region -- an area that is beginning to experience some recovery...

Kenly meth raid yields three arrests

KENLY -- A search for a probation violator in Wayne County wound up with authorities raiding a methamphetamine operation in Kenly. Stephanie Smith, 28, of Butterfly Lane in Pikeville, was being sought by the Wayne County Sheriff's Office for...

Office manager charged in theft

An office manager at a Goldsboro doctor's office has been charged with embezzling more than $100,000. Deborah Jean Holland, 46, of Damon Drive, Princeton, was arrested by the Goldsboro Police Department last week. The charge stems from a report filed...

DGDC speaker: Downtown should be an 'experience'

He talked about what the future of America would look like -- a dramatically larger minority population, an unprecedented number of senior citizens, a decreased tax base. But perhaps the most relevant information Raleigh City Planner Mitchell Silver provided...