Log in

Sign up

February 8, 2011 archives

View Archive

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Museum plans Black History Month exhibit

The Wayne County Museum opened a Black History Month exhibit this past weekend titled "Civil War to Civil Rights," a look at the black American experience from the Emancipation Proclamation by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863 through the Civil...

Woman dies after crashing into car

Sarah Lilley Joyner, 58, of Goldsboro, was killed Saturday night after she struck a parked vehicle on U.S. 13 about eight miles west of Newton Grove, state Highway Patrol officials said. Around 11:15 p.m., Ms. Joyner's vehicle left the...

Mount Olive reviews new audit findings, considers adding new person to roster

MOUNT OLIVE -- Town commissioners Monday night accepted without comment the town's audit for the year ended June 30 only later to come out of a closed session and authorize Town Clerk Arlene Talton to make recommendations to the board...

City to give base $75K for air show

The city of Goldsboro is getting into the air show business -- to the tune of $75,000. "We have been asked to help with securing some of the entertainment and marketing expenses," Assistant City Manager Tasha Logan told members...

Board: No change to school facilities blueprint

The Board of Education is committed to moving forward with its facilities plans for Norwayne and Eastern Wayne middle schools, which call for an improved storm drainage system. Commissioners last week expressed concern about drainage issues at Eastern Wayne,...

Wayne Reads: Women in Afghanistan talk tonight

Dr. Miriam Cooke, a professor of Asian and African languages and literature at Duke University, will address the topic of war and its impact on women in the Middle East on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. at the Arts...

Free finanical aid workshops to be held at two colleges

Two free financial aid workshops will be held in Wayne County on Saturday, Feb. 19, from 9 a.m. to noon. One will be held in the W. Burkette and Rose M. Raper Hall at Mount Olive College. The other...

CCOG helps raise $2K for youth soccer

Chevrolet Cadillac of Goldsboro was one of 21 Chevrolet dealers in central and eastern North Carolina area that partnered with local youth soccer leagues for the 2010 season, raised a total of nearly $62,050 in total donations from the...