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Friday, April 1, 2011

Cherry Hospital faces sanction

Officials from the federal Centers for Medicaid and Medicare were on the campus of Cherry Hospital this week to investigate an incident involving an adolescent who left the campus without authorization in March. As a result, the state psychiatric...

Wayne Country Day project expected to double size of school

Wayne Country Day School is preparing for its third generation of students by rolling out a capital campaign and three-phase expansion project that will double the size of the private school. The $5 million project is expected to take 24...

Duplin will seek new company for tickets

KENANSVILLE --The electronic ticketing company Ticketmaster will not renew its contract with the Duplin Events Center in Kenansville, citing the facility's lack of online traffic. Ticketmaster notified the county that it was not going to extend its contract, which...

In tune

Zach Harrell, a member of the all-county high school honor band, plays the tuba during the All-County Band Festival at Dillard Middle School on Thursday. Nearly 120 middle and high school students from across the county participated in the...

His dedication, courage earned him Bronze Star

Victor Snyder had no idea his mission was so critical. "The way we like to put it is we're a jack of all trades, master of nothing," he said. "Whenever there's something that needs to be coordinated with transportation, anything...

Public record

Lawn and garden equipment stolen More than $8,000 in property was stolen from ProTurf Lawn and Garden Center on the 2000 block of U.S. 70 West. The theft occurred between 7 p.m. Wednesday and 7:25 a.m. Thursday. The suspects accessed...

Fremont chooses chief of police

FREMONT -- Paul Edward Moats Jr. was sworn is as the town of Fremont's new police chief Thursday evening, ending a search of four months. Moats, who has more than 20 years of experience in law enforcement, said open...

Fill the Boot

Goldsboro firefighter Rob Loreman was one of many firefighters standing outside the Spence Avenue Walmart to Fill the Boot to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Firefighters will be outside the Goldsboro store, as well as the Rosewood...