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Monday, April 4, 2011

Officials figuring logistics for station

There is plenty of blame to spread around for lapses in planning for GATEWAY's new transfer station, Wayne County Manager Lee Smith says. The discussions over the station failed to adequately address not only where its administration will be housed,...

Hospital's Wound Care Center scheduled to receive honor

When Brenda Williams of Goldsboro developed complications from diabetes, resulting in an open wound on her foot, she was referred to the Wound Care Center at Wayne Memorial Hospital. The series of treatments in the center's hyperbaric chamber has...

Student earns second term as Key Club district governor

Brinson Mitchell's first association with Key Club was based upon curiosity. "I just decided to check it out with my friends," the Wayne Early/Middle College High School junior said. That was three years ago, when the school first introduced the...

County to hear air show update

Wayne County commissioners Tuesday morning will be briefed by Seymour Johnson Air Force Base officials concerning the Wings Over Wayne Air Show to be held April 16-17 at the base. An agenda briefing will start at 8 a.m. followed by...

Public record

Teenager missing, possibly runaway The Mount Olive Police Department is investigating a missing person/runaway. Teirra Lashay Williams, 15, who is also known as "TT", of 212 Dogwood Lane, Mount Olive, was reported missing on Monday, March 28, at 7:30 p.m....

Bee roundup

Bob Kemper, right, and Beverly Keen, members of the Neuse River Beekeepers Association, collect a swarm of honeybees from the yard of Trey Kilpatrick on North Church Street in Mount Olive Sunday. It took them about a half-hour to...