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Friday, June 10, 2011

Man arrested in Fremont vehicular assault

FREMONT -- A man has been arrested by the Wayne County Sheriff's Office after allegedly hitting another man with a van Tuesday night in the parking lot of Citgo gas station on West Main Street near the intersection of...

Crime Watch program Saturday

Anyone interested in starting a neighborhood Crime Watch in any Wayne County community can learn how Saturday. A program at Madison Avenue Baptist Church will feature entertainment and refreshments as well as information from Goldsboro police officials on how to...

Health Department to discuss teen health issues

Teen health is an important enough topic to warrant the Board of Health moving its meeting to draw a public audience. The board, which typically holds a noontime meeting each month, voted to open it up to a community offering...

Police Department drops charges in shooting

A Goldsboro man charged this week for his alleged involvement in a shooting that sent six people to the hospital has been cleared. Goldsboro police placed Jaquan Amand Dennis under a $1.7 million bond Tuesday in connection with the May...

$21,000 for sick children ... one dollar at a time

Shoppers at Sam's Club know Vicki Mozingo as the lady at the door with the big smile. And those who talk to her might even know that she is passionate about children. But what they probably don't know is...

Few hear ideas for district line shift

The constitutional requirement of one person, one vote will be the overriding criterion as Wayne County redraws voting district lines for county commissioners and school board, demographer Bobby Bowers told a small gathering at a public meeting Thursday night....

Officials: Rail system needs work

Wayne County commissioners created a new zoning district this week -- Heavy Industry Conditional District -- and just moments later applied that zone to Goldsboro Milling Co.'s operation on Miller's Chapel Road to allow expansion of the rail siding and...

Lemonade and sprinkler days

Caroline Lovic could pretend Thursday that she was enjoying a relaxing afternoon in her back yard as she enjoyed the afternoon sun at the city's Cornerstone Commons downtown. Almost. The mother of five entrepreneurs, all 10 or younger, was...