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Monday, September 5, 2011

Public hearing on school bonds Tuesday

On Tuesday morning, Wayne County residents will have the opportunity to be heard on the county's plans to finance two school projects by selling $15 million in bonds and to assume ownership of the school properties as collateral. The public...

Scholarships available for veterans' children

RALEIGH -- As families participate in the annual ritual of back-to-school preparedness, the N.C. Division of Veterans Affairs is reminding eligible students to apply for college scholarships available to children of North Carolina war veterans. "In appreciation for the service...

City Council hearing Tuesday on demolition of Gold Inn

A public hearing concerning the use of Community Development Block Grant funds to demolish the Gold Inn on West Grantham Street will be the only hearing at Tuesday's City Council meeting. The meeting will be held at City Hall...

Man shot to death Sunday night

One man died and another received minor injuries when a gunshot was fired into the two victims' car as they were riding down the 900 block of Olivia Lane on Sunday night. Darrel Best, 21, was taken by ambulance...

Couple doesn't let storm stop wedding

There is an old adage that goes, if it rains on your wedding day, you will be blessed with a long and happy marriage. If this saying holds true, Brooke Goff and Stephen Tart, whose wedding was paid an...

AgCarolina Financial holding food drive until Oct. 12

AgCarolina Financial will be conducting a food drive at their Customer Appreciation events with donations going to the Food Bank of North Carolina in Raleigh and Greenville. The food drive is in association with the Cooperative Council of North Carolina's...