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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Local worship leader releasing CD

Landon Bartlett is only 8 months old, but he already has a testimony to share, though for now, he's using his dad, Matt Bartlett and his new CD as his outlet. And to celebrate the release of that new...

Pikeville to hold Summer Blast on Saturday

PIKEVILLE -- Pikeville is gearing up for its third annual Summer Blast in the Park, which is being held from 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the Park of Pikeville. Nearly 15 vendors will be on hand offering arts...

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Man shot Romeo Pantoja Jr., 20, of South Pointe Drive in Mount Olive was reportedly shot in the right leg while in his 2007 Ford Mustang at 300 S. Pointe Road. The shooter was said to be traveling west on...

N.C. DOT reaching out to minority firms for U.S. 70 work

The N.C. Department of Transportation is hosting an outreach meeting this Friday for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises interested in subcontracting opportunities on the upcoming Goldsboro Bypass design-build project. The meeting will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. in the...

Church places hundreds of flags to honor those who died Sept. 11

Faith Free Will Baptist Church wants passers-by not to forget that 10 years ago, nearly 3,000 people lost their lives, so the ministers and congregation are flying flags to remind them. The flags in the grassy area next to U.S....

Wayne Memorial Hospital to help mothers improve parenting skills

Now that the kids are back in the classroom, moms are invited to sharpen their parenting skills. A "Back-to-School Boot Camp" for mothers will be held at Wayne Memorial Hospital on Tuesday from 5:30-7 p.m. Continuing the hospital's "LiveWell...

Four arrested on drug charges in Mount Olive

Three men were arrested and jailed under $100,000 bonds on drug charges and a juvenile taken into custody following an investigation and traffic stop by the Mount Olive Police Department. Police seized about eight ounces of powdered cocaine with...

County OKs bonds for schools

Daily fluctuations in federal bond interest rates Tuesday morning forced the county to scramble to make last-minute adjustments to a $15 million bond financing package for the Eastern Wayne and Norwayne middle schools construction projects, but it did not halt...

Plans for veterans clinic get nod from council

The Goldsboro City Council approved site and landscape plans for a proposed Veterans Affairs clinic at its meeting Tuesday. Plans call for creating a VA clinic on the east side of Hospital Road between Medical Office Place and New...