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Friday, September 23, 2011

Kindred heroes

DURHAM -- A brief conversation with a young Air Force captain took Walter Perry back more than 40 years. And in his mind -- if only for those few moments -- he was back on the flight line approaching his...

Residents question crossing closings

Eight easels set up at Wayne Middle/High Academy Thursday night detailed the state Department of Transportation's intentions concerning the Wayne County corridor of the North Carolina Railroad, including the proposed closing of four streets where they cross the tracks....

Governor coming to area to discuss base's future

The final installment of a four-part summit created by the governor to strengthen her relationship with the communities that house North Carolina's military bases -- and to ensure the state's installations are protected -- is scheduled to unfold Monday at...

Make-up days are picked for schools

Make-up day for Hurricane Irene closures of Wayne County Public Schools have been announced. The first day classes were out, Aug. 29, will be made up by all traditional schools, including Goldsboro High and Dillard Middle schools, on Friday, Oct....

Teachers will get chance to boost science training

Wayne County Public Schools is one of three districts in the state selected to share a $175,000 grant affording science teachers the opportunity to take part in professional development opportunities, officials announced. The three-year grant will allow 25 teachers...

WAGES to hold clothing giveaway

The WAGES Community Services Self-Sufficiency Project will hold a clothing giveaway on Friday, Oct. 7, in the WAGES multi-purpose room at 601 E. Royall Ave., from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The giveaway is designed to provide gently used...