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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Alzheimer's meeting Oct. 5

Alzheimers North Carolina will be sponsoring an educational meeting and support for families who are taking care of a loved one with Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia. The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 5 at St....

916th to mark 25 years at SJAFB

From the ground in Afghanistan to the skies just above the North Carolina Air Force base it calls home, members of the 916th Air Refueling Wing will soon reflect on a quarter-century that has seen locally-stationed Reserve airmen rise to...

Suspect says he is innocent

Steven Lynn Barbour, accused of murder, testified Wednesday that he is not responsible for the death of Jamie Lee Hinson. Barbour, 31, is one of three charged with first-degree murder in Hinson's slaying. He could face the death penalty...

Fair weather? Clear.

There was no "opening Thursday" at the Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair last year. It was far too wet to open the midway. So when Fair Director Milton Ingram checked the 10-day forecast this morning and saw blue skies and clear...

George Holding offers glimpse of beliefs, plans for Congress

When it came to scheduling a site for his first public meeting with the residents of Wayne County since he announced his candidacy for a congressional seat, George Holding said it wasn't much of a challenge. "Wilber's made me...

Mount Olive's airport eligble for a grant

MOUNT OLIVE -- Wednesday's announcement that the town's airport is eligible for $1.3 million in federal aviation funding is a bit of mixed blessing -- even if the town makes the cut, it will be faced with the daunting task...