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Monday, October 31, 2011

Foundation sets sights on featuring local talent

The trick to having a successful arts and humanities program at Wayne Community College year after year is simple -- bring in talent with local ties. Since the arts and humanities program was formed in 1999, it has boasted an...

Waiting for just the right fit for Communities in Schools

Not many can say they introduced a program in the county, served as its leader for nearly 16 years, then delayed retirement until a known replacement was ready to take the reins. But that's essentially what Sudie Davis, executive director...

County to vote on grant match

Wayne County commissioners Tuesday morning will have a public hearing on whether or not the county will provide a $157,400 match to enable Cooper Standard to receive a $157,400 One North Carolina Fund grant. Cooper Standard has announced a $17.9...

Local Girl Scout troops mark founder's birthday

Girl Scouts from 14 troops in Wayne County came together at First United Methodist Church in Mount Olive on Friday to mark the anniversary of the birthday of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of Girl Scouts of the United States...

GM donates vehicle to WCC

Wayne Community College has received a 2011 Equinox FWD LTZ through General Motors' corporate donations program for use in its GM Automotive Service Education Program, or ASEP. The vehicle is the latest donation from GM, which has previously provided...

Public record

Breaking and entering Goldsboro Police are investigating a break-in on Maplewood Drive in which an unknown suspect made off with just less than $50,000 in goods and cash. Linda Powers, 67, reported that between 2:10 p.m. and 2:49 p.m. she...