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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Neighborhood pothole battle continues

The wheels are in motion to create a neighborhood group in the suburbs north of Buck Swamp Road between Perkins and Salem Church roads which could lead to better days for the paved roads that traverse the development. The...

A gobbling creation

Hannah Best, 5, and her mother, Angie, work on creating a turkey out of papier mache at the Arts Council of Wayne County on Tuesday. The Bests took part in an Arts Council program that gave young children a...

Group will eye museum project

Goldsboro City Manager Scott Stevens said a committee to discuss the future of the city's newly acquired building on East Ash Street should be formed within the next few weeks. The building at 2406 E. Ash Street, formerly the...

Few voters cast ballots Tuesday

Wayne County had its smallest election in recent memory as only 4.44 percent of the eligible voters came out to the polls. But that was in large part because the county's biggest municipalities -- Goldsboro, Mount Olive and Fremont...

Two rape attempts reported at Mount Olive College dorms

An attempted rape at Mount Olive College's men's dormitory is being investigated by Mount Olive Police. The victim is a 19-year-old female, according to police reports. The incident was the second attempted rape at the college that police have...

Public record

Deputies look for missing woman The Wayne County Sheriff's Office is requesting assistance from the public in attempting to find a 26-year-old Goldsboro woman who has been missing for more than a week. Latoria Renea McClarin voluntarily left her residence,...

Cultural celebration

The American Indian Celebration at the Wayne County Museum on Saturday coincided with the opening of a new exhibit at the museum, "The American Indians of North Carolina: Then and Now." Traditional artwork and food were also on display....

WCPS names outstanding elementary math teacher

Wayne County Public Schools named its 2011-12 outstanding elementary mathematics teacher of the year this week. Amber Craig, a fourth-grade math teacher at Grantham School, was recognized at Monday night's school board meeting. An educator for 10 years, officials...