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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Veterans parade will have 70 entries

Not long after event organizers disclosed that a lack of entries threatened to make this year's Veterans Day parade a forgettable one, the community started to respond. And by the time the window to sign up a float closed late...

'Freedom Rock' taking shape at Dudley church

In front of Dudley Christian Church stands a large red, white and blue striped tent. Underneath, a 24-ton rock is being painted in a patriotic theme by Pastor Blane Smith to honor the men and women in the United...

Students make toys for shelter animals

Darlene DeBruine, a family and consumer science teacher at Rosewood Middle School, is always looking for creative ways to teach her students. One year, her classes made pillows for cancer patients at Kitty Askins Hospice Center. When it came...

Chamber hits goal

Although the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce celebrated reaching its campaign goal at a victory party Wednesday night, Chamber President Marian Mason noted that contributions were still rolling in. That became particularly evident when chamber officials auctioned off a...

Drug raids end in arrests

The Goldsboro/Wayne County Drug Task Force began a campaign Wednesday targeting people who have been identified as unlawfully purchasing pseudoephedrine in Wayne County. Pseudoephedrine is a drug found in many over-the-counter medications available in area pharmacies and it is...

Public record

Thefts at businesses *Jerry Keen, an employee of Johnson Steel Company, reported the theft of 9,000 pounds of steel from the business between Oct. 12 and Nov. 8. Keen told Goldsboro police the stolen steel was located in a...