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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Hepatitis A warning issued

The Wayne County Health Department is advising anyone who ate at a yogurt stand on Spence Avenue earlier this month to seek treatment for possible exposure to Hepatitis A. Patrons who visited Fruity Yogurt at 317 Spence Ave. on Dec....

Salvation Army gives out food and toys

Brenda Zamora choked back the tears as she told her 8-year-old daughter, Sara, there would be no Christmas this year. The 37-year-old mother had just started a full-time job last month and was desperately trying to catch up on the...

Court orders bank to pay fines

The Goldsboro Housing Authority will receive a share of about $2 million from Wachovia Bank, now Wells Fargo, as part of a multi-state settlement of a bid rigging scheme -- money that Housing Authority officials had been unaware of....

Public record

Troopers look for driver The state Highway Patrol say they are continuing to look for the driver believed to be responsible for a traffic incident that resulted in a Wayne County Sheriff's Office patrol vehicle crashing into a wooded area....

Seven students perform in State Honors Chorus

Seven students were chosen to participate in the State Honors Chorus, performing in concerts held in downtown Winston-Salem last month. The N.C. Elementary and Middle School Honors Choruses, sponsored by the N.C. Music Educators Association, provided the students with...

Back in the Nick of time

For some, Christmas came a little early on Seymour Johnson Air Force Base's flight line Tuesday as dozens of airmen returned home from Afghanistan -- just three months into what was expected to be a six-month deployment. Among those...

For Christmas, wife just wanted a manger

For years, all Agnes Rogers has wanted for Christmas was a way to display her outdoor Nativity scene. "I just asked for a manger. That was all I wanted in my yard," she said. But you know how husbands...