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Sunday, January 8, 2012

Road plans to get look

MOUNT OLIVE -- A two-car wreck that claimed the life of a 79-year-old Faison woman in November was the latest in a series of 11 crashes, and the second fatality, over the past five years on N.C. 55 near the...

City, next: City leaders give their opinions on some of the issues that are facing Goldsboro in 2012 ... and beyond.

SUNDAY, PART I: Goldsboro High, downtown and annexation MONDAY, PART II: 2012's top issues and City Manager Scott Stevens' view QUESTION 1: Goldsboro High School's futureMayor Al King: One of the things that comes to mind is to do whatever...

City Council expected to discuss fate of W.A. Foster Center

The fate of a popular recreation center as well as downtown's signature revitalization project will be among the topics of discussion at the City Council's work session Monday at 5 p.m. in the City Hall Annex on North Center...

Mental Health Association weighs closure

The Mental Health Association in Wayne County is doing everything possible to avoid shutting its doors, but the economy might make the move inevitable, officials said Friday. "We have disconnected the phone service because we're trying not to incur any...

Girl Scouts kick off annual cookie sales

Kamryn Mendes will do just about anything to sell Girl Scout cookies -- including standing out in the snow. "It was freezing and I really wanted to go home, but I didn't want to give up," the 12-year-old member...

Empty Stocking Fund hits 2011 goal

The effort has grown over the years, with The News-Argus, the Woman's Club and the Continental Society joining hands to deliver a party and gifts to selected children. "I'd personally like to thank all the volunteers who came out and...