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Monday, January 16, 2012

Library adding security officer

As of Friday, an off-duty police officer will monitor Steele Memorial Library for a few hours per day to help crack down on security after two more break-ins occurred the first week of January and to prevent noise disruptions...

Register of deeds seeking re-election

Wayne County Register of Deeds Lois Mooring will seek a third term in office, she has announced. Mrs. Mooring, who has served in the position since 2004, said last week she will be filing for re-election when the filing...

Film festival launches this weekend at Wayne Community College

Growing up in a military family, Anita Croasmun's weekends were typically spent at the movie theater. "You could go to the movies for a nickel," she recalls. She has parlayed her love of movies -- a celluloid version of...

Business support needed for career fair

The third annual seventh-grade career fair is just weeks away and the biggest concern is that all the tables be filled by local employers interested in recruiting the next generation of workers. "We want both days to be equally rich...

Still dreaming

He was with Coretta Scott King just a few months before her death -- and listened as one of the world's most famous widow's revealed the next fight her late husband would have waged had he not been assassinated. But...

City man charged with neglect of dog, puppies

A mother dog and four puppies seized by Goldsboro police from an abusive downtown home late last month are now safe in a Philadelphia home. Roger Wade Houston, 50, faces charges of animal abuse in connection with his alleged...

Public record

Stabbing Goldsboro police responded to the home of Kenneth Edwards, in the 200 block of South Virginia Street, after the 34-year-old was stabbed. Edwards reported to authorities that he was stabbed in the left arm by a woman during an...