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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Delays in bid rigging scheme cases

Sentencing has been rescheduled for two people who have pleaded guilty in a big-rigging scheme involving Wayne County Public Schools. Pamela Carol Turner, 45, of Selma, owner of All American Roofing and Construction, was to be sentenced next Monday...

Council devises means to fund project

Discussion of the Center Street Streetscape project dominated much of the Goldsboro City Council's work session Monday night, as Finance Director Kaye Scott shared financing options for the nearly $2 million renovation to the 200 block of North Center...

County students win regional art honors

Twelve area student artists and photographers earned Gold and Silver Key awards at the regional level of the national Scholastic Art & Writing Awards program, held recently at Barton College in Wilson. Four Wayne County Public Schools were represented...

City moves ahead with museum plans

As the Air Force Museum Citizen Committee prepared for its second ever meeting, member Martha Bryan turned to Assistant City Manager Tasha Logan and complimented the city's recent addition to its newest building acquisition at 2406 E. Ash St.:...

Public record

Woman robbed while in home Ashley Rich, 26, reported being robbed at gunpoint in her apartment in the 200 block of Linwood Avenue Monday morning. Ms. Rich told Goldsboro police she heard a knock at her door and when...

Dating Doctor visits Mount Olive College with words of advice

For all those single people living in Wayne County, and especially those at Mount Olive College, the Dating Doctor has a piece of advice -- no one is going to ring your doorbell on a Wednesday night and say...