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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Center offers entrepreneurs advice on how to be successful

Wayne Community College has long prided itself on anticipating the future job market and preparing its students for it. So classes and programs change to reflect the community's employment needs, readying those who will soon enter the workforce for...

Candidate's eligibility questioned

Redistricting and residency requirements have thrown the eligibility of N.C. Senate District 5 candidate Tony Moore into question as state elections officials will determine later this month whether he can continue to pursue the Democratic nomination. The issue is...

Mount Olive man dies in two-car wreck

A Mount Olive man died in a two-car crash shortly after 5 p.m. Tuesday on Summerlins Crossroads Road about 11 miles southeast of Mount Olive. Pedro Ceballos, 53, of 1342 Tram Road, was fatally injured in the wreck and...

GOP is eyeing eastern region

North Carolina GOP officials see Wayne County and the rest of eastern North Carolina as key to their party's ability to not only maintain its majorities in the state General Assembly, but also to win the governor's mansion, as...

Public record

Shootings in the city *Sirraundre Turner reported being shot while he was walking down the 1700 block of Maple Street Tuesday about 5 p.m. The 20-year-old told authorities he did not know who could have shot at him. *Robert Smith...

Seven to compete for title of Miss C.B. Aycock

Seven young ladies will be competing for the title of Miss Aycock on Saturday. The pageant will begin at 7 p.m. and will be held in the Charles B. Aycock High School gymtorium. Admission will be $5. Special entertainment...

Family sues over death at Britthaven

Opening arguments were heard Wednesday in Wayne County Superior Court in a case involving the death of a woman at a Goldsboro nursing home. Eddie Baker, the son of Britthaven patient Mary Lee Baker, who died in 2008, is seeking...