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Monday, March 19, 2012

Senior Center to get OK for $1.25 million

Approval of a $1.25 million budget ordinance that would allow work to begin on the county's new Senior Center will be before Wayne County commissioners when they meet Tuesday. Commissioners last month approved a $1.2 million contract for the...

Meals to help send children to camp

Members of the Salvation Army ladies auxiliary will be serving up barbecue during their annual fundraiser Thursday. Meals will be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Salvation Army building at 610 N. William St. The cost is...

Consequences for the suspect

North Carolina General Statute ยง 14-69.2 "Any person who, with intent to perpetrate a hoax, conceals, places, or displays in or at a public building any device, machine, instrument, or artifact, so as to cause any person reasonably to believe...

Too warm too soon?

Wayne County's 30,000 acres of wheat hold the potential for a 1.65 million bushel, $10 million spring harvest. But while the unseasonably mild weather has acted like a growth tonic for the grain, it also has left it more susceptible...

Hunt continues for bomb threat callers

It's a scene that has become all too familiar at the new Cherry Hospital construction site -- workers standing idly by while military bomb experts and local law enforcement sweep the grounds. But since the first of eight bomb threats...

Public record

Copper stolen from Salvation Army a/c unit Officials at the Salvation Army reported March 16 that more than $300 in damages was inflicted on their facility's air conditioning unit when someone stripped it of its copper wiring. City fire...