Log in

Sign up

April 2, 2012 archives

View Archive

Monday, April 2, 2012

Tri-County announces fundraiser

DUDLEY -- Tri-County Electric Membership Corp. is offering residents of Wayne and surrounding counties the opportunity to "Sport A Shirt and Share A Night" with families of the Ronald McDonald House of Eastern North Carolina. The "Sport A Shirt,...

Delay in bid rigging cases

Sentencing has been rescheduled again for two of the four people who have pleaded guilty in a bid-rigging scheme involving Wayne County Public Schools. Meanwhile, sentencing for the two school employees who entered pleas in the case is scheduled...

Man, 43, charged in teen sex case

A 43-year-old Goldsboro man is in the Wayne County Jail this morning after being charged with sexually assaulting a girl 30 years his junior. Wen Bao Zou, of 511 Boxwood Lane, Apt. E, was charged Friday by investigators with...

Coram seeks Register of Deeds Office

Democrat Constance Coram is trying for the second time to unseat incumbent Lois Mooring in the race for Wayne County Register of Deeds. Beaten 2-to-1 four years ago, Mrs. Coram said she learned much from her first venture into politics...

A new crop: Farm family introduces rapeseed to Wayne County

MOUNT OLIVE -- With 65 years of experience in working the soil, Dexter Jackson, 80, doesn't mind being called an old-school farmer. But when he read a magazine article about an unusual crop, with an even more unusual name, he...

Red Cross Bloodmobile

Following is the April blood drive schedule for the Wayne County chapter of the American Red Cross: April 3 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Tri-County Electric. April 5 from 2 to 6:30 p.m. at Carver Elementary School. April...

90 years old, and he is still bowling strong

For bowler Charles Jacobi of Goldsboro, there aren't as many strikes as there used to be. The ball gets heavier quicker, and he admits to having a little less control over its movement. But give him a break. After...