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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Rep. Butterfield touts job programs

One message was clear to U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield during his town hall meeting at the Wayne County JobLink Career Center on Monday morning: The federally funded programs that help the unemployed to better themselves are needed and appreciated...

Easter egg epic

Zariah Carroll, 3, enjoys the Epicurean Civic Club's annual Easter egg hunt Monday at Mina Weil Park. The club has held its annual hunt on Easter Monday for more than 30 years....

Kayaking for Relay for Life

A group of kayaking enthusiasts, paddling 225 miles in nine days on the Neuse River and other waterways to raise money for the fight against cancer, made a stop in Goldsboro on Tuesday. Led by cancer survivor Kim Tart...

County, municipal leaders confer

The scene at Wilber's Barbecue Monday evening, with a little imagination, was reminiscent of a long overdue family reunion. Half a dozen tables were lined end to end all covered in barbecue and sides as public officials from across...

4th Wing planning day of sorties

Seymour Johnson Air Force Base's 4th Fighter Wing will pay homage to World War II history at 11 a.m. Monday, launching 70 F-15E Strike Eagles in a training mission to destroy more than 1,000 targets on bombing ranges across the...

Public record

Deputies investigate Dudley break-ins *Gary Jackson reported the theft of more than $7,000 of property from his shop, located in the 500 block of Old Mount Olive Highway in Dudley, that occurred between March 1 and March 2 to the...

Power UP for teens Friday and Saturday

Have you or someone you know been affected by cyberbullying, bullying or teen suicide? This Friday at 6:30 p.m., a group of concerned citizens and local professionals will gather to talk about how they can help stop these problems that...