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Friday, April 27, 2012

Testimony continues

Ismail Kandeel still doesn't understand. "What happened to us?" he said from a witness stand inside the Wayne County Courthouse Thursday afternoon. "What happened to us?" It has been nearly two years since his brother, Ribhi, succumbed to injuries sustained...

City hires new chief

Interim Goldsboro Police Chief Jeff Stewart has been hired by the city to take over the job permanently, city officials announced Thursday. Stewart said that although he knew he was a finalist for the job, that the news still...

Realtor of the Year chosen

Gay Jeffreys Elmore, of Prudential The McMillen Real Estate Group, was named Realtor of the Year Thursday at the 46th annual Realtors Luncheon held by the Goldsboro/Wayne County Association of Realtors and sponsored by The Goldsboro News-Argus. At left...

Two witnesses say they are 'afraid for their lives'

Two witnesses in the first-degree murder trial that will determine whether Joshua Earl Devon Davis, Quentin Lamont Kenon and Rashard Vondarius Oliver spend the rest of their lives in prison for the death of Brookside Convenient Mart owner Ribhi Kandeel...

Cornerstone Award marker unveiled at downtown site

After a career in public service that has spanned decades, Ed Borden has finally been permanently honored as one of Wayne County's chief community contributors after the unveiling of his commemorative brick at Cornerstone Commons in downtown Goldsboro Thursday...

Public record

Man shot from vehicle; no charges pressed Richard Sutton of South Slocumb Street told police that while walking along the street on the 200 block of Rosewood Avenue at 9:40 p.m. On April 25, a dark-colored SUV pulled up and...