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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Seymour Johnson will likely not be among first to receive new tanker

A formal training unit, a first main operating base led by active duty and a second main operating base led by an Air National Guard unit will be among the first wings to receive the new KC-46A tanker -- an announcement that will...

Street work begins

Work on the Center Street Streetscape project began Monday morning and will continue for the foreseeable future as Daniels and Daniels Construction begins the project to renovate downtown's main street between Mulberry and Ash streets. The construction will prevent...

Garden spot

Brenda Wilkens pulls weeds from what will become a flower garden outside the building at Herman Park between the Herman Park Center and the Wayne County Library, which is being converted into a new senior center. Volunteers began work...

Grant to help families without homes

There are homeless people in Wayne County, says Albert Barron Sr., housing director of Eastpointe Human Services, but there is no stereotype. "It's not just like you see people pushing a cart down the street or lying in the park,"...

Misdials causing trouble

It's been more than a month since callers in Goldsboro and surrounding areas made the transition to 10-digit dialing, but residents in the 919 area code are still adjusting to the concept. Just ask Switzon Wigfall. The senior operations analyst...

Public record

Gunman fires at car The Goldsboro police are investigating an incident of shots fired into an occupied vehicle that took place Saturday about 10:45 p.m. in the 200 block of Seymour Drive. The two men inside the 2000 Acura...

Coldwell, Houser merge

Coldwell Banker announced today the merger of the real estate company with Houser Associates Real Estate of Goldsboro. The merger will strengthen both businesses, said Gary Rabon, president and CEO of Coldwell Banker Advantage in Raleigh. Representatives of Coldwell from...