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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Three UNC friends kick soccer balls across Goldsboro

The drag of three soccer balls on pavement echoed once more across the early morning stillness today near Elroy. It's been the same noise each morning for the past 18 days for the three soccer enthusiasts behind those balls...

Eastern Wayne senior receives second award

An Eastern Wayne High School senior recently awarded a full scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has received a second prestigious award to the university. Marques McPhail was selected to receive the Joseph E. and Grace...

Students start tests as year winds down

It's that time of year when students are getting spring fever and teachers are anticipating a much-needed break. Before that can happen, though, there is one final requirement that must be checked off the list -- end-of-grade tests. Considered the...

City's budget faces $230,000 setback

The Goldsboro City Council decided at its Monday meeting to postpone most of its budgetary discussions until its next budget work session, set for May 30 at noon, but one member of the council did reveal some concerns with the...

Airports receive $150,000 grants

The Wayne Executive Jetport, Mount Olive municipal airport and Duplin County Airport are among airports to receive $150,000 each through the federal Vision 100 program. Wayne County is using the funds for a light approach system update and a...

Public record

Man shot in city A Goldsboro woman was shot in the leg while in his home about 2:45 a.m. Sunday. Synthia Denese Royal, 51, told Goldsboro police that three unknown suspects entered his home in the 100 block of Old...

Golden LEAF to hold meeting today to discuss grant process

The Golden LEAF Foundation will host the latest in a series of public forums on its Community Assistance Initiative grants-making process targeting the state's economically distressed counties. The meeting will be held today at 5:30 p.m. in Room 101...