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Friday, July 6, 2012

Solar energy companies plan projects in Mount Olive

MOUNT OLIVE -- Two solar farm companies are planning projects in the Mount Olive area, pending a change in the town code of ordinances to allow renewable energy. A public hearing will be held at the Mount Olive town...

Suspect, hero at heist named

Authorities have identified the assailant who attempted to rob, at gunpoint, the Kangaroo Express located inside the BP gas station at 901 W. Grantham St. Tuesday morning, as well as the man who courageously stepped in to stop him....

Movies scheduled at Paramount

Goldsboro residents will soon be able to enjoy movies at the Paramount Theatre. Movies will start in August and run periodically through February. "We are excited about the chance to show movies," said Sherry Archibald, director. "It's another way to...

Sprinkler fun

Carlos Gonzalez, 5, runs around under a large sprinkler during Goldsboro's Sprinkler Fun Day at Cornerstone Commons Thursday afternoon. The sprinkler is set up by the Goldsboro Fire Department every Thursday from 3 to 4 p.m. during the summer to...

Council hopeful Ben Farlow proposes new vision for city

Goldsboro resident Ben Farlow will be on the ballot July 17 as he seeks the city's District 3 council seat being vacated by Don Chatman. Farlow, 36, said he became interested in city government through interactions he had with...

Public record

Stolen vehicles * Goldsboro police are investigating the theft of blue 1996 Subaru Brighton, taken Tuesday from the parking lot between the library an Herman park. * A black 2003 Cadillac CTS was stolen from a Virginia Street residence in...

Man, 51, cited after crashing into building

A driver was cited by Goldsboro police Thursday for failure to maintain lane control after crashing into a local storefront. Negussie Ketema Betele, 51, 103 W. Lockhaven Drive, was turning right onto Ash Street when he lost control of his...