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Monday, September 10, 2012

County still busy unraveling new payroll system glitches

The somewhat bumpy July launch of Wayne County's new payroll system provided the fuel to turn three minutes of public comment into almost an hour-long debate. Bob Jackson, a frequent speaker during the public comments portion of the Wayne...

Suspect sought in double murder

Goldsboro police continued their search today for the suspect in a double murder Friday night. Lawmen were looking for Angelo Mandril Burden, 38, of 1307 E. Walnut St., who is being sought in connection with the death of Donald...

N.C. DOT looks at U.S. 117's future

DUDLEY -- It is likely that within five years the intersection of U.S. 117 South and O'Berry Road will be converted into an interchange. The state already owns the necessary right of way. The surveying has been completed, and funding...

Boys & Girls clubs plan big Friday

Later this week, two local Boys & Girls clubs will launch "Day for Kids," which it hopes to make an annual event. Friday will be observed as a day to foster relationships between adults and children, said Jo Heidenreich, development...

Wayne Community College to offer quilting, jewelry-making classes

Wayne Community College Continuing Education will start quilting and jewelry-making classes this week. The quilting course will be taught Mondays, Sept. 10-Oct. 15, 6-9 p.m. in Room 106 of the Spruce Building on the college's main campus. This class...

Public record

Residential shooting Goldsboro police responded Saturday to a shots fired call in the 500 block of Olivia Lane. Upon arriving at 716 Olivia Lane officers found that the front porch of the home had been shot nine times with a...