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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Ride 'em, cowboys: Wicked Bulls take the arena

More than 300 spectators were on hand to see the hats and horns fly Monday as Wicked Bulls Productions returned to the Wayne County Agricultural Fair for a hoot and a holler, or, more simply put, a bull riding...

Broker pleads to insurance scheme

A Seven Springs man is facing up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine after his guilty plea on charges of conspiring to make false statements, to make material false statements and to commit mail and wire...

Wayne County Senior Center dedicated to local advocate

Wayne County has named its new Senior Center at 2001 E. Ash St. in honor of Peggy M. Seegars, the county's Senior Tar Heel Legislator. Mrs. Seegars has been a longtime supporter of local senior citizens and has been a...

Pikeville crowd rejects plan for town hall

PIKEVILLE -- Residents of the town of Pikeville were invited Monday night to express their opinions on how the town board should proceed in deciding what to do about their town hall facility, which has been a mobile home...

Sidewalk dilemma stymies council

The Goldsboro City Council approved a conditional use permit for a nightclub on Center Street during Monday's meeting, but opted to delay approval of site plans for a church on West Ash Street. District 3 City Councilman William Goodman...

School board passes budget

Wayne County Board of Education Monday night approved a $196.4 million uniform budget for the upcoming year, $2.5 million in contracts and a resolution opposing coastal wind projects in military flight training areas, and voted to change the dismissal time...