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Thursday, November 1, 2012

Arrest made in Teasers murder case

The man Goldsboro police allege is responsible for a shooting that left an 18-year-old dead inside Teasers Night Club Sept. 30 is behind bars. Quinton Leon Swinson II was charged with murder late this afternoon in connection with the...

Arrest made in Teasers murder case

The man Goldsboro police allege is responsible for a shooting that left an 18-year-old dead inside Teasers Night Club Sept. 30 is behind bars. Quinton Leon Swinson II was charged with murder late this afternoon in connection with the...

Keen: Budget needs sharp look, tax cut

The News-Argus posed three questions to candidates for the Wayne County Board of Commissioners. Following are the responses of Republican District 4 Commissioner Steve Keen who is unopposed in the Nov. 6 general election. 1. The budget is perhaps the...

Rapist sniffed out, arrested

Following a car chase, a crash, and an attempt to flee on foot, an alleged rapist and burglar, Marvin Devon Breeden, 19, 315 E. Walnut St., was tracked down by a K-9 unit Wed-nesday, and apprehended. He now sits in...

Early voting continues

With only three days remaining for one-stop early voting, Wayne County appears poised to match, if not exceed, the 34,332 votes cast during one-stop voting prior to the 2008 presidential election. Through Wednesday, when 2,264 people voted, the total...

Is it real?

Bryan Boyd, 2, reaches to touch a fake spider in the haunted house at Herman Park. Goldsboro Parks and Recreation transformed the parkhouse into a spooky spot as part of the city's Fall Fun Fest....

Former educator dies at 87

Neal Stitt, among the first black teachers at Goldsboro High School during integration, who also served on the city schools Board of Education, died early today after being recently diagnosed with cancer. He was 87. Stitt was a life member...

Bell: Cash right way to fund growth

The News-Argus posed three questions to candidates for the Wayne County Board of Commissioners. Following are the responses of District 3 Commissioner John Bell, a Democrat, who is unopposed in his re-election bid. 1. The budget is perhaps the biggest...

SJAFB airmen slated to return

For the past several months, there have been fewer F-15E Strike Eagles on the runway -- fewer of the airmen who command them working within the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base gates. But sometime in the next few weeks, both...