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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Hospital honors 10 top nurses

Susan Peacock, a registered nurse for 17 years, is known as a "true patient advocate" who takes time to sit and talk with them, even holding a hand when needed. Registered nurse Ben Kitchin, who works in labor and...

Wayne Memorial Hospital will focus on diabetes at health fair

Four area physicians and 24 vendors will participate in a health fair at Wayne Memorial Hospital on Nov. 20 to provide free screenings and information on ways to help manage and prevent diabetes. The health fair will be held...

Planning Board approves plan for new subdivision

The Wayne County Planning Board on Tuesday night approved a preliminary plat for a proposed 201-lot subdivision for the northwestern part of the county. The subdivision would be the largest such project since the 150-lot Goose Creek subdivision was begun...

Back home for holidays

The computer screen didn't do her blue eyes justice. Hearing about the moment she came into the world wasn't the same as being there as it unfolded. But Andrew Hogan couldn't be at the hospital when his wife gave birth...

DGDC wins two Main Street awards

The Downtown Goldsboro Development Corp. has been recognized by the N.C. Main Street Center for two of its projects which stuck out this year as models for the state in member and volunteer development and forming public-private partnerships. The...

Mount Olive College Founders Day 2012 Awards

Two students from Mount Olive College were awarded the Mount Olive College Founders Day Leadership Award on Tuesday. Magdiel L. Fuentes, left, and Jennifer B. Floyd were presented the awards by the college president, Dr. Philip Kerstetter....