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Monday, November 26, 2012

Helping make men

Wayne Community College is putting its own brand on a mentoring program with a mission to retain and graduate black male students. "Once they're here, we have a responsibility to help them move on, whether that be going on to...

Keen says he will eye schools

Wayne County Commissioner Steve Keen, who for months has lobbied for a review and update of the Board of Education's school facilities plan, last week said some action on the issue should be expected soon after the first of the...

SJAFB sets date for tree lighting

The children who live on Seymour Johnson Air Force Base are used to seeing flying objects -- and the men and women who guide them wearing green flight suits. But Monday, the F-15E Strike Eagles they are accustomed to...

Children injured in crash

DUDLEY -- A wreck on Old Mount Olive Highway today sent four middle school students to Wayne Memorial Hospital. The N.C. State Highway Patrol said the children's injuries were minor. Maria Loa Nunez, 25, 200 Waldrop Road, who was transporting...

Public record

Rash of holiday break-ins Goldsboro Police received almost 30 reports of items being stolen from Wednesday through Saturday afternoon. There were 28 reports of instances of larceny, breaking and entering and shoplifting during the latter part of the week, attributed...