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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Professor tells migration story to kick off Wayne County Reads

Wayne County Reads, celebrating its 10th anniversary, kicked off its 2013 season Monday at Wayne Community College with a discussion of Latino migration as its members prepare readers to tackle the group's newest selection. Dr. Hannah Gill of the...

Report: Pikeville receives clean accounting bill of health

PIKEVILLE -- The town of Pikeville received a good report from the company that performed its most recent audit at the town board's meeting Monday night. Sheree Klepchick, of the accounting firm Petway, Mills & Pearson of Zebulon, told...

Streetscape: Yes

The Goldsboro City Council decided to move forward with the engineering and design services portion of the second phase of the Center Street Streetscape Project Monday night, but not without extensive discussion. The measure awards the engineering work for...

Schools eyeing future for tech

Technology plays an integral role in schools, even more so as districts move toward administering state testing online, officials told the Board of Education Monday night. Olivia Pierce, executive director of information/technology services with Wayne County Public Schools, said that...

Feeling old and young again

Kindergartners are sometimes known for being wise beyond their years. But anyone walking though the hallways at Rosewood Elementary School on Monday might have been a little surprised to see just how much the first-year students have "aged" since school...