Log in

Sign up

March 15, 2013 archives

View Archive

Friday, March 15, 2013

College ready to help airmen

A move to suspend college tuition assistance for active-duty military personnel will definitely be felt by Wayne Community College, officials said Wednesday. The Air Force announced earlier this week that airmen have been notified that new applications for tuition assistance...

Suspect caught in 2012 murder

Not long after an arrest warrant was issued for Gerald George Lee by the Wayne County Sheriff's Office for the October 2012 murder of Justin Travis Lancaster, 25, the 19-year-old turned himself in. Lancaster was shot and killed on...

Suspects sought in robberies at stores

The Goldsboro Police Department is asking for community assistance in identifying suspects in the armed robbery of a local video game store. Three men held up the Game Stop video game store located at 910 N. Spence Ave. on March...

Habitat project

Seven students from Minnesota State University and nine from the University of Virginia volunteered to work for Habitat for Humanity during their spring break....

Commissioners update flood maps

Updated flood insurance maps have been approved for sections of northeastern Wayne County at its border with Greene County. The changes, adopted Tuesday by Wayne County Commissioners, do not alter elevations, but do include additional data points along the affected...

CBA homecoming queen to compete in state contest

Charles B. Aycock High School senior and homecoming queen Tiffany Hill leaves Saturday for Salisbury, where she will compete in the 33rd annual North Carolina Homecoming Queen contest, with hopes of advancing to the national event held later this summer...

Autopsy is back on baby

Air Force officials will not yet say whether the body found along a Columbus County road Tuesday afternoon is the 15-month-old son of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base Senior Airman Matthew Theurer, but a spokesman for the Chief Medical Examiner's...