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Monday, March 18, 2013

Royall Avenue roadwork could cause one-lane traffic

Periods of possible one-lane traffic and slowdowns on Royall Avenue between Sunburst Drive and North Berkeley Boulevard can be expected to continue over the next several months and into the summer. However, those should be relatively minor in scope,...

Drink stop

Jake, a 4-year-old golden doodle, takes a break from playing in the 75-degree heat Saturday by taking a drink from a faucet at Stoney Creek Park, while his owner, Stasia Fields, handles the flow. "I'm ready for it and...

Legislators differ on session's progress

RALEIGH -- Even on a slow day at the N.C. General Assembly, the one thing that both Democrats and Republicans agree on is that 2013 has, so far, been a busy, fast-paced year. Of course they disagree about whether...

Woman first to lead American Legion post

Zoe Mossberg never set out to be the first female commander of her American Legion post -- she wanted to continue to serve. The Montana native retired from the Army in May 2011 after nearly 28 years in uniform....

Officers catch holiday revelers

The final numbers are not yet in, but the first night's tallies from the St. Patrick's Day Booze It and Lose It campaign show the program is working. The Goldsboro Police Department joined forces with the Wayne County Sheriff's Office...

One big fish

Steve Gregory, right, and his son, Lukus, fishing in the shad tournament sponsored by the Goldsboro Parks and Recreation Department and EZ-Tackle. The tournament was held across Wayne County. Scott Mooring took first place, catching a white shad that...

Commissioners taking second tour

The former Belk's department store building in Mount Olive will be the first stop Tuesday morning for Wayne County commissioners during their tour of county-owned facilities. The county plans to renovate the building to use as the home of the...