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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Sunday in the Park returns

Live music, clowns, painting and fresh produce will all be part of this year's Sunday in the Park events. They will be held the first Sunday of each month from 2 to 5 p.m. at Herman Park. The first...

Junior Livestock Show

Doodle Edwards, left, and Joey McCullen unload a pig for the Junior Livestock Show and Sale at the Wayne County Fairgrounds early today. The show starts today with the goat show at 6 p.m. and calf show at 8...

County changes budget policy

More than $500,000 will be pulled from the county's reserve fund to cover budget amendments in the Office of Emergency Services even though unused money is available in the department's budget to cover most of the expense. Wayne County commissioners...

Cures for the Colors cancer fundraiser set for April 12-14

Southeastern Cancer Care "Cures for the Colors" third annual Walk/Run Marathon fundraiser will be held Friday through Sunday, April 12-14. Southeastern Cancer Care's goal is to assist patients in eastern North Carolina with food, utilities, gas, clothing and other...

Multi-sport complex eyed

With a rendering showing them what a potential multi-sport complex off Harding Drive could look like, members of the Goldsboro City Council voted Monday to push ahead with more information gathering -- including an idea of what the impact...

School social workers on front lines for student needs

School social workers are often front-line witnesses to the worst possible situations a child can face. They have been called a "crisis team" of sorts for the roles they play advocating for students in the public schools. If there...

Holocaust survivor to speak at Mount Olive College event April 9

Abe Piasek was only 12 years old in 1939 when Poland was occupied by Nazi Germany. A year later, he was ripped from his family and taken to Radom, a forced labor camp. Piasek spent years in the labor...

City fills building inspector position

Goldsboro officials announced Monday that a new building code administrator has been hired, four months after Ed Cianfarra retired after 27 years of service to the city. His replacement, Allen Anderson Jr., has 19 years with the city himself,...