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Monday, April 15, 2013

Wayne Opportunity Center request on agenda

Wayne County commissioners will once again take up a request by Wayne Opportunity center officials for the county to forgive a $30,000 debt. Center Executive Director John Chance is on the commissioners' agenda Tuesday to make a presentation on the...

Cops on top of the shop for a good cause

Goldsboro Police Sgt. Dale Foster stands atop the roof of the Krispy Kreme doughnut shop on Ash Street Saturday. The "Cop on Top" event was held by local law enforcement to raise money for the North Carolina Law Enforcement...

Stiles program tickets gone

A presentation by Vietnam veteran John Stiles on Tuesday night has been sold out, but tickets are still available for other events sponsored by the Wayne Community College Foundation. The retired Air Force lieutenant colonel was shot down during the...

Fremont town board to discuss new budget

The Fremont Board of Alderman will meet Tuesday to discuss the 2013-14 budget for the town. The board will meet in the town hall at 120 East Main Street at 7:30 p.m. In addition to the budget, the board...

Seven up for Mister and Miss Goldsboro High School on Saturday

Goldsboro High School will hold its Mister and Miss Goldsboro High School Pageant on Saturday, April 20, at 6 p.m. in the auditorium. The door opens at 5:30 pm. Tickets are available at the door for $5. There are...

EMS overtime to get look

Salary overpayments totaling $177,062 to employees in the Wayne County Office of Emergency Services accounted for 85 percent of the $207,722 in overpayments made in the county's 2012 payroll. Most of the blame for the overpayments has been placed on...

Efforts ready to curb cat issue

Feral cats are a constant concern in Goldsboro for the city's animal control personnel -- and despite efforts to curb growth -- the population is still increasing. "They are a serious problem in Goldsboro," said Cary Saulcon, Goldsboro animal...