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Thursday, June 6, 2013

Two vehicles overturn

Two accidents early today left one driver in critical condition and shut down traffic entering Goldsboro from the south and west. An 18-wheeler hauling 8,800 gallons of gasoline overturned on the access ramp on U.S. 117 from U.S. 70 East...

Director offers plan for buses

The school system's transportation director addressed concerns about the district's poor scores from the state's past two years of bus inspections, telling the school board Monday night he is working to improve the situation. Two weeks ago, the News-Argus obtained...

Severe weather could affect local graduations

Three high school graduation ceremonies this weekend could be affected by the weather prognosis. Ken Derksen, director of communication services for Wayne County Public Schools, said the district is monitoring the weather situation and making contingency plans. Friday is the...

Roundup results in arrests

The Goldsboro Partners Against Crime community initiative to stop violent crime moved into its second phase today. The Goldsboro Police Department and the Division of Probation and Parole conducted a roundup beginning at 5 a.m. bringing in past offenders who...

Kenly man sentenced to life on federal drug charges

A Kenly man Tuesday was sentenced in federal court to life in prison on drug charges involving almost 5 kilograms of cocaine. David Neil Phillips, 38, was sentenced by Senior United States District Judge James C. Fox to life...

Holding to hold office hours in Fremont Town Hall

Wayne County residents looking for help from Republican Congressman George Holding will be able to visit his newest satellite office in Fremont beginning today. The office, which will be in the Fremont Town Hall, will be open from 10...