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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Clinic welcomes more local patients

WATCH, the free clinic that provides health care services for the county's uninsured population, has hired a new nurse practitioner and is again accepting new patients. Wayne Action Teams for Community Health, introduced in Wayne County in 2000, is most...

Women's group crochets lap robes for local vets

The military men and women at the North Carolina State Veterans Home in Kinston don't expect thanks for their service in all branches of the military and in several wars. They were just doing their duty. But when a group...

Hillbilly Hike planned for Saturday

It's that time of year again, time for country bumpkins and local yokels to trudge their way through the mud, sludge and sometimes blood for a T-shirt Saturday at Old Waynesborough Park. The Hillbilly Hike 5K mud run begins...

County seeks help to get technology in Seven Springs

Wayne County commissioners have made good on a promise to Seven Springs Town Board members to look into why high-speed Internet and cable TV are not available in their community. Commissioners asked that question of Time Warner Cable official...

Board meets with town

Wayne County commissioners met with the Pikeville Town Board of Commissioners on Wednesday to discuss the town's state of affairs and to get to know one another. Wayne County Commission Chairman Steve Keen said the series of meetings being...