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Monday, September 23, 2013

Jail panel set to meet

The Wayne County Detention Center Advisory Board is expected Wednesday to review a proposed request for qualifications for a needs assessment and feasibility study for converting Wayne Correctional Center to house the Sheriff's Office and county jail. The study could...

Police: SJAFB airman stabbed student

The Greenville Police Department is waiting to serve an arrest warrant on an airman assigned to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base for his alleged involvement in an attack on a female East Carolina University student at 2:20 a.m. Sunday in...

Restoring history working for some

After three years of renovations, the D.W. Davis house on Virginia Street in Goldsboro's Historic District has a new look and new life as the single-family home it was originally built to be. Amy and Jay Bauer bought the dilapidated...

DGDC optimistic plan will work

A plan has been in place in Goldsboro since 2006 to reduce the number of properties working their way through the minimum housing process. The Comprehensive Historic Neighborhood Revitalization Plan was designed to combat the problems that abandoned condemned houses...

Realtors better prepared to help

Goldsboro Realtors are now better equipped to help prospective buyers of historic properties understand the potential tax credits they can qualify for by rehabilitating historic properties as well as how to find financing for the projects. At a luncheon earlier...

Local, Virginia theaters have the same story

The Paramount Theater in Goldsboro and the Paramount Theatre in Charlottesville, Va., have the same story. They were both thriving movie theaters back in the day, they were both gutted by fire and they were both rebuilt and are...