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Monday, October 21, 2013

Local family's discovery yields clues for historians

It's only a matter of time until someone's collection becomes a museum's exhibit. "The Harpers never threw anything away," Nancy Harper Satterfield said. Today, Mrs. Satterfield and her sisters, Barbara Novicki, Susan Glover and Frances Gooden, have been on...

Adjunct professors are key staff at college

Part-time, or adjunct, professors are a critical part of the instructional arm of Wayne Community College, like they are at many other community colleges across the state. "They can teach anything and what we do is balance our full-time...

DAR is sponsoring two essay contests

The David Williams Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is sponsoring two contests for school-age children. The American History Essay Contest is open to students in grades 5 through in private, public or parochial schools and homeschoolers. This...

Municipalities get shares of street repair aid

Wayne County municipalities have received about half of the $1.25 million in Powell Bill money allocated by the state Department of Transportation for street repairs. The rest will be made available by the end of the year, according to...

Lock-in to raise money for Purrrfect Friends

Tammi Hedges will stay locked up in a cage in front of Walmart on Spence Avenue, starting Friday at noon, until she raises $2,000 for Purrrfect Friends Feline Shelter. Ms. Hedges has undergone the lock-in in the past and...

Store hit by armed robber

A gunman entered the Adams Mimi Mart at 2000 N. William St. as it was closing Saturday, taking money from the register. The robbery happened just before 9 p.m., according to a Goldsboro police report. The store clerk told...