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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Man arrested for October murder

A Mount Olive man was arrested by the Goldsboro Police Department this afternoon and charged with the Oct. 15 murder of Alton Leevon Fields Jr. For complete details on how James D'Angelo Raye came into contact with lawmen, see Friday's...

Teachers get grants

When Charles B. Aycock High School engineering teacher Steven Thorne noticed a group outside his classroom door with a bouquet of balloons Wednesday morning, he was not entirely surprised. "Today was my birthday," he said. But that was not the...

Pikeville workers injured in crash

PIKEVILLE -- Pikeville town employees Patrick Hall, 44, and Larry Daughtry, 53, were injured on the job when a passenger car crashed into the back of one of their parked utility trucks on U.S. 117 North near East School...

Bridge is now open

Traffic on Salem Church Road began using a new bridge between Titleist Drive and Belfast Road this week. The bridge is part of a larger state Department of Transportation project to construct the western section of the U.S. 70...

DHHS chief takes tour of Cherry Hospital

The sheer number of state jobs means there is not enough money in North Carolina to increase the salaries of all state employees, and any increases must be strategic, state Health and Human Services Secretary Aldona Wos told the...

Finance report for city is 'good'

The city of Goldsboro's tax revenues are up by more than $660,000 after the first quarter of the fiscal year, which ended in September. Sales tax collections also have increased by about $17,000 to $1.64 million in the first...