Whooey, it's cold outside
By From staff reports
Published in News on January 7, 2014 1:46 PM
Salvation Army Goldsboro Mission Specialist Dan Sims sets up cots with blankets and pillows Monday night at the church on North William Street in Goldsboro. Homeless citizens of Goldsboro were encouraged to spend the night in the charitable church to get out of the frigid weather.
Icicles form overnight on the base of the Lady In The Park.
While Wayne County Public Schools operated on a two-hour delay for record low temperatures today, St. Mary Catholic School ran its regular schedule as students bundled up in layers to keep warm. Here, St. Mary second-grader Sam Mitchell dons a winter jacket and full-face toboggan as he makes his way into the school.
New Hope Gas Co. supervisor Don Tadlock has been busy over the past several days trying to fill customers' orders for home heating fuel. He and other drivers are filling their delivery trucks several times a day trying to keep up with demand.
Wayne County residents awoke to the coldest day in years this morning as a winter storm that has gripped the eastern half of the nation made its way into North Carolina overnight. Although there was no precipitation to create...
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