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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

University of Mount Olive plans to offer special education degree

The University of Mount Olive will expand its course offerings with a new major -- special education -- starting in the fall of 2014 because of an increased need for certified special education teachers throughout North Carolina. Dr. Craig...

Major thoroughfares get early attention

Wayne County residents woke up to a coating of ice on city and county streets and roads today, causing problems for many morning commuters. The sleet and freezing rain that fell overnight layered roadways in black ice, Public Works...

Slip-sliding away: Wayne County residents wake up to ice-covered roads

A winter weather advisory remained in effect until noon today as residents tried to cope with the aftermath of the latest wintery blast to hit the area in just weeks. Another "big system" of what is expected to be just...

Health Department gets state award for workplace safety

Three years ago, the Wayne County Health Department earned the distinction of becoming the first health department in the state recognized in the Carolina Star safety program. On Monday, Wayne County's agency became the first health department in North...

Grant to fund five new buses

The GATEWAY transportation system is seeking a grant to help buy five new buses in the next fiscal year. The Goldsboro City Council recently gave GATEWAY Executive Director Lynn Lamberth permission to seek the grant. The five new buses are...

Annual community Lent services start Wednesday

Goldsboro's annual Community Lent services start Wednesday. They will be held at noon at Madison Avenue Baptist Church, and are sponsored by Clergy Living in Faith and Fellowship. This year's theme is "Unifying The Kingdom of God." The topic...