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Monday, April 21, 2014

Woman forced to file taxes

A Goldsboro woman told police she did not initially report a gunman forcing his way into her home and making her file his taxes at gunpoint, until the man returned a week later for corrections to be made, according...

Partnership getting ready for annual boil

The 10th annual Lobster and Shrimp Fest, sponsored by the Wayne County Partnership for Children, will be May 2 from 2 to 6 p.m. "The reason we started doing something like this is because with us receiving state funds,...

Two face charged in meth arrests

The Goldsboro/Wayne County Interagency Drug Task Force has charged two people with manufacturing and possession of methamphetamine after responding to a call regarding property damage at a home in Dudley on Thursday. Michael Britt Holmes, 23, and Kristen Rene...

'American Idol Live!' tour announces summer dates

The American Idol Live! Tour has been announced, with one summer date planned in North Carolina. Majesty Rose, the popular Goldsboro contestant who made it into the Top 10 for Season 13, will be part of the 41-city tour...

Parking options announced for Pickle Festival

MOUNT OLIVE -- Vehicles will not be allowed in the downtown area of Mount Olive on Saturday as the community celebrates a full day of events during the 28th annual North Carolina Pickle Festival. Downtown streets will be lined...

New city construction now back on schedule

Warmer, drier weather has spurred construction in Goldsboro after a tough winter of ice and snow held up work. At the Holiday Inn Express, under construction on Sunburst Drive since July, work on the exterior of the building is...

Author to speak on parks at Wayne Community College

The renowned author of "National Parks: The American Experience," Alfred "Al" Runte, will visit Goldsboro for a lecture on national parks scheduled at the Paramount Theatre on Thursday, April 24, starting at 7 p.m. "I'll be talking about the national...