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Monday, July 14, 2014

School staff to offer input on building

Before moving ahead with a $6.6 million project to add 20 classrooms and to renovate the cafeteria at Charles B. Aycock High School, architects are being encouraged to get more input from administrators and staff at the school. Representatives...

Two sought in murder

A Goldsboro man is dead after a home invasion in Wayne County early Sunday morning. The Wayne County Sheriff's Office is actively investigating the case as a homicide. Derrick Matthews, 33, was at home at 102 Sal Court in...

Mount Olive sewer expansion planned

MOUNT OLIVE -- Increasing the size of a sewer force main will not only allow the town of Mount Olive to handle the additional demand from a planned expansion at the Mt. Olive Pickle Co. Distribution Center on Old...

Man, no ID, killed by car

The Mount Olive Police Department says a man killed after he was struck by a car Sunday remains unidentified today. "We had a motor vehicle versus a pedestrian very early Sunday morning. A black male was hit, dead on...

With a little help from her friends

DURHAM -- It was the moment she'd been waiting for ever since the nationwide "American Idol" tour launched in late June. Majesty Rose, the Top 10 finalist from Season 13 from Goldsboro, was at DPAC in Durham Sunday night,...

GPD looks into possible set of local arsons

Investigators are working to determine whether several suspicious fires this weekend are related. At least two were confirmed to have been "set" fires. The Goldsboro Fire Department put out a dumpster fire at 1808 William St. Sunday at 10:30...

One-truck crash

A single vehicle wreck at the railroad crossing on Rosewood Road blocked traffic in both directions early this morning. The driver of this Ford F-150, Michael Moore, 24, of 305 Trappers Wood Drive, ran off the roadway as he...