The Wayne County Health Department and area pharmacies are now offering Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to youth ages 12 and older.
Rebuilding Broken Places Community Development Corp. will offer free COVID-19 tests and vaccinations May 8 at the Greenleaf Vision of Faith Community Center.
People who are close to the end of their lives need more than just medicine and medical care. They also need that extra care — a hug, a loving touch of the hand, a pat on the shoulder.
More than 70 people in Wayne County gathered for a health care luncheon at the Goldsboro Event Center Thursday to get an update on the pandemic and COVID-19 trends.
DUDLEY — After months of patiently waiting, Stephanie Beverly of Princeton was able to get vaccinated Friday at the Wayne Regional Agricultural Fairgrounds during Wayne UNC Health Care’s COVID-19 clinic.
As fewer people wear masks and businesses open up, Wayne UNC Health Care is seeing a slight uptick in the number of people hospitalized daily for COVID-19.
The 4th Fighter Wing Medical Group at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base will hold its third round of COVID-19 mass vaccination clinics Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the base fitness center.
Anyone age 16 or older will become eligible to receive a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine starting Wednesday with supplies available at several locations in Wayne County.
During the pandemic, as Wayne UNC Health Care became overrun with COVID-19 patients, nursing faculty at Wayne Community College stepped up to offer assistance.
Every second matters when you’re critical, and during the pandemic, Jenn Mulkern, Sara Forehand and Shae Sawalich have been transporting and caring for critically ill patients.
Middle and high school students who chose in-person learning will finally be going to class five days a week, starting Monday — the first time in a year — under Plan A, face-to-face learning.
The 4th Fighter Wing Medical Group at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base will hold its second round of COVID-19 mass vaccination clinics Thursday and Friday at the base fitness center.
The Wayne County Health Department will begin providing COVID-19 vaccinations Wednesday for anyone ages 16 to 64 with one or more high-risk medical conditions for severe disease.
Wayne County Public Schools is eligible to receive nearly $24.9 million in COVID-19 relief funding following legislative approval of $1.6 billion in federal aid for public schools across the state.
The days, weeks and months of waiting to see family members and friends inside long-term care facilities is expected to change with declining COVID-19 case numbers reported statewide.
Not everyone has a car or access to transportation, but the Goldsboro-Wayne Transportation Authority’s urban bus service offers residents a way to travel to the county COVID-19 vaccination site.
The Wayne County Board of Education learned this week that public school students in all grades are performing at lower levels than they did prior to the pandemic.
If anyone knows about the stress caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s Carrie Martin, a nurse at Wayne UNC Health Care, and Phylicia Hall, a nurse at the Brian Center Health and Rehabilitation.
Gov. Roy Cooper announced Wednesday an easing of gathering and occupancy restrictions and the end of the 10 p.m. statewide curfew starting Friday.
The Goldsboro City Council met Wednesday for its annual retreat without the public being in attendance and in what a North Carolina Press Association attorney said is a violation of the state Open Meetings Law.
The Goldsboro City Council’s retreat this week that is planned not to allow public attendance violates the state Open Meetings Law, a North Carolina Press Association attorney said Tuesday.
Shipment delays and a backlog of residents waiting for the COVID-19 vaccine could result in teachers, school staff and child care workers waiting until early March to receive the vaccine in Wayne County.
Double masking might improve protection, but it isn’t practical in most cases, researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are finding as they perform mask filtration studies.
Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site had to cancel a large-scale reenactment last year marking the 155th anniversary of the Civil War battle.
The Wayne County Board of Commissioners formalized hazard pay bonuses of up to $500 to essential county employees for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
About 20% of Wayne County public school students in grades three through eight are failing their classes this year in comparison with a 4% failure rate recorded a year ago.