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The 4th Fighter Wing Medical Group at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base will hold its fifth mass vaccination clinic Friday.

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After having to cancel last year’s Relay for Life, organizers with the American Cancer Society are tentatively planning to hold it this year on June 11.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Wayne UNC Health Care is stepping up to the plate to get more residents vaccinated by hosting a mass vaccination clinic Friday at the county fairgrounds.

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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.

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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.

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For the first time in a year, Wayne County middle and high school students returned to the classroom full time on Monday.

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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.

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Deeper Life Church Ministries will continue its work in helping residents during the pandemic with two upcoming events.

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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.

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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.

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The 4th Fighter Wing Medical Group at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base will hold COVID-19 mass vaccinations Thursday and Friday at the base fitness center.

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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.

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Goldsboro police are working city streets differently during the pandemic but are ready to get back to more normal routines that better connect them to residents.

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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.

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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.

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Jessie Tucker never envisioned becoming a hospital chief executive officer, a career that has placed him at the center of a pandemic.

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The Wayne County Health Department has resumed COVID-19 vaccinations after supplies were delayed from winter storms that wreaked havoc in Texas.

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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.

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With COVID-19 happening since almost a year ago, people’s lives have been drastically changed.

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Despite the challenges brought on by the pandemic, some small business owners in Goldsboro are adapting and rising to the occasion.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Goldsboro-Wayne Transportation Authority is providing no-cost transportation to residents needing access to the COVID-19 vaccine.

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COVID-19 vaccines continue to trickle into the Wayne County Health Department, but the waiting list is getting longer as demand exceeds the supply.

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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.

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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.

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Gas prices are rising, and it has nothing to do with the Keystone Pipeline or who is in the White House, a national petroleum expert said Monday.