Dennis H. Lee
Goldsboro police are asking for the public's help in locating a former charter school principal accused of statutory rape of a 12-year-old student.
Wade Leatham has asked for a recount in his challenge for the Wayne County Board of of Education District 6 seat, which longtime school-board member Rick Pridgen has held on to with a slim margin of victory from the Nov. 6 mid-term election.
The Partnership for Children of Wayne County has celebrated its 20th anniversary by reflecting on past and present accomplishments and announcing new leadership.
A juvenile suspect, in the bomb threat sent to Greenwood Middle School on Nov. 7, was arrested Tuesday and taken to New Hanover County Juvenile Detention Center.
A clash between Shycole Simpson-Carter, Goldsboro’s community outreach director, and Councilman Antonio Williams is likely headed to federal court after Chief District Court Judge Elizabeth Heath denied Simpson-Carter’s request for a no-contact order against Williams Tuesday.
The National Weather Service in Raleigh has issued a flood warning for the Neuse River from Thursday afternoon until further notice, or until the warning is canceled.
More than $6.3 million in state and federal funds have been awarded to Wayne County residents since the county was designated a federal disaster area in the wake of Hurricane Florence in September.
Hundreds of children throughout Wayne County would wake up Christmas morning with little to nothing under their tree if it was not for the Angel Tree program.
School officials and law enforcement were notified of an 11-year-old Carver Heights Elementary student who brought an air-soft gun to school Friday afternoon.
The N.C. State Board of Education voted Thursday to delay its decision on whether to assume control of Carver Heights Elementary School after the school has continued to rank low in academic scores.
As a pre-emptive move before the state board of education makes its decision today about the status of Carver Heights Elementary School, Wayne County Public Schools announced the hiring of two new administrators and transferred principal Cortrina Smith to another role.
The Nov. 6 election for the District 10 House race pits six-year veteran and Republican House Majority Leader John Bell against Democratic newcomer Tracy Blackmon.
Wayne Forward, a local coalition focused on addressing poverty in Wayne County, will present a progress report at its first poverty summit on Nov. 14 at the Goldsboro Event Center.
Expanding Medicaid, improving health care and education and finding a less political approach to redistricting will top Democrat David Brantley’s priorities if he is elected to the state Senate District 7 seat in next Tuesday’s midterm election.
Twenty local stars have stepped up to participate in the 8th Annual Dancing Stars of Wayne County fundraising event, planned for the evening of Jan. 17 at the Paramount Theatre.
The Wayne County Board of Education continues its fight to retain control of Carver Heights Elementary School, voting Tuesday to seek approval from the state board of education of a Restart application to turn around the low-performing school.
A group of concerned citizens, along with Goldsboro Police Chief Mike West, Goldsboro Fire Chief Joseph Dixon and Wayne County Sheriff Larry Pierce came together for a roundtable talk at Rebuilding Broken Places last week.
Brittany Combs, right, pulls her 3-year-old son, Zachary Combs, in a wagon all bundled up and ready to go Saturday morning for the awareness walk at Cornerstone Commons in Goldsboro to benefit Dementia Alliance of North Carolina. The annual event for the organization, formerly known as Alzhe…