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Wayne County motorists continue to enjoy low gas prices despite a slight 5-cent increase from the average price of gasoline a week ago.

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Light showers may come upon in Wayne County by midweek. But not until residents have lived through a couple of blistering cold days.

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The Goldsboro City Council is expected to vote on whether to allow Councilman Antonio Williams to return to the Goldsboro-Wayne Transportation Authority board of directors during the council’s meeting Tuesday.

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Law enforcement was Charity Disbrow’s dream. Ever since she was a child, Disbrow dreamed about working as a cop, but the now 43-year-old former 911 operator thought she was far from making that dream a reality.

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Local physical therapist Eric Bourgeois kicked off Dancing Stars of Wayne County at the Paramount Theatre on Thursday night, taking on the role of ringmaster amid students from Artistic Dance Academy.

Wayne Community College has joined a program designed to improve the health of eastern North Carolina’s population by increasing its nursing workforce.

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Former Goldsboro News-Argus editor and award-winning journalist Gene Price died Wednesday at Transitions LifeCare Hospice in Raleigh at the age of 90.

A suspect identified as allegedly robbing First Citizens Bank at gunpoint was arrested within an hour of the incident Tuesday afternoon.

A Goldsboro man was arrested and charged with attempted murder after an argument escalated into a shooting at the Dollar General store on George Street Tuesday.

National, state and local offices, post offices and banks will be closed Monday in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.

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Republican state Sen. Louis Pate of Mount Olive announced his retirement Monday afternoon, and within hours the number of people who want his job representing District 7 had grown to seven.

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Republican state Sen. Louis Pate of Mount Olive retired on Monday citing health issues just a week after being sworn in for his fifth term in the North Carolina Senate and receiving an excused absence for last Wednesday’s opening session.

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a man in connection with the Dec. 22 theft of six puppies from a home on Pate Circle, the sheriff’s officials announced Monday.

A glitch in the city of Goldsboro’s water billing system resulted in some city residents being incorrectly charged with two months worth of water usage, even after they paid their December bills, city officials said Monday.

With flu season upon us and last week’s report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that more than half the country, including North Carolina, is experiencing “widespread” incidents, Wayne UNC Health Care announced Monday it will not be implementing additional visitor restrict…

A section of U.S. 117 was closed for more than two hours after a fatal head-on collision killed a Kenansville man and injured two people Saturday night.

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At first glance, Alister Rizzo — decked out in matching rainbow suspenders and bow tie and a hint of magenta highlights in his hair — had all the trappings of a precocious 6-year-old.

There is no beneficial solution for Goldsboro, Fremont and Eureka to merge their sewer systems unless debt relief can be attained through grants or other financial means, according to a sanitary sewer merger regionalization feasibility study.

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The city of Goldsboro has hired an outside attorney to investigate interactions between Shycole Simpson-Carter, community relations director, and Councilman Antonio Williams.

The Wayne County Board of Education met Friday morning to establish criteria for filling the at-large board seat vacated by Raymond Smith.

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Additional improvements to upgrade U.S. 117 South to freeway status and widen an additional stretch of Wayne Memorial Drive to four lanes are included in the N.C. Department of Transportation’s new draft 10 year transportation plan.

United Way of Wayne County has awarded $7,500 in education grants to a school and 12 classroom teachers. The grants range in amount from $500 to $1,500.

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A section of U.S. 117 was closed for more than two hours after a fatal head-on collision killed a Kenansville man and injured two people Saturday night.

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Louis Pate of Mount Olive was sworn in for his fifth term in the North Carolina Senate during a private ceremony Tuesday in the Legislative Building, only to be given an excused absence for Wednesday’s opening session.