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Goldsboro City Council got a look at the city’s proposed 2019-20 budget that holds the line on property taxes and residential fees.

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Five elementary and middle schools will see changes to opening and closing times in the fall, a move to increase transportation safety and efficiency, officials said.

Modifications will be made to the district’s sex education curriculum, assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction Tamara Ishee told the Wayne County Board of Education this week.

It may not be long before anyone age 18 and older will be able to cruise down a Goldsboro residential street in a golf cart.

As Special Olympics North Carolina grows near, officers with the Goldsboro Police Department are raising donations and funds for the annual games.

Some Wayne County property owners could see an increase in their taxes this year even though the county’s 2019-20 budget proposal does not include a tax increase.

Frankie, a 3-year-old pit mix, had a hard start to life. He spent his first three years tied outside where other dogs would fight him. He has scars all over his face and legs from the fights.

More than 300 motorcyclists and passengers will roll through Goldsboro as the 30th annual Run for the Wall ride enters its ninth day on Thursday.

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People packed City Hall to vent frustrations over a councilman who was censured for allegedly creating a toxic work environment and to show their support for him.

Wayne Community College recognized the 26 members of its 2019 dental hygiene class in a formal pinning ceremony at the college recently.

The local president and members of the Goldsboro/Wayne branch of the NAACP are standing behind Councilman Antonio Williams, who the city council voted to censure two weeks ago.

A $1,000 grand prize package that includes a La-Z-Boy recliner, not to mention bragging rights, will be up for grabs Saturday during the third annual Wings of Wayne Military Appreciation Festival’s chicken wing cook-off.

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Approximately 5,000 small U.S. flags will be placed on the graves of veterans in six Wayne County cemeteries this Saturday when the Wayne County Veterans and Patriots Coalition sponsors its annual Memorial Day Breakfast and Flags In ceremony.

Officials at Wayne County Public Schools have long touted the challenges dealing with aging buildings — typically in the area of roofs, effects of flooding and the dilemma of finding parts for antiquated boilers and chillers.

When Katelyn Tinsley started her nonprofit organization Homefront Room Revival in Wayne County, she had no idea the program would garner her the title of Air Force branch of the Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the Year Award in March — and would have her competing with spouses from…

“Can you read this?” Allison Taylor asked as a passer-by approached the entrance of the Arts Alley between Torero’s Mexican Restaurant and the Arts Council of Wayne County.

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Wayne County Manager Craig Honeycutt will unveil his fiscal 2019-20 budget proposal when the Wayne County commissioners meet Tuesday.

Past open fields and farms with grazing cattle, just 20 minutes northwest of Mount Olive, is a small unincorporated community.

Detours, lane-closure bottlenecks and slowdowns motorists have dealt with more than two years on U.S. 117 South between Mount Olive and Dudley will continue in other areas of the county as the state begins nearly $430 million in highway improvement projects.

Melba Uzzell started lining up luminarias early Friday evening on bleachers set up near the pavilion of the Wayne County fairgrounds.

While uncertainty remains about the level of military funding in the next federal budget, the Air Force is moving forward with changes in how it deals with infrastructure, both in building new and repairing the old, said John Henderson, assistant secretary of the Air Force for installations,…

The United States has serious fiscal issues, and things are “very dysfunctional” in the nation’s capital, said John Simmons, managing partner with The Roosevelt Group.

Wayne County Commissioner John Bell’s comments about the county’s low-performing schools are being called a “preemptive false flag political maneuver” to justify commissioners’ resistance to “fully and robustly fund” urgently needed school capital improvements and increasing supplements for …

As the Goldsboro Police Department enters its last leg of implementing national accreditation standards, the department is now conducting self-assessments and releasing procedures, forms and statistics to the public.

Wayne Community College’s energy camp, Camp Kilowatt, will return for its 11th year this summer.

A Wayne County Superior Court judge sentenced a Goldsboro man to prison after the man entered an Alford plea to indecent liberties with a minor.

Relay for Life is celebrating its silver anniversary this year — 25 years of raising funds for cancer research and supporting cancer patients and families.