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Brittany Minahan enjoyed working as a nurse at Wayne UNC Health Care but finished her last shift Sunday after deciding to forego ongoing COVID-19 testing after receiving an exemption from the hospital’s requirement to get the vaccine.

Goldsboro resident Clay Worrell was a successful businessman — but also an addict, who had to face depression. That all changed about 12 years ago.

James Hinnant, a longtime Goldsboro resident, is concerned about the direction of the Goldsboro City Council and is part of a group of concerned citizens who plan to have a protest and rally Saturday at City Hall.

Motorists are paying more than $3 a gallon for unleaded gasoline at several stations in Wayne County but prices are expected to drop as stations transition to lower-cost winter fuel blends.

Wednesday was the first day of fall, and this Saturday the public is invited to celebrate the transition from summer to fall produce when the Farm Credit Farmers Market hosts Fall Fest.

Five members of the Wayne School of Engineering middle school cheerleading squad reported a COVID-19 cluster Tuesday, bringing the total number of Wayne County public schools with COVID-19 clusters to five.

DUDLEY — The Wayne County Fairgrounds exhibit halls, silent for almost two years now, will come to life again Saturday morning as exhibitors bring in their items during the Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair’s annual early-bird registration.

The Goldsboro City Council held a brief presentation to honor former Mayor Chuck Allen at its Monday night meeting.

People enjoyed cold beer, hot wings and live music Saturday as they attended the inaugural N.C. Freedom Fest in downtown Goldsboro.

A LaGrange man accused of taking pictures underneath a woman’s dress at the Walmart on North Spence Avenue turned himself in to investigators Friday.

Seven members of the Rosewood High football team reported a COVID-19 cluster, with four Wayne County public schools now confirming a cluster of infected staff and students during the past week.

A Wayne Community College associate vice president and a nurse practitioner applied for appointment to the Goldsboro City Council District 5 seat.

During a special called meeting Monday, members of the Wayne County Board of Education voted unanimously to take applications for its District 5 seat.

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Former Mayor Chuck Allen was remembered by friends and community leaders Friday as having a heart for the city and rallying to make Goldsboro a better place for its residents.

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Seymour Johnson Air Force Base airmen took time out of their day — and some, out of their night — to carry the POW/MIA flag up and down Center Street between Ash and Elm streets for 24 hours Thursday and Friday.

Some wiped away tears while others sat in solemn silence as Goldsboro’s Freedom Tree was rededicated Thursday.

The inaugural N.C. Freedom Fest kicks off Friday night with Grub at the Hub, and the fun continues Saturday with activities for all ages and the popular Wings of Wayne wing-cookoff contest.

Fall is a great time to plant trees and shrubs in your garden. However, it is important to properly plant them so they will be healthy for many years.

United Way of Wayne County staff has canceled what was to have been the 31st annual Taste of Wayne.

The vice chairman of the Wayne County Board of Education resigned during a regularly scheduled Monday meeting to take care of his ailing mother in New York.

MOUNT OLIVE — Sept. 11, 2001, started out as just a normal Tuesday morning for Jimmy Outlaw — until he received a call from his daughter telling him to turn on his TV.

Emergency medical services and law enforcement students remembered the losses of Sept. 11, 2001, during the annual 9/11 Tribute Stair Climb at Wayne Community College Saturday.

A 21-year-old Goldsboro woman was arrested Thursday by Goldsboro police on robbery charges related to an armed robbery reported on Maple Street in July.

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With school back in session and the pandemic still in high gear, one local pediatrician is advising parents to vaccinate children as soon as they are eligible.

A U.S. flag draped around her shoulders, Elvira Johnson said she was paying tribute to her late father.