Eastern North Carolina oxy ring case concludes with final sentencing
Today in New Bern, federal Judge Louise W. Flanagan sentenced the final two defendants of a six-defendant federal prescription pill distribution conspiracy.
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Tue Jul 08, 2014
Twenty-year-old man killed after car flips on I-40 in Johnston County
Juan Eduardo Del Angel of Dudley was driving a 1996 Ford Explorer east on the highway at about 8:20 a.m. when it ran off the highway to the right near its interchange with N.C. 96 in Johnston County, according to Sergeant C.W. Lawrance of the State Highway Patrol.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Chris Humphrey Insurance Agency Continues Its Community Program This...
With a mission to change the communities in which it is inserted, Chris Humphrey Insurance begins a new charity campaign in Goldsboro, NC.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Wesleyan College relocates its campus
N.C. Wesleyan College, formerly located in downtown Goldsboro, has moved to Parkway Drive, next to the YMCA.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Kinston Free Press
Harper - Blankenship
Ashton Brooke Harper and Jon Paul Blankenship, both of Ashburn, Va., were united in marriage at 4:30 p.m. April 26, 2014, at Oak Forest Church of Christ in Goldsboro.
Engagement: Vanessa Ann Pulley/Warren Maurice Kearney
Elbert and Joyce Perry of Dudley announce the engagement of their daughter, Vanessa Ann Pulley of Goldsboro, to Warren Maurice Kearney of Havelock.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Train watching in Selma, NC
The railroad crossing blinks and dings as the arms lower just after a headlight glistens on the rails heading south to the Selma Smithfield Amtrak Station or as locals know it as the Selma Union Depot Station in Selma, North Carolina.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Mount Olive Tribune, Mount Olive, NC
Veterans' cemetery coming to Wayne Co. during 2015
Eli Panee, cemetery program manager with the North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs, said that while the plan for a veterans cemetery off U.S. 70 have changed, plans for the 73-acre complex could be completed in about 10 months.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Kinston Free Press
Washington Street traffic shifted today for U.S. 70 Goldsboro Bypass
As a method of construction on the U.S. 70 Goldsboro bypass, starting today, traffic on the street will be shifted toward a section of roadway and bridge close to the intersection of New Hope Road and Promise Land Road.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
The Charlotte Observer
Public gets chance to unearth Civil War history at Bentonville
BENTONVILLE Relic-hunting is prohibited on state historical sites, so Stephen Ward jumped at the chance to be an amateur archaeologist and dig in the striated soil around the Harper House at Bentonville Battlefield on Saturday.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Camp Meeting, Part II
Yesterday I shared recollections of a Methodist preacher about his first camp meeting, a revival that commenced July 10, 1873 on Ocracoke Island, and lasted four days.
Sun Jun 22, 2014
Boilers imploded at plant in Goldsboro
The boilers at the former H.F. Lee plant are imploded Friday. The site will now be rehabilitated, company officials say.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Beth Stovall wins another preliminary in Miss North Carolina competition
Miss Greater Sampson County, Beth Stovall, a native of Goldsboro, won her second award Wednesday night in the preliminary events leading up to Saturday's Miss North Carolina competition.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
Cyclist is injured after bicycle is hit by vehicle
Wayne County EMS and Goldsboro Fire Department personnel work to save the life of Eugene McClarin, 59, struck by a vehicle while riding his bike at the intersection of East Elm Street and South Oleander Avenue on Tuesday.
Tue Jun 17, 2014
North Carolina Came Close to a Nuke Attack
A newly-declassified report reveals that two nuclear bombs accidentally dropped in North Carolina were much closer to detonation than previously reported.
The Cary News
Apex hires first economic development director
For the first time, the town has an economic development director to try to lure new businesses.
Meredith Callejas loses 158lbs in 15 months after switching fried chicken for salads
A family day out at the races! The Queen is elegant in blue as she arrives at Royal Ascot with Charles, Camilla, Harry and Zara Finally! U.S. special forces capture 'mastermind' behind 2012 Benghazi consulate attack and are bringing him to America for trial Obama announces 275 US troops WILL be sent to Iraq to protect American embassy in Baghdad ... (more)
Sun Jun 15, 2014
Poteat named Merrimack College Teacher of the Year
Vance Eugene Poteat, formerly of Goldsboro, was presented the Outstanding Teacher of the Year award during Merrimack College's 64th commencement last month.
Battle for the crown: Miss Goldsboro 2014 Emily Tucker
Emily Tucker, Miss Goldsboro 2014, models the red Mac Duggall gown she will be wearing for the talent portion of the Miss North Carolina pageant during a wardrobe showing held last weekend at the Wayne County Museum.
Battle for the crown: Miss Greater Sampson County 2014 Beth Stovall
Miss Greater Sampson County and Goldsboro native Beth Stovall hugs Piper Wilhide, the current Children's Miracle Network poster child and also a Goldsboro native, during the recent CMN telethon in Greenville.