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Hay Exporter To Open North Carolina Plant
A hay export facility scheduled to open in North Carolina later this month will allow southeastern U.S. hay growers to market overseas.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Kinston Free Press
Two arrested on meth related charges
On June 11, the Lenoir County Sheriff's Office conducted an undercover operation that yielded the arrest of two suspects who were selling illegal narcotics in the Seven Springs area.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Streetscape project: next steps
This is a view of the intersection of Center and Mulberry streets in downtown Goldsboro, where the first phase of the Streetscape redesign project currently ends.
Culture change: Positive Influences works to help children with behavioral and mental illnesses
Jamaury Hawkins, 8, introduces himself during an "Intro to Anger" lesson at Positive Influences Inc. in Goldsboro.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
New sandwich shop opens doors in city
Frankie and Kim Warren talk about the eight weeks it took to get their new Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwich Shop open.
Crash Near Goldsboro Causes Power Outage
The power line is down on Saulston Rd., west of Goldsboro in Wayne County, according to the NCDOT.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Two vehicles overturn
This tanker truck carrying gasoline overturned on the access ramp on U.S. 117 from U.S. 70 early today, delaying traffic on both highways entering the city from the south and west.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Politician addresses proposed school cuts
Bob Etheridge speaks at a press conference that he and Public Schools First NC organized at Mina Weil Park Tuesday.
Fri May 31, 2013
Drescher: On mental-health care, serious work remains
The largest mental institutions in North Carolina aren't the state psychiatric hospitals in Butner, Goldsboro and Morganton.
AT&T Promises Faster Speeds in 16 New Markets
Users of iPhones, iPads and other mobile devices in 16 markets across nine states are benefiting from faster speeds thanks to the expansion of AT&T 's 4G LTE network into those areas.
NAACP tour against GOP makes a stop in Goldsboro
Albert Barron Sr., a Greene County pastor, reads over the state NAACP's legislative report card Thursday night prior to the start of the Forward Together Movement Local Organizing Tour meeting.
Thu May 30, 2013
Police: Man took photos up lady's skirt at Walmart
Goldsboro police have arrested a man that they say used a cell phone to take a photograph up a victim's skirt at a Walmart.
Wed May 29, 2013
Parks and Rec budget hits priorities
The recommended capital requests for Goldsboro Parks and Recreation in the proposed 2013-14 budget for the city of Goldsboro, although minimal, are in line with the priorities for the department, according to the Parks and Recreation master plan.
Boys and Girls Club teen director has big plans for his charges this summer
Boys and Girls Club Teen Director Anthony Teachey talks to Teriquea Butler,14, about the center's plans for the summer.
Tue May 28, 2013
The Smokin' Hot List: Grady's Barbecue
In honor of our annual 'Cue Awards we're going deep into barbecue culture with The Smokin' Hot List.
Mon May 27, 2013
The Washington Post
Budget cuts leave Air Force pilots twisting in the wind
Airmen with the 336th Tactical Fighter Squadron perform maintenance on a grounded F-15E fighter jet at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base near Goldsboro, NC, on Thursday, May 23, 2013.
Mailman makes helping neighbors part of the job
Goldsboro postal carrier George Ardis helps fix a flag pole in the yard of Reba Butts on Florida Street.
Jefferson Post Online Edition
Ashe author publishes history of N.C. Civil War monuments.
Author and award-winning photographer Douglas J. Butler of Crumpler has published "North Carolina Civil War Monuments: An Illustrated History," a new book exploring the south's coming to terms with defeat in the years following the surrender at Appomatox through monuments honoring Confederate dead.
Sun May 26, 2013
Juvenile fails to report back to Butler facility
Officials are searching for a juvenile who did not return to back to his assigned facility in Granville County after a home visit.