Wednesday, February 1, 2023



KS Bank Hires New Commercial Relationship Manager

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SMITHFIELD - KS Bank is pleased to announce that Justin McLamb has been hired as a Commercial Relationship Manager in their Goldsboro office. In...

Wayne County Woman Wins $100,000 Powerball Prize

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GOLDSBORO – Jennifer Nunn of Goldsboro took a chance on a $3 Powerball ticket and won a $100,000 prize in Wednesday’s drawing. Nunn bought her lucky Quick Pick ticket...

Graham To Serve As UMO Alumni Association President

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MOUNT OLIVE – Julie Graham of Goldsboro, NC has been elected President of the University of Mount Olive (UMO) Alumni Association Board. Her official...

Jan. 22 Ceremony To Commemorate 1961 B-52 Nuclear Bomb Accident Near Goldsboro

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RALEIGH - A replica of a nuclear bomb will be returning to North Carolina to commemorate the anniversary of the catastrophic 1961 B-52 nuclear...

Johnston Community College Announces Fall 2022 Semester President’s, Dean’s Lists

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JCC recognizes students for academic achievements last semester. President’s List The following students have been named to the fall semester President’s List at Johnston Community College....

Body Found On Side Of Wayne County Highway

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GOLDSBORO - Deputies are investigating the death of a 23 year-old woman whose body was found beside a Wayne County highway. Around 1:50pm Sunday,...

BCBS Donates To Wayne Community College Pantry

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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBS) was so impressed with Wayne Community College’s effort to stem student food insecurity that it...

Arts Council Of Wayne County Names Interim Executive Director

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GOLDSBORO - The Arts Council of Wayne County has announced the appointment of Jack Kannan as its Interim Executive Director. Kannan is well known...

Wayne Co. Meth Trafficker Sentenced To 106 Months In Prison

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WILMINGTON, N.C. – A Goldsboro, North Carolina man was sentenced Dec. 15 to 106 months in prison for Conspiracy to Possess with Intent to...

Governor Cooper Commutes Sentences And Issues Pardons Of Forgiveness

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RALEIGH: Governor Cooper today commuted the sentences of six people in North Carolina prisons and granted pardons of forgiveness to four others. These commutations...