Kinston Free Press
Fourth suspect arrested in Hookerton homicide case
Monday, the State Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Marshals Service tracked down Terrance Lee Melton, 23, at a residence on Siesta Lane in Walstonburg.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
City foots the bill for tearing down homes
A crew from AK Grading & Demolition of Goldsboro removes objects from the pile of wood that was once a home at 306 West Grantham that caught on fire over a year ago.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Returning Guard members, families treated to picnic
The soldiers have just returned from two weeks of training that began July 12 at various locations across Eastern North Carolina, according to the company's commander, 1st Lt.
Kinston Free Press
Storm damages three homes, business in Greene County
Straight-line winds reaching tornado speeds of between 65 to 70 miles per hour damaged three houses and a business on Sunday.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Wayne authorities searching for woman who went missing on Fourth of July
McMillan traveled to Goldsboro on July 3 to visit relatives, and she was taken by a relative to the bus terminal on July 4. McMillan told the relative she was going to New York City.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
The Gaston Gazette
Inmate dies from injuries suffered in prison fight
An inmate from Lincoln County who was serving only a four-month prison sentence on a minor charge has died after being involved in a fight with another inmate.
Prison Inmate Dies, Other Inmate Expected To Be Charged With Murder
The Department of Public Safety says Terry Houser passed away Wednesday morning at Wayne Memorial Hospital.
United Way chairman: It's about people
Glenn Phillips Jr., senior minister at First Baptist Church in Goldsboro, will serve as the 2014 United Way campaign chairman.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Dozens in Durham protest state budget director's conservative policies
Several dozen people showed up for the protest Saturday at the Maxway store at 1000 N. Miami Blvd. to demand fair pay and better conditions for workers across the state.
Jacksonville Daily News
Arts Council looking for grant applications
The council is looking for artists to apply for the Regional Artists Project program, which provides funding for artists in all mediums, including visual art, music, film, play writing and dance, in 29 coastal counties, including Onslow.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
City man arrested on cocaine charges
A Goldsboro man faces drug charges after narcotics officers witnessed a drug transaction Monday.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Pair sought in Goldsboro homicide
Deputies responded to 102 Sal Court shortly after 1 a.m. Sunday for a reported burglary and shooting, and they found Derrick Matthews, 33, shot to death, authorities said.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
13 times the U.S. almost destroyed itself with its own nuclear weapons
In two days, it will be the 69th anniversary of the the first ever atomic test, conducted in the deserts of New Mexico on July 16, 1945.
Rocky Mount Telegram
Mattress Firm set to open in August
People in the area looking to shop for bedding in the coming months will have a new option to choose.
Sat Jul 12, 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.
Wayne County: 3 People Arrested On Multiple Theft Charges
According to the Wayne County Sheriff's Office, 24-year-old Ashley Briggs of Goldsboro is charged with felony larceny, while 22-year-old Jeffrey Briggs of Goldsboro and 22-year-old Christopher Tyndall of Princeton are charged with felony larceny, felony possession of stolen goods, and felony false pretense.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
the little bank announces new branch site purchase in Goldsboro NC
The little bank , today announced the purchase of approximately 3.0 acres of land on the corner of Spence Avenue and Ash Street, from the City of Goldsboro.
City man guilty in federal pain pill probe
A Goldsboro man was one of six defendants sentenced after the successful federal prosecution of an Oxycodone distribution ring.