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Bordered by the Neuse River and the Little River is Goldsboro, North Carolina, which resides in the heart of the state. Due to its importance as a railroad junction during the Civil War, Goldsboro became significant for both sides, but mostly for the Confederacy, to whom supplies were transported to. Before 1869, the city used to be spelled "Goldsborough." Television legend Andy Griffith actually used to teach English, drama and music at Goldsboro High School.
Local Newspapers: The Goldsboro News-Argus
Local Sports Teams: Goldsboro Sports Teams
Local Colleges: Wayne Community College North Carolina Wesleyan College
Zip Codes associated with goldsboro, north carolina:
27530 27531 27532 27533 27534
Towns/Cities near goldsboro, north carolina : Pikeville Elroy Mar-Mac Brogden Rosewood La Grange Fremont Mt Olive Smithfield
Beekeepers of the Neuse to present basic beekeeping class
The Beekeepers of the Neuse, in partnership with the Wayne County Cooperative Extension Office, will present the basic beekeeping class. The class is open to anyone interested in becoming a new beekeeper or wanting to refresh their knowledge and skills.Man is stabbed outside D&C Mini Mart on Elm Street
Someone stabbed a 32-year-old man as he walked out of the D&C Mini Mart at 1007 E. Elm St. Monday night. Maj. Anthony Carmon, head of the Goldsboro Police Department's Investigative Services Bureau, said he did not have information on the condition of the victim.Historic home is converted into private label clothier store
One of New Bern's best known and most curious-looking historic houses has been transformed into a made-to-order clothier. You know the place: a Renaissance Revival building of bricks laid in Flemish bond at the intersection of Pollock and Hancock streets, with tall, stately windows around the first floor that are complemented by more mundane windows on the second, and a row of glass on the third floor that can best be described as windows blinking.Routine stop leads to meth arrests -
A traffic stop in northern Sampson County Monday resulted in three Wayne County residents being taken in on drug charges. Sampson County Sheriff's deputies conducted a traffic stop on a 2005 Ford Taurus near the intersection of U.S. 13 and Wrench Road in the Godwin area of Sampson.Police investigating weekend armed robberies
Goldsboro police are investigating two armed robberies that took place at a convenience store and a restaurant only hours apart Friday night and early Saturday morning. A man in a dark blue hoodie and blue ski mask went into the A&K Mart at 1801 S. John St. Friday at about 7:35 p.m. Capt.Y's Men deliver
Eloise Briley and Denise Stevens prepare plates of food for the children waiting for their parents to return from shopping Saturday at the Goldsboro Family Y during the 17th annual Y's Men program. Corey Wilson picks up one of the hams to give to a family in need during the Y's Men program Sunday at the Goldsboro Family Y. The single mother of four, Kiarra Cox, 17, Tiarra Cox, 17, Quanya Cox, 16, and Jaheim Jones, 14, doesn't have a tree to put the gifts under.Carley's Formals brings established dress shop business to Goldsboro
Denise Bass, owner of Carley's Formals in Cobblestone Place, features a variety of bridal, prom and formal attire and accessories, as well as children's pageant and special events outfits. Denise Bass is very pleased with the location for her second dress shop, Carley's Formals, which opened recently in Cobblestone Place.Edgewood Community Developmental School celebrates 50th anniversary
The Edgewood School Showstoppers, students and a few staff members, performed a song during the 50th anniversary celebration program at the school Friday morning. Emily Powell began volunteering at what is now Edgewood Community Developmental School in 1968 and says it changed her life.2017 Empty Stocking Fund party spreads holiday cheer
Kayden Green, 3, shows his giant C3PO to Santa Saturday during the Empty Stocking Fund Party at Goldsboro High School while his sister Jaelyn Holmes, 9, talks to Mrs. Claus. Families filled the auditorium of Goldsboro High School from wall to wall as they waited to be called back to receive their gifts and enjoyed a morning packed full of entertainment.Floats, bands, Santa parade through Kinston Updated at
Holiday spirits soared Saturday, blending with holiday music, sirens and squeals of excitement from children as the Kinston Christmas Parade made its way through the downtown streets with marching bands and floats. Debra Oliver, assistant director of Pride of Kinston, said typically the annual Christmas Parade will have about 100 entries, everything from floats and marching high school and middle school bands to EMS Fire and Rescue and, of course, Santa Claus. Each year the parade is a collaborative effort with Kinston-Lenoir County Parks and Recreation, volunteers and Public Safety, Oliver said. "It's like a well-oiled machine," she said. "It takes care of itself.Jingle in the Park nixed due to weather
Goldsboro Parks and Recreation confirmed this afternoon that Jingle in the Park is canceled for tonight due to inclement weather. The department is working a new date for the event, but one had not been set as of Saturday afternoon.Do Americans have a Constitutional right to discriminate?
There is no constitutional right to refuse service to a person based on his or her race, sex, religion or sexual orientation. There is no constitutional right to refuse service to a person based on his or her race, sex, religion or sexual orientation.City now selling 30-pound bags of compost
The city of Goldsboro is now selling 30-pound bags of compost to the public from its compost facility 200 Westbrook Road. The popularity and overall quality of the compost, typically purchased in larger quantities from area nurseries or landscaping companies, is now available to the public, with a 30-pound bag costing $4.Former chief master sergeant indicted in 2016 fatal wreck
A Wayne County grand jury this week indicted a former 4th Security Forces squadron manager at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base on a charge of second-degree murder. The charges stem from an alleged drunk driving incident in December 2016, in which the then-chief master sergeant crashed his car into the back of another vehicle, leading to the eventual death of the 17-year-old driver.First Alert Forecast: cold and damp
Steady rain or scattered showers will continue Thursday afternoon while temperatures only reach the middle and upper 40s. Some snow is not out of the question, especially west of I-95 Friday night or early Saturday.*** Empty Stocking Fund ***
Donations may be made by mailing checks made out to the Empty Stocking Fund to P.O. Box 10629, Goldsboro, NC 27532. Or donors can simply stop by the newspaper office at 310 N. Berkeley Blvd. * S.J. and Gloria Schaberg, $200, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. Schaberg and Mr. and Mrs. W. Bruce.Gunfight outside Goldsboro sweepstakes parlor leaves one wounded
The fight started inside 117 Internet Cafe, off U.S. Highway 117 South in the Mar Mac community, at about 4:30 p.m. and spilled outside. When one bystander drew a handgun, a second bystander ran to a car in the parking lot and pulled out an SKS-style semi-automatic rifle, authorities said.The Casualties: On the front lines - EMS and law enforcement
Skylar Parker and Jeremiah Goodson administer an IV on a patient before taking him to Wayne UNC Health Care for treatment. The Goldsboro Police Department and Wayne County EMS respond to a fatal overdose call at Knights Inn, formerly Serena Inn, earlier this November.Goldsboro mayor: Fence is a waste of money
Mayor Chuck Allen called the addition of a $31,000 fence to the rear of Union Station expensive and a waste of taxpayers' money. The council was presented with a contract proposal by Dudley's Fence Co., which would add a 6-foot-high fence to the rear of Union Station on North Carolina Street.Mount Olive couple to hold Christmas decorating contest benefiting Kitty Askins Hospice
Do you think you are the Clark Griswold of Mount Olive when it comes to decorating your home for Christmas? If so, you might consider entering a contest where could not only win bragging rights, but a $50 Ribeyes gift card all while helping raise funds for Kitty Askins Hospice Center in Goldsboro. One of the couples are Bruce and Ashley Walls of Mount Olive who are holding a contest to find the best-decorated house in Mount Olive.
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