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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.

Population: 37597
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

Goldsboro News
Group awarded $61,000 for books

The Wayne County Partnership for Children is slated to receive $61,000 in funding to provide books for young children over the next two years. Funding is being provided through the N.C. General Assembly.

An eye for the finer things: Jay's Steak and Sushi to open by 2018

Jay Shin inside the former Texas Steakhouse, on Spence Avenue, which is being converted into a new fine dining restaurant and planned to open by Christmas or early 2018. Jay Shin, the owner of seven restaurants, including six in Wayne County, plans to open Jay's Steak and Sushi restaurant by Christmas or in early 2018.

Man charged for armed robbery on Lionel Street

Daijuan Raymel Price, 25, 305 Benton St. Apt. A, was charged with one count of robbery with a dangerous weapon and one count of possession of stolen property and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Building Bridges: Part 2 Rev Barber on Creating a Fusion Movement to...

We present part 2 in our interview with the Rev William Barber On Creating a Fusion Movement to Defeat Trump and Move Forward Together with The Rev. Dr. William Barber is Pastor of Greenleaf Christian Church, in Goldsboro, North Carolina and architect of the Forward Together Moral Movement that gained national acclaim with its Moral Monday protests which drew tens of thousands of North Carolinians and other moral witnesses to the state legislature.

Taking Moral Mondays to the rest of the country

Is the Rev. William Barber, leader of North Carolina's Moral Monday protests, going to take the movement to the rest of the country? Beginning in 2013, the Goldsboro minister has led demonstrations at the state's legislative building and in other state offices and properties.

Disabilities luncheon honors individuals and businesses

The Mayor's Committee for Persons with Disabilities and the City of Goldsboro community relations department, handed out five awards during the annual Mayor's Disabilities Award luncheon, held Thursday at Goldsboro Event Center. From left, Goldsboro Mayor Chuck Allen, Jeff Brogden of University of Mount Olive, employer of the year; Willie Kornegay, employee of the year; Jay Webber of Longhorn Steakhouse, voted most accessible business; Susie Howell, committee member of the year; and Dr. Michael Bunch of O'Berry Center, Mayor's Trophy Five awards were handed out during the annual Mayor's Disabilities Award Luncheon on Thursday, recognizing individuals and businesses that make life better for those with unique challenges.

Chief releases details about shooting

Goldsboro Police Chief Mike West said Thursday the victim of the city's most recent homicide was defending himself against a failed robbery attempt when he was shot October 11. Robert Baymon, 60, of 516 Eason St., died at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville Wednesday after succumbing to injuries sustained during an armed robbery earlier in the month. Baymon reportedly allowed two strangers into his home Oct. 11 at 3 a.m., who then tried to rob him.

City to accept bids for CDBG funds

The city of Goldsboro is accepting applications from agencies with programs serving low and moderate incomes that could be eligible for federal funding. Each year, the city sets aside a portion of its Community Development Block Grant funding and provides grants to area agencies, nonprofits and for-profits, that provide programs that provide suitable living environments, create economic opportunities and decent housing.

Keep asking for it: Money still available for hurricane recovery, official says

The frustration was evident Wednesday night during a Hurricane Matthew Outreach Event held in the WAGES training room on Royall Avenue. Many residents' homes are still unlivable a year after Hurricane Matthew -- an agonizing challenge for local residents still struggling to rebuild their lives.

World's largest tutu, maybe, draws attention to cancer awareness

The world's largest tutu is rolled up and held around the Arts Council of Wayne County Wednesday. The more than 100-foot-long tutu will be wrapped around everyone in attendance at Saturday's Pink Plunge event at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park.

Shooting victim dies, investigation upgraded

Robert Baymon, of 516 Eason St., died at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville Wednesday. He had been listed in critical condition since the Oct. 11 incident inside his home that resulted in his suffering two gunshot wounds.

Governor to attend naming ceremony

A ceremony dedicating a section of the U.S. 70 Goldsboro Bypass as the John H. Kerr III Highway will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 3. Gov. Roy Cooper is expected to attend the ceremony to be held in Courtroom No. 1 in the Wayne County Courthouse.

Lantern Fest nixed due to fire code

The Lantern Fest, planned to take place in downtown Goldsboro on Nov. 11, is canceled due to state fire code regulations. The festival was originally planned to take place on Oct. 7 in Fayetteville but was moved to Goldsboro after a local law prohibited the third annual event in the city.

Downtown Goldsboro restaurant manager charged with sexual battery for ...

The manager of Torero's Mexican Restaurant in downtown Goldsboro was charged Monday with sexual battery for the second time in seven months. Camacho was served with the warrant taken out against him by the victim of the alleged assault on Monday at 3:12 p.m. The warrant alleges Camacho committed sexual battery by "grabbing victims face and forcefully pulling into his face to kiss her ."

Council split on most items

The Goldsboro City Council voted 5-2 to enter into a near $500,000 financing agreement for athletic field lights for the future multisport complex. The city will enter into a five-year lease agreement with Musco Finance to finance $499,000 of the cost to fully install lights at three of the athletic fields at the complex.

Habitat meeting slated for Sunday

A community meeting on plans to build two Habitat for Humanity houses in Mount Olive will be held at 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22, at the First Baptist Church Christian Life Center. Information will be provided about Habitat, how to get involved when the time comes, fundraising efforts and possibly about the future homeowners These homes -- numbers nine and 10 in the Mount Olive area -- will be built at 202 W. Pollock St. and 108 S. Chestnut St. Construction on the first home is scheduled to begin in spring 2018, with the second home beginning in fall 2018.

Taking Moral Monday to the rest of the US

Is the Rev. William Barber, leader of North Carolina's Moral Monday protests, going to take the movement to the rest of the country? Beginning in 2013, the Goldsboro minister has led demonstrations at the state's legislative building and in other state offices and properties.

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