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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
City seeks $2M Golden LEAF Foundation grand to protect treatment facility

Goldsboro's Water Treatment Plant on Jordan Boulevard provides drinking water for residents and businesses. The city is applying for a grant that will help build a berm, a natural wall, that will prevent flooding of the facility.

Woman charged for allegedly trying to hit man with truck

A Goldsboro woman allegedly drove a pickup truck toward a man and his two sons who were fishing from a bridge on U.S. 13 South. Kevin Glenn Hyatt, 30, 104 Brenn Loop, secured a warrant on Paigela Hinson, 49, 188 Mills Loop Road, alleging assault with a deadly weapon.

Second person arrested in shooting on Slocumb Street

The Goldsboro Police Department arrested a second person in connection with a mid-June shooting which sent a man to Vidant Medical Center, according to a press release. Shantel Charese Atkinson, 26, of 601 Day Circle, was arrested for her alleged part in the shooting of Octavious Thompson, which took place around 3 p.m. on July 17 at the BeesTown convenience store on South Slocumb Street.

Man is robbed at gunpoint in city

A man was robbed at gunpoint as he was driving another man around the city Friday, according to a Goldsboro police report. After the victim finished driving him around, "Dre" asked the victim if he had any money, according to the report.

Lidl plans advancing in Goldsboro

Lidl grocery stores are now open in Kinston, Greenville and Wilson and plans are still on track for the German discount grocer to open a new store along Wayne Memorial Drive. Since its June launch into the United States market, Lidl has opened 21 stores in three states, including nine in North Carolina and is preparing to open its 10th North Carolina location in Thomasville on Aug. 24, said Will Harwood, Lidl U.S. spokesman.

Strickland Insurance plans downtown move

A sign marks a lot at the corner of Ash and John Streets where Strickland Insurance Brokers are making plans to relocate. The owners of Strickland Insurance Brokers recently purchased a near 1-acre property on Ash Street, at the corner of John Street, in downtown Goldsboro.

Hatching a lesson plan

Jennifer Johnson, animal science instructor at Wayne Community College, adds water to an incubator of chicken eggs she hopes will hatch in time for the first day of her poultry production course when school resumes later this week. Jennifer Johnson checks the progress with a digital incubator, resembling a flashlight, that lets her know how the baby chick is developing.

Public hearings on community development, Busco Beach on commissioners agenda

Wayne County commissioners Tuesday morning will hold a public hearing to explain the regulations, eligible activities and potential uses of Community Development Block Grant funds for Hurricane Matthew recovery. They also will discuss the city of Goldsboro's pending public hearing on its proposal to remove Busco Beach and nearby property from the city's extraterritorial jurisdiction.

Program focuses on girls' empowerment

Allie Wall introduces herself to the families of the other girls participating in the annual Power of Girls program during the fashion show portion of the banquet at the Wayne Center Tuesday night. Raniyah Wooten, Akirah Anderson and Emely Gonzalez pass the pageant crowns belonging to keynote speaker Jill Howell as she explains that crowns don't keep their shine but their actions can make them shine.

A clean slate: volunteers remove graffiti from Eastern Wayne High School

Mark Colebrook, left, speaks with IMPACT Teens founders Khalil Cobb and Ja'Shawn Faire and GPD gang officer Walt Howard at Eastern Wayne High School Saturday. The three groups, along with the 4-Day Movement, partnered to clean up graffiti at the school.

Vote for Habitat

An Internet-based voting competition that kicks off Wednesday could help give Habitat for Humanity of Goldsboro-Wayne a $25,000 boost for its new home repair program. "Habitat Goldsboro-Wayne is excited to be in the running for this award," said Habitat Goldsboro-Wayne Executive Director Matthew Whittle.

Humphrey Street paving project to begin soon

The dirt roadway path along Humphrey Street will soon get a new asphalt surface as crews start constructing a new road following approval of a $489,883 city contract. The Goldsboro City Council voted Monday to hire Barnhill Contracting Co., out of Kinston, to add 6,000-square-yards of pavement along Humphrey Street, from Fourth to Eighth streets, and along Dakota Street, from Aycock to Fourth streets.

Trial date set in credit union robbery

A trial date has been scheduled for a Wayne County man accused of robbing an Edgecombe County credit union earlier this year. Nathan Terry Bullock, 58, of Goldsboro, is scheduled to appear Dec. 11 in N.C. Superior Court in Tarboro in connection to the Jan. 3 robbery of the State Employees Credit Union at 805 North Fairview Road, according to an Edgecombe County Clerk of Court official.

Police identify three men in connection to Circle K brawl

Goldsboro police identified three men Friday they believe were involved in the massive brawl outside the Circle K convenience store on Wayne Memorial Drive last week. Adrane Lafette Swinson, 27, 212 Brookwood Drive, Jaikelvin Dyondra Maye, 28, 419 Slocumb St., and Kysheem Jayire Langston, 18, 718 Jackson St., are all wanted for disorderly conduct stemming from the incident.

Drive safely during, to and from ecplise

Highway safety agencies are urging drivers to take necessary precautions to travel safely during the impending solar eclipse Aug. 21. The North Carolina State Highway Patrol is concerned with increased traffic on highways as drivers try to get to the best viewing spots around. A complete eclipse -- one that literally makes the daytime look like the nighttime -- won't be visible in Goldsboro, or anywhere else in eastern North Carolina.

GWTA nighttime bus service to continue

Kelvin Whitfield exits a city bus at the GWTA transfer station on North Carolina Street Thursday. The transportation authority is making permanent extended hours on two routes after successful testing over this year.

Council backs YMCA mentoring program

Ninth-grade Goldsboro High School students could be matched with adult mentors as early as September through a Goldsboro Family YMCA program modeled after Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. The Goldsboro City Council threw its support behind the mentorship opportunity and voted Monday to provide $35,000 to the YMCA for the program, estimated to cost a total of $50,000 in its first year, said John Richards, YMCA chief executive officer.

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