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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
Eastern Aluminum Supply still services customers after fire

In the week and a half since its Goldsboro facility went up in flames, Richards Building Supply -- known locally as Eastern Aluminum Supply -- has been doing all it can to care for its employees and customers. No injuries were reported when the builder's supply company -- roofing, cabinets, windows, doors, etc.

153 take part in start of one-stop voting

Slightly more than 150 people voted over the first two days of one-stop early voting for the May 8 primary. Last Thursday through Friday, 153 voters cast ballots at the county's one-top voting site at the Wayne County Board of Elections, 209 S. William St. Early voting hours are weekdays, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Sunday, April 29, from noon to 3 p.m.; and Saturday, May 5, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Persons who are not yet registered may register during the one-stop early voting period.

Volunteers give back by helping kids in STEM

Brett Lancaster, a U.S. Cellular store manager in Goldsboro, helps Boys and Girls Club member Messiah, 7, open and spread a bag of mulch at the Boys and Girls Club of Wayne County on Friday during the Month of Giving event celebrating Earth Day. The cellphone coverage provider donates $1 million annually to educational programs that benefit students in grades K-12.

Art on the city streets

Local artist Eric Schreffler, left, adds touches to his mural at the corner of Walnut and John streets on Saturday afternoon, with the aid of his wife, Tracy, and 15-year-old son, Dalton. From left, Guy Harrington and John Zambelli help Charlotte artist Scott Partridge paint his mural in the crosswalk at James and Walnut Streets on Saturday.afternoon as part of the "Made on Main Street" community transformation project.

Changing the color of war

Founder of GOAT City Daniel Atkinson, center, poses for a photo in a Goldsboro warehouse Wednesday, surrounded by several other area paintballers. The local group, which hopes the organization of paintball wars will decrease street violence, has been given special permission to use the three-floor building for their events.

Baptist convention to hold session in city

Eastern North Carolina will be the destination for the Mid Year Session of the General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina Inc. The convention will convene on May 15-16 at Ebenezer Baptist Church at 702 West Raleigh Blvd. in Rocky Mount. "We're excited that the Convention is headed 'Down East,' and we're especially grateful that Ebenezer has an opportunity to serve as the host church," said the Rev.

A picnic with teddy bears

Children from Small World Daycare and Learning Center play with sidewalk chalk during the Teddy Bear Picnic Wednesday at Cornerstone Commons. Mariah Hill, 4, blows bubbles at one of the stations set up in Cornerstone Commons Wednesday during the Teddybear Picnic.

20 years of WISH

Principal Dr. William Vann shares a story about his experience with the WISH program during his welcome speech Thursday night at Wayne Academy during the 20th anniversary of the centers. Leaders from all over Wayne County came together at Wayne Middle/High Academy Thursday evening to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Wayne Initiative for School Health Centers.

Celebrating 175 years

Church historian Lola Delbridge points to a photo of the original church, built in 1858. First Baptist has since moved and several additions now adjoin it.

One-stop voting begins Thursday

The winner will challenge incumbent Republican Rep. David Rouzer in the Nov. 6 general election. Eligible voters in this primary are registered Democratic and unaffiliated voters residing within District 7 which encompasses all of Wayne County.

Wayne Country Day preps for upcoming final exams

We are on the academic homestretch here at Wayne Country Day School with final exams -- AP and others -- coming into focus on the horizon. Also, class schedules and advisor selection sheets for the 2018-19 school year are due this week, so it's time to make those important decisions.

Fighting cancer in pets, and us

Cameron Walker, 5, sits his Dalmatian stuffed animal beside Goldsboro Fire Department's Sparky Saturday during the third annual Bark for Life at Waynesborough Park. The event started with a walk, including two furry survivors, and continued through the day with vendors, music and children's activities.

Optimist Club hosts oratorical contest

Jose Torres, left, and Rebecca Eliassaint, center, shared first place in the Goldsboro Optimist Club's oratorical contest. With them is Maurice Nicholson, contest chairman.

NPR Newscaster Carl Kasell Dies At 84, After A Lifelong Career On-Air

NPR's Carl Kasell delivers one of his last newscasts during Morning Edition on Dec. 30, 2009 in Washington, D.C. Fellow newscaster Jean Cochran gives Kasell a kiss at 10:55 a.m., moments before he delivered his final newscast. Kasell enters the studio to read the final newscast of his career.

Council sticks to hiring process

A proposal to change the hiring process for the Goldsboro summer youth job program into a lottery selection process was shot down by the Goldsboro City Council Monday. Councilman Antonio Williams recommended the change, which failed to gain support from the majority of the board.

Welcome home: New Ashley Furniture HomeStore location brings jobs, commerce to vacant business

Jack Roush, president of The Parrott Group, which operates 12 Ashley HomeStores in three states, set his sights on the Goldsboro market three years ago and eventually decided on the former Save-A-Lot location, at 211 N. Berkeley Blvd. "We're just excited to be here," Roush said. "It seems like it's a very good market to be in, and we look forward to serving the needs of the entire community."

Friends of Seymour Johnson gather for Gala

Commander of the 12th Air Force and former 4th Fighter Wing commander Lt. Gen. Mark Kelly speaks Thursday night during the fifth annual Friends of Seymour Johnson Gala.

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