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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
'He cares for his flock'

For a half-century, the Rev. John Hedgepeth has dedicated his life to a single endeavor: preaching the Gospel to the congregation of Northwood Temple Church in north Fayetteville.

Scott Stevens to retire Sept. 14

Goldsboro City Manager Scott Stevens will retire effective Sept. 14 and take a position working for James City County, Va., Stevens announced in a press release Wednesday evening.

Cooper tours Seven Springs disaster buyout sites

Governor Roy Cooper tours Main Street Tuesday as he walks around to get a look at restoration efforts and flood damage that remains following Hurricane Matthew almost two years ago. Governor Roy Cooper stands in front of of the old Seven Springs Volunteer Fire Department during his walking tour of the town Tuesday.

Man drives car into house during medical emergency

A man traveling Slocumb Street lost control of his car while having a medical emergency Monday afternoon and hit a house. According to the Goldsboro Police Department, Ksean Shearod, 27, of Goldsboro, was driving north on Slocumb Street when he began having a medical emergency.

Goldsboro man tried to flee during traffic stop

The Regional Enforcement And Criminal Target Team was patroling the area along Wayne Memorial Drive on Saturday, when they stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation. According to a statement from the Wayne County Sheriff's Office, deputies made contact with 27-year-old Charles Richards Hill III of 1609 South John St., inside the vehicle, and conducted a search.

Barnhill builds success across three generations

"We fulfill our word," says Allen Barnhill, senior vice president, who has been with the company for 40 years. "What we say we're going to do, we do."

Gore calls for fight against environmental injustice

Al Gore, former vice president of the United States, speaks during the Sunday morning service before more than 100 people at Greenleaf Christian Church Disciples of Christ on William Street. People were invited to hold hands during song as an outward sign of the unity that the Rev.

Boy Scouts adapting to changes

Tuscarora Council of the Boy Scouts of America staff, from left, President Steve Moore, Melanie Hopkins, Amanda Greens, Sarah Fernandez and Stefan Spruill inside the Boy Scouts new location in Rosewood. The office relocated to its new site after flooding from Hurricane Matthew destroyed its previous downtown Goldsboro building in 2016.

Wayne Masonic Lodge celebrates centennial

Charles Southerland, right, is honored Thursday night for his 62 years as a certified lecturer during the 100th anniversary celebration for Masonic Lodge 634. Lodge Master George Reacher receives a certificate celebrating the 100th anniversary of Masonic Lodge 634 from Speed Hallman, Grand Master of Grand Lodge of North Carolina, Thursday night.

Street Beats: Sounds of downtown

Florence Cutler and her husband, Edwin Cutler, decided to take an impromptu trip downtown to enjoy the weather and beat the heat with a bite of ice cream. After grabbing their cones, they stopped in the median of South Center Street across from the Paramount Theatre to relax and listen to the music provided by Friday evening's Street Beats performer Christina Ivey Marks.

Council approves sidewalk projects

The Goldsboro City Council approved a pair of sidewalk construction projects and denied a permit request for an internet sweepstakes parlor on Parkway Drive during its meeting Monday. The council discussed four potential sidewalk projects and decided the city could accomplish two of them with the $55,807 in its sidewalk fund.

Wayne County stuffs the bus

Judy Scott passes Julie Beck a backpack through the window of her car Wednesday for the Stuff the Bus school supply drive. Scott, who has a 5-year-old grandson starting school this year, said "I was so excited to do this."

'It means a lot': Goldsboro High School welcomes back students for the start of a new year

Trebor Jackson gives a student a high-five during the second annual Welcome Back Cougars event at Goldsboro High School Tuesday morning. Members of the community gathered to welcome students back for their first day of class in the breezeway between the cafeteria and school.

Taking back the night

Khloe and Khirsten Hall, 8, and Taylor Jones, 8, peer through the back windows of Raven, the Wayne County Sheriff's Office helicopter Tuesday night during the annual National Night Out in Herman Park. See Page 1D for Mount Olive's National Night Out, also held Tuesday night.

Council spars over bus shelters

The Goldsboro City Council was in general agreement about the need for more bus shelters throughout the city at its meeting Monday evening but differed sharply on the city's role in getting the shelters built. Councilman Bevan Foster brought up the shelters during the council's 5 p.m. work session Monday.

Commissioners to discuss capital projects funding

Wayne County commissioners on Tuesday will once again take up the issue of capital projects funding for Wayne County Public Schools. The meeting will get underway with an 8 a.m. agenda briefing followed by the formal session at 9 a.m. Both will be held in the commissioners' meeting room on the fourth floor of the Wayne County Courthouse Annex.

A party on the tracks

Doug and Bobbie Fitzpatricka look at a display modeled after Wilmington around the 1940s during the The Sipping and Switching Society of North Carolina's annual Summerfest at the Goldsboro Family YMCA Sunday. The two-day event featured tracks from around the state.

Church sustains damage in grease fire

Just after 9 a.m., firefighters responded to the blaze at Pentecostal Holy Church, located at 600 E. Pine St. The fire began when two church members, Thomasina Lewis and Sharon Robinson, were preparing to cook for the church's monthly fish fry. Grease was placed in a fryer, fueled by propane gas, outside of the entrance to the dining hall.

Purple Heart heroes recognized for valiant service

Army veteran Robert L. Brown, who was honored with a Purple Heart for his service in Vietnam, passes under the sabres during the Purple Heart Banquet Walk of Honor at the Maxwell Center Friday night. Army veteran Roy S. Robinson, who was honored with a Purple Heart for his service in Korea, passes under the sabres during the Purple Heart Banquet Walk of Honor at the Maxwell Center Friday night.

Japan's Uchiyama Manufacturing investing $50 million in Mexico

Japan's Uchiyama Manufacturing Corp., which supplies plastics products to the automotive, packaging and construction sectors, plans to invest $50 million in a manufacturing facility on Mexico's Yucatn peninsula. President and CEO Kenzo Uchiyama visited Mexico in July and met with Yucatn Gov. Rolando Zapata Bello before announcing the investment, which will come over five years, the government of the state of Yucatn said in a news release.

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