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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
Test dates set for career readiness certification
The WorkKeys tests for the National Career Readiness Certificate will be offered just three times during the month July at Wayne Community College. The Wayne Occupational Readiness Keys for Success program will provide testing sessions on July 10 and 24 from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and on July 18 from 12:30-4:30 p.m. All of the sessions will be held in Room 136 of the Walnut Building on Wayne Community College's main campus in Goldsboro.Climb Out of the Darkness walk planned Saturday
Wayne UNC Health Care will sponsor the Climb Out of the Darkness walk Saturday that focuses on raising awareness of pregnancy and postpartum mental health disorders. The walk is part of one of the world's largest events that focuses on raising awareness of health complications following pregnancy.Suspect in Saturday shooting surrenders
Demarcus Martrell Davis, 33, 7008 E. Spruce St., wanted for the shooting of Ashley Oates, 34, walked into the Goldsboro Police Department at 1:30 p.m. and turned himself in, according to police. Davis was charged with attempted murder, firing into an occupied vehicle and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.No tax increase, supplements in Wayne County budget
Wayne County Manager Craig Honeycutt explains the cuts made in the budget proposal, prior to commissioners unanimously adopting the approximate $190 million spending plan. Wayne County Commissioner Joe Daughtery argues in favor of a quarter-cent sales tax increase as opposed to an increase in the county property tax rate.Jobless rate declines, so does labor force
While the latest reports from the state Department of Commerce show declines in unemployment rates in all 100 North Carolina counties, data from the N.C. Justice Center reveal 38 of the state's counties - mostly from Eastern North Carolina - have lost jobs from April 2017 to April of this year. Patrick McHugh, economic analyst for the liberal-leaning N.C. Justice Center's Budget and Tax Center, said the problem with the recovery is that it hasn't really addressed the long-standing challenges that a lot of the communities already were facing, particularly those in Eastern North Carolina.Retired NC county manager up for Buncombe job
Commissioners consider ex-Wayne County manager George Wood for Stone's interim replacement George Wood could replace Mandy Stone to become Buncombe's third county manager in a year. Check out this story on citizen-times.com: https://www.citizen-times.com/story/news/local/2018/06/18/mandy-stone-buncombe-interim-replacement-george-wood-wayne-county-nc-wanda-greene-investigation/711370002/ Several officials are no longer with Buncombe County following the fallout of the federal investigation into former manager Wanda Greene.Discover: Snapshot of La Grange Posted at
La Grange is a small Eastern North Carolina town with rural surroundings and beautiful historical homes nestled among modern influences. The town's growth can be attributed to the construction of the Norfolk and Southern Railroad, which runs through the center of the historical district.One shot in Goldsboro; police search for suspect
Goldsboro police block off a portion of Westbrook Road Saturday as Officer Joe Kosuda and K9 Elvis search for a man who allegedly shot a woman in a vehicle nearby. The Wayne County Sheriff's Office was also called to assist in the search.An honor to serve
Col. Christopher Sage reflects on his time as the commander of the 4th Fighter Wing at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. As 4th Fighter Wing Commander Col.Traffic stop leads to heroin bust
Dominique Brown, 30, of 712 Slaughter St., was arrested and charged with two counts of trafficking heroin and with the possession of marijuana.RCC students create documentary film
Randolph Community College's photojournalism class recently created a short documentary project that was an official selection for the Long Leaf Festival in May at the N.C. Museum of History. The weekend festival highlighted the best short- and feature-length documentary and narrative films that demonstrate a Tar Heel State connection.Residents question delay in disaster recovery
Those still trying to rebuild over a year after Hurricane Matthew tore through Wayne County had several questions for Emergency Management Director Mike Sprayberry Thursday night, but one common refrain summed up the concerns of the audience -- when will help finally arrive? Hundreds gathered at the Maxwell Center Thursday night to air their grievances, ask questions and in some cases, simply tell their stories in front of Sprayberry, who came to Goldsboro to try to address concerns over the use -- or non-use, in this case -- of millions of dollars in federal disaster recovery money in Wayne County. The delay, Sprayberry said, is primarily bureaucratic.Pikeville woman killed in three vehicle wreck near La Grange Updated at
A Pikeville woman was killed Wednesday on U.S. 70 near La Grange after the vehicle she was a passenger in was involved in a three-vehicle accident. Eboni Shaquail Harris, 25, of Pikeville died after the collision and five other people were injured and taken to three different hospitals. Trooper Andre Barrett or the N.C. Highway Patrol, said at about 11:44 a.m. Wednesday Dakila Hines, 30, of Goldsboro was driving a Mazda passenger vehicle west on U.S. 70. Harris was sitting in the back seat and another passenger, Lavecia Hines, was sitting in the front passenger seat. Hines' Mazda allegedly began abruptly braking, and there was no one in front of her, no obstacles on the road and no apparent mechanical problems thus far, Barrett said. "There was no apparent reason for her to have been abruptly braking in the roadway," he said.Young Lawyers set June expunction clinic
Members of Impact Teens of Goldsboro release white balloons as a sign of new beginnings during their second annual Citywide Prayer event at Cornerstone Commons Wednesday night. Pastor Terry Jones of City Church of Goldsboro speaks during Wednesday night's Citywide Prayer event organized by Impact Teens at Cornerstone Commons.ENC Stop Human Trafficking Now announces new community outreach coordinator
ENC Stop Human Trafficking Now recently announced the hiring of Melinda Sampson as the organization's new community outreach coordinator. She spent nearly seven years in the journalism industry, beginning as an editor for a weekly publication in Belhaven in 2011.Carnival With a Cop offers fun, builds trust
Ada Cooper plays ladder ball against Brian Elder from the Goldsboro Police Department during Carnival with a Cop Tuesday at the Peggy Seegars Senior Center. Shirley See competes against Andrew Nail with the Goldsboro Police Department in the balloon pop during Carnival with a Cop Tuesday at the Peggy Seegars Senior Center.Remembering a near disaster: U.S. accidentally drops nuclear bombs on itself and its allies
During the Cold War, U.S. planes accidentally dropped nuclear bombs on the east coast, in Europe, and elsewhere. "Dumb luck" prevented a historic catastrophe.Wayne agencies benefit from state budget
"To me it is a good budget period, and a really good budget for eastern North Carolina," said state District 10 Rep. John Bell of Goldsboro. "That is what they sent me up there to do."Judge dismisses charges against child care worker
A District Court judge dismissed charges against a former child care worker accused of abuse at the Goldsboro Family YMCA. Judge Charles Gaylor, who reviewed video footage of the employee interacting with a 2-year-old child, in February, dismissed a charge of misdemeanor child abuse against Joshelyn Parker, who was employed by the YMCA at the time of the alleged incident.Glimpses of the past
Although many of the photos in the collection are portraits, A.O. Clement often documented daily life, like Harriet Faison Riley's 4th birthday party. Marty Tschetter explains that the negatives in the collection are scanned into a computer at 600 dpi, allowing the photo to be enlarged to see show fine detail in things like feathers and wood grain.
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