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Goldsboro man accused of sexually exploiting minors through social media

A Goldsboro man has been accused of sexually exploiting minors through social media in an investigation that dates back to July...

Goldsboro woman accused of raping 15-year-old

Twenty-six-year-old Jessica Lynn Uzzell of 200 W Tarklin Dr., Goldsboro, was charged with one count of first-degree statutory rape and one count of first-degree statutory sexual offense after she was accused of assaulting a 15-year old back in 2016...

Dunn, Wilson newspapers form Restoration Newsmedia

The Daily Record and the Wilson Times, North Carolina’s last two family-owned daily newspapers, have forged a strategic partnership and formed a media management company, allowing them to share …

Lady Rebels postseason run ends at rival Princeton

PRINCETON, N.C.- The North Duplin Lady Rebels softball team fell 12-2 to the No. 2 seed Princeton Bulldogs in the 1A state playoffs Friday night...
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Mount Olive looks to add new bay instead of new station
Town officials are currently reviewing an idea that would temporarily resolve the need to expand the current fire department facility, …
Cliffs of the Neuse State Park family campground getting upgrades
The family campground at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park is going through some big changes. Construction of a new bathhouse is …
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Duplin County native to lead state elections board
The N.C. State Board of Elections on Monday appointed a Duplin County native as the Board’s executive director, the chief state …
Janet Rose of Calypso is pictured with her award, having received the 2019 Adjunct Instructor of the Year Award at the University of Mount Olive.
Rose named University of Mount Olive Adjunct Instructor of the Year
Janet F. Rose of Calypso received the 2019 Adjunct Instructor of the Year Award at the University of Mount Olive. An adjunct …
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Dudley woman faces multiple embezzlement, larceny charges
A Dudley woman was arrested and charged with 18 counts each of felony embezzlement and larceny by an employee. Forty-six-year-old …
From the Opinion pages

Freedom can fuel faster growth

RALEIGH — North Carolina’s economy is doing well. With a headline unemployment rate of 4 percent and a healthy 2.8 percent jump in inflation-adjusted median household income last year, North …

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Calling all gospel singers: State convention starts in June

Gospel singers, choirs, families and fans will gather under the trees and sunshine at Benson’s Singing Grove for the 99th time next month at the annual State Singing Convention. Organizers are …

The Embers to perform for Benson’s Sundown in Downtown

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