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A dream kept alive Johny Watson was larger than life. And full of dreams. He hoped to one day travel to Paris. A good student, he graduated at 16 from Spring Creek High School and immersed himself in the cosmetology program at Lenoir...
Goldsboro News-Argus | 7 hours, 29 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Goldsboro, North Carolina
Council to revisit new fee The Goldsboro City Council will revisit proposed commercial stormwater fees and whether to change the mayor's voting power during its meeting Monday. A new stormwater fee structure for all non-residential properties is under consideration, with a declinin
Goldsboro News-Argus | 7 hours, 29 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Goldsboro, North Carolina
*** Empty Stocking Fund *** Donations may be made by mailing checks made out to the Empty Stocking Fund to P.O. Box 10629, Goldsboro, NC 27532. Or donors can simply stop by the newspaper office at 310 N. Berkeley Blvd. * Goldsboro High School Class...
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Wreaths for the fallen The crowd at Evergreen Cemetery began gathering nearly an hour before the noontime ceremony began to honor fallen veterans on Saturday. Tawyna Tucker, organizer, praised the community for its response to the local version of the national event, Wreaths Ac
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University of Mount Olive graduates 300 Saturday was a day of accomplishments for Candice Worrells. The Goldsboro mom of two received a bachelor's degree in business administration with a concentration in human resource management from the University of Mount Olive But just as importantly for..
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Jingle in the Park rescheduled for Dec. 20 Jingle in the Park, originally planned on Dec. 8 and 9 but canceled due to adverse weather, will take place on Dec. 20 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Herman Park. The no-cost event, hosted by the Goldsboro Parks...
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Laundry Love shares hope with a little pocket change, detergent Laundry Love Goldsboro put the word out, and the community answered. The non-profit group held its monthly event at the Ash Street Laundrymat at 503 E. Ash St. Friday, where volunteers brought change and detergent on hand to allow...
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City selling 30-pound bags of compost The city of Goldsboro is now selling 30-pound bags of compost to the public from its compost facility 200 Westbrook Road. The popularity and overall quality of the compost, typically purchased in larger quantities from area nurseries or landscaping...
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Rock 'n' roll dreaming: Fat Cat Music opens in city Eddie Gonzalez dreamed of playing in the N.C. Symphony as a boy. But after picking up an electric guitar at age 15, he wanted to become the next Eddie Van Halen. The owner of the newly opened Fat Cat Music...
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Giving in the season: Groups come together to help those in need A free hot breakfast and clothing giveaway ushered in the holiday season for the sixth year as Christmas in the City took place Saturday morning in downtown Goldsboro. The event was split between two churches on John Street -- St....
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