At Northview Baptist Church, 600 Patetown Rd, Goldsboro, NC on June 3rd 2017 everything centers on making repairs. Starting from 8:00AM and ending at 2:00PM, various volunteer repair experts will be available to help make all possible repairs free of charge. Tools and materials will also be on hand. People visiting the Repair Café will bring along their broken items from home; Toasters, lamps, hair dryers, clothes, bikes, toys, crockery... anything that is broken is welcome.
Wayne County's Chamber of Commerce Junior Leadership Council represents public, private and home schools in Wayne County; and are photographed here with Mayor Allen, Councilmember Williams, Councilmember Broadaway, City Manager Scott Stevens and the City of Goldsboro Department Heads.
After a competitive game of "Friendly Feud" and some dialogue with City leaders on priorities, the Juniors continued their quest of Government & Law by visiting the Goldsboro Police Department
On April 28, 2017, T&M Foreign Car Repair closed its doors for the last time to tearful customers and years of trusted service to Wayne County and surrounding areas. For many, Bill McCullen and Charles Taylor, owners of T&M, were far more than mechanics but instead viewed as cherished friends. While in business for over 42 years, the two each raised children and become grandparents, lost their own parents, and faced struggles they could never have imagined. Bill and Charles
Do you have a dedication to community service? Do you want to increase your education and/or employment possibilities in the future? By joining AmeriCorps, you have the chance to open doors and gain contacts in the community and across the state. Private sector and public sector employers highly respect an applicant’s time served as an AmeriCorps member. Literacy Connections of Wayne County is looking for a community-minded individual to serve for 12 months full-time as the 2
Spring is in the air as I pen this month’s column for The Buzz. My wife and I experienced a wonderful and memorable Easter. I sincerely hope that each of you good citizens of Wayne County had a similar experience. Farmers are busy planting crops, local strawberries are ripe, and dogwood trees are in full bloom. Yes, May is almost here and as usual I am trying to decide what to write about. I have chosen to share what May meant to me as lad growing up in rural Nahunta. First,