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Six Complete Launch Program, One Wins $5000 Prize

Six Complete Launch Program, One Wins $5000 Prize

Six entrepreneurs are closer to their dreams of successful businesses thanks to Launch Goldsboro. Launch Goldsboro is an initiative that strives to develop successful local entrepreneurs by giving them access to training and resources for improving and expanding their businesses. At the end of the eight-week program, participants compete for a monetary award. This year’s…read more »

City Selects New Public Utilities Director

City Selects New Public Utilities Director

The City of Goldsboro has selected Robert “Bert” Sherman as the new Public Utilities Director. “We are excited to have Mr. Sherman serve as the City Public Utilities Director. He has over 20 years of leadership and supervisor experience within the Public Utilities department. Mr. Sherman served the City well as the Interim Public Utilities…read more »

 Ash Street Corridor Study Open House

 Ash Street Corridor Study Open House

The City of Goldsboro, lead planning agency for the Goldsboro Metropolitan Planning Organization, will host a public open house from 4-8 p.m. Thursday, June 23, at Herman Park Center, 901 Ash Street, to discuss the future of Ash Street from George Street to Berkeley Boulevard. Staff will be available to talk about the Ash Street…read more »

Mathew Livingston Selected As New Assistant City Manager Of Goldsboro

Mathew Livingston Selected As New Assistant City Manager Of Goldsboro

The City of Goldsboro announced Matthew Livingston is the new Assistant City Manager. According to City Manager Tim Salmon, Livingston is a seasoned professional with over 17 years of experience. Livingston is currently serving as Town Manager in Ayden and was previously Interim Town Manager in Plymouth, Executive Director of the Eastern Carolina Council of…read more »

City To Begin Water Line Flushing May 8

City To Begin Water Line Flushing May 8

The City of Goldsboro Public Works Department will begin its annual switch to a free chlorine system May 4. The unidirectional water line flushing program will follow, beginning at 10 p.m. Sunday, May 8. Crews will flush lines from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily except Fridays and Saturdays. The flushing program should last approximately…read more »

The City Of Goldsboro Wants Feedback From The Community On Economic Improvements

The City Of Goldsboro Wants Feedback From The Community On Economic Improvements

(GDN) – The City of Goldsboro says they will be working with the North Carolina Department of Commerce to develop an economic development plan for the city. They are asking local residents to participate in a survey on how to improve conditions in Goldsboro for the future. The public is invited to visit https://survey.sogosurvey.com/r/5gIDu1 to…read more »

Mt. Olive Pickle Expansion Will Create 167 Jobs In Goldsboro (PHOTO GALLERY)

Mt. Olive Pickle Expansion Will Create 167 Jobs In Goldsboro (PHOTO GALLERY)

(GDN) — Mt. Olive Pickle is expanding and adding new jobs.  Gov. Roy Cooper made the official announcement Thursday at Wayne Community College, and says this is “a big DILL” for Goldsboro and Wayne County.  Mt. Olive Pickle Company is investing $35 million to expand its operations into two facilities in the City of Goldsboro. …read more »

Finance Director: City Close To Completing Next Delayed Audit

Finance Director: City Close To Completing Next Delayed Audit

(GDN) — The City of Goldsboro continues to make headway on its delayed audits.  Goldsboro Finance Director Catherine Gwynn provided an update on the audit at Monday’s city council meeting.  Gwynn says the 2020 Fiscal Year audit will likely be ready and presented to the council at its March 7th meeting.  That leaves just the…read more »

Goldsboro Hires Temporary Assistant City Manager

Goldsboro Hires Temporary Assistant City Manager

The City of Goldsboro has hired Roe O’Donnell as temporary assistant city manager while searching for the next assistant city manager. The previous assistant city manager, Randy Guthrie, retired Jan. 1, 2022. O’Donnell’s start date was Jan. 26. He will be paid an hourly rate of $62.50. O’Donnell retired as deputy town manager for the…read more »

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