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A study to determine detailed specifications and the expense to convert the old rescue facility into a new headquarters for the Mount Olive Police Department should be completed sometime within the … more
The annual tree lighting ceremony kicking off the holiday season was once held on Center Street. That changed five years ago when officials gave notice the town would move the event to an old … more
Daniels & Daniels of Goldsboro began work on the site of the new Southern Wayne High School gym on Oct. 15, moving soil to clear the way for its foundation. A new gym is becoming more real … more
Sidewalks will be in place sometime next spring along a two-block stretch of South Church Street. Officials have just authorized the design phase of the sidewalk construction. Town Manager … more
A Bladenboro man was arrested on a variety of charges, including possession of a stolen firearm, after a domestic call to a home on McArthur Pond Road in Mount Olive on Oct. … more
The 2019 Mount Olive Christmas Parade set to be held on Dec. 7 will follow a new route. Mount Olive Area Chamber of Commerce President Julie Beck, Mayor Joe Scott, Town Manager Charles Brown, … more
WASHINGTON — Agricultural producers can enroll in the Agriculture Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage programs – two U.S. Department of Agriculture safety net programs – for the 2020 crop … more
RALEIGH — The 2019 session of the N.C. General Assembly began Jan. 9, both in the House and the Senate. The session ended on Halloween, which was Thursday, Oct. 31. Lawmakers left without a budget, … more
Four people, including a Dudley man, were arrested Oct. 29 when a stop of their car at a traffic check alerted officers to a reportedly stolen vehicle. Capt. Chris Worth of the Wayne County … more
A number of old, outdated utility poles along a two-block stretch of North Center Street are targeted for replacement over the next several weeks. Town Manager Charles Brown said 16 of the … more
The 72-unit apartment complex that had been planned on an 8-acre tract of land on North Breazeale Avenue failed to materialize because of the town’s failure to ensure sewer service could be … more
Planners with the East Carolina Council of Governments will assist the town of Mount Olive in upgrading the town’s Comprehensive Land Use Plan that was approved in 2012. Local authorities want … more
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