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A shooting took place last night at 214 Blue Ridge Drive in Dudley where 43-year-old Ronaza Earl Bunn of Dudley was transported to the hospital after multiple gunshot wounds from shooting suspect 20-year-old Nakia Lequan Atkins of Dudley. more
Late Monday afternoon Dudley Fire Department along with Wayne County EMS Station 8 Paramedics were dispatched to a traffic accident that involved a motorcycle at the intersection of Old Mount Olive highway and Royal Drive. The driver of the motorcycle was taken to the hospital with non-life-threating injuries... more
A physician’s recruitment grant from the Waylin Area Foundation has been awarded to Mount Olive native Meghan Slaughter Brown. The $24,000 grant is payable over the next four years to the new Mount … more
Wayne Community College will start a Spanish Medical Interpreters program in May. The 12-week program will train students fluent in English and Spanish to become Spanish Medical Interpreters. … more
Learn about native plants, pollinator conservation Program set on conservation The Sandhills Natural History Society will meet March 25 at 7 p.m. at Weymouth Woods Auditorium, 1024 Fort Bragg … more
When Jonathan Smith of Beulaville came to the University of Mount Olive (UMO) in the fall of 2015, he was unsure of where his educational journey would take him. “I grew up in a small town where … more
Sylvia is a black and white tuxie and is a domestic short hair, spayed female cat with cute black smudges on her nose and lip. The $65 adoption fee includes FVRCP vaccine, rabies vaccine, microchip … more
The Mount Olive Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Enviva Pellet Sampson. Enviva opened three years ago to meet the growing need to connect biomass sources to energy consumers. … more
Five felony witness intimidation and other charges have been filed against a Slick Rock Road man and investigators say it is an ongoing issue, and other charges may be filed. Twenty-one-year-old … more
RALEIGH — The board of the Boll Weevil Eradication Foundation of North Carolina has set the 2019 boll weevil assessment at 75 cents per acre of cotton. The amount remains the same as in 2018. … more
The American Red Cross has a severe shortage of type O blood and urges type O donors, as well as eligible blood and platelet donors of all blood types to give now to ensure lifesaving patient care … more
Wayne County Reads has scheduled programs for each Tuesday in its March 2019 “Season of Reading.” The events will explore the literary merits and issues in the book “Educated” by Tara … more
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