Local News
654 results total, viewing 1 - 12
The University of Mount Olive’s Farms to Fridges team has made the first cut in Student Startup Madness, an annual nationwide competition for college student digital media startups. Of the … more
The University of Mount Olive is hosting an open house on Feb. 1 for prospective students to get a taste of what university life is like. Registration begins at 9 a.m. at Kornegay Arena. High … more
Work was expected to begin sometime this week on the $600,000 replacement project of the holding pond lagoon at the town of Mount Olive Wastewater Treatment Plant. It is a project that has been on … more
A Dudley man is facing drug charges after deputies say they found drugs in a southern Wayne County home when they were serving warrants on Jan. 16. Kenneth William Brown, 47, of 100 Colonel … more
A man, who has been missing since Jan. 17, has been added to the Missing Person list at the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office. He is 22-year-old Xzavier Rendell Pearsall. He is described as a … more
Detailed specification plans for the conversion of the old Mount Olive rescue building on Northwest Center Street into a facility to house the police department are expected this week. Town … more
Wayne Community College is a finalist for a national award that recognizes best practices in community colleges. The college’s Quest Academy has been named a finalist for a Bellwether Award in … more
It has been two years since the town of Mount Olive had a building inspector, but as officials anticipate an incoming spike in development — that could change. “We have someone now who is … more
Home checks of sex offenders in Wayne County have been beefed up under new direction from Deputy Mel Powers. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office teamed up with Wayne County Public Schools’ … more
GARNER – The Governor’s Highway Safety Program is now accepting grant applications for eligible projects that would advance traffic safety in North Carolina. Grant funds are available for … more
“We are chasing every animal out there,” said Mount Olive Town Manager Charles Brown. His comments referred an all out effort by the town to find newly-appropriated disaster funds for several … more
The lives of 10 children this past Christmas were impacted by an outpouring of generosity from local police and a host of volunteers. It all unraveled at the first ever Dec. 20 Shop with a Cop … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 55 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.