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Mount Olive Municipal Airport engineers are currently designing the specifics for a north and south parallel taxiway project that is on the facility’s priority list. Right now, pilots landing at … more
A 25-year-old man is facing drugs and gun charges after a probation-related search of his Mount Olive home. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office’s Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team assisted … more
No public fireworks displays are planned this Fourth of July in Mount Olive, but the town will still celebrate Independence Day with free food and entertainment at Westbrook Park. The Exchange … more
Mount Olive will be the only town in North Carolina to host Potter Baseball July 26-29, but officials need the public’s help to make the experience a good one for the young players. The Mount … more
WILMINGTON — To help address the current emergency blood shortage, all who come to give blood or platelets with the American Red Cross through Aug. 29 will receive a $5 Amazon.com gift card via … 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
Mount Olive Mayor Joe Scott has named a seven member committee to plan details for next year’s sesquicentennial celebration marking the town’s 150th birthday. Named to the committee to serve … more
The tuition surcharge bill, which originated in the ’90s and penalized students who overstayed their welcomes in college, has been repealed in a new bill sponsored by Sen. Jim Perry (R-Lenior, … more
Thirteen entries contended for the title of best peach dessert in a contest at the Farm Credit Farmers Market in Wayne County July 19. The first place winner of the contest was Gavin Birkin of … 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
Hurricanes Irene, Matthew and Florence have devastated local areas in recent years, but the storms also left lessons to be learned. “Unfortunately, we have had too much practice in dealing with … more
This week, Wayne County Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Michael J. Dunsmore, shared a nearly 3-minute message through the district’s automated notification system asking parents for their help … more
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