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Todd Anderson, headmaster of Wayne Country Day School in Goldsboro, resigned on Tuesday, Nov. 19 after a letter from a former student was sent to administrators back in October that ultimately led to … more
RALEIGH — In response to a stark increase in boating-related fatalities in 2018, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission urges all North Carolinians to practice safe habits while on the water this … more
The Bridge church in Mount Olive held its annual fundraiser for its Belize mission team by hosting “Sunday Night Live: Belize” on June 9. The Bridge’s Sunday Night Live is inspired by … more
Acting on a tip from Wayne County residents, deputies say they staked out a secret meeting spot where crooks are rumored to sell stolen goods and found a man with a stolen pressure washer and … more
Students and youth pastors from all over eastern North Carolina gathered at the University of Mount Olive last week to participate in the annual Original Free Will Baptist Youth Convention. More … more
One year ago, a Haitian teenager was homeless, alone and hungry right here in Mount Olive. Eighteen-year-old Chamy Jose was living in an abandoned, dilapidated home with no heat, electricity, … more
Twenty-four-year old Benjamin Tyler Kornegay, of Dudley, and 21-year-old Leah Marie Hauck, of Pikeville, were tracked down and arrested after a resident notified authorities of a gold Tahoe leaving … more
KENANSVILLE — The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting has been awarded to the Duplin County Board of Education by the Government Finance Officers Association of the … more
Mount Olive is set to receive approximately $60,000 in the next state allotment of Powell Bill funds, given to municipalities to help pay for street repairs, and a large portion of that money is … more
The year of 2020 is going to be a challenging one with a lot of work slated to wrap up current projects and take on new ones, officials said. Mount Olive Town Manager Charles Brown said the big … more
Students and teachers in Duplin County School’s Exceptional Children’s Department were honored and praised for their progress in a recent awards ceremony. Cary Powers, special adviser for … more
A Wayne Community College graduate has been awarded the opportunity to work in an Alaskan field research expedition. Matthew Herring of Dudley was presented a Loomer Earthwatch Expedition … more
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