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“We have jets parked as far as you can see,” said Mount Olive Town Manager Charles Brown when asked about the flurry of activity at the local airport. He explained that the local airport’s … more
Mount Olive is following the steps of Wayne County Sheriff Larry Pierce in the get rid of litter campaign. Town Manager Charles Brown has asked the mayor and town board to review the town’s … more
The N.C. State Board of Elections on Monday appointed a Duplin County native as the Board’s executive director, the chief state elections official, effective June 1. Karen Brinson Bell, who … more
The new fiscal year budget for the town of Mount Olive is now in place and water customers will see an increase in monthly bills after July 1. The $7.2 million document was unanimously approved by … more
A Dudley teen is facing two counts of statuatory rape and two allegations of taking indecent liberties with a juvenile. Genaro Manuel Morales Barrios, 19, of 406 Hazelwood Drive was being held at … more
Ethan Whitfield, 6 “Carrots because they’re my favorite and I like to dip them in my ranch.” Ethan Kornegay, 6 “Pizza because it’s my favorite and it’s never not … more
Wayne Community College will bring a Tar Heel spin to science on April 13. The college’s Homegrown Science in N.C. event will allow the whole family to participate in short experiments and view … more
The family campground at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park is going through some big changes. Construction of a new bathhouse is currently underway. The previous building has been demolished after … more
Nicholas “Nic” Oats of Mount Olive has heard the adage “leave the world better than how you found it,” but for him, those aren’t just words — it’s a life motto. The WeUp Athletic Group … more
The town of Mount Olive plans to replace another 10 vehicles with new ones set to roll in for fiscal year 2020-21. It will be the second round of vehicle replacements being handled by Fleet … more
Wayne Community College has rededicated its Hope Monument and revealed a redesigned grid of new tribute bricks. In welcoming those attending the ceremony, WCC President Thomas A. Walker said, “I … more
Wayne County Public Schools will hold its Kindergarten Registration Day on Thursday, April 18 at all 14 elementary schools. Registration will run from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.. “Our schools look … more
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