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Southern Wayne falls to Bears, while Spring Creek starts basketball season more
Neuse Charter escapes with 61-60 win more
With the start of the New Year, many of us have New Year resolutions such as getting healthy, lose weight, reduce stress or start a new hobby. Gardening can be a way to accomplish many of these … more
A failure to appear warrant led to additional charges for a Goldsboro man. While authorities booked 34-year-old James Thomas Goodman, Jr., into the Wayne County Jail, deputies say he attempted to … more
Town officials continue to search for a suitable site to build a farmer’s market to serve local residents. Jammie Royall, town manager, said an ideal location would be along James … more
Jammie Royall, town manager for Mount Olive, says the search for a finance officer is underway. The position becomes available Feb. 1 when current finance officer/town clerk Kay Anderson … more
Mount Olive residents coped and adapted in 2020. Mayor Ken Talton said the town carries a heavy plate into the new year. “I have faith that God has a plan to move the town through the … more
The town of Mount Olive is facing a $2 million shortfall to complete projects at its ailing wastewater treatment plant. The state allocated $5.5 million in funds to update and repair the … more
Wayne Community College has recognized its top employees for 2020 — Maria Abalo-Zarate, Angelia Warner, Debra Curl and Greg Villareal. The English language acquisition coordinator, … more
Wayne County residents aged 75 and older are eligible to register more
North Duplin completes regular-season volleyball sweep of Union more
Heavy rainfall within a two-hour period caused a sewage spill at the Mount Olive Wastewater Treatment Plant on Dec. 24. According to the report, a total of 33,000 gallons of untreated waste … more
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