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Mount Olive officials are reviewing changes in festival security measures for next year’s North Carolina Pickle Festival in light of new regulations handed down from the state’s department of … more
Normally there are 70 to 80 residents who are late in paying their monthly water bill, and the current COVID-19 pandemic has shown some impact with delinquent bills. But, Town Manager Charles … more
The Wayne Business and Industry Center’s Small Business Center has scheduled no-cost seminars for aspiring and progressing entrepreneurs this fall. The seminars are: Power Networking – 6-8 … more
Faison Fire & Rescue has received the 2020 NC State Matching Fire Grant for the total amount of $39,877. The department will be responsible for $19,938.50 and the state will match the other … more
With many regular donors delaying giving to take final summer vacations and prepare for school to start, the American Red Cross has an emergency need for blood and platelet donations to help end a … more
Mount Olive Town Manager Charles Brown expects expenses to exceed $10,000 in reopening town hall and other town facilities. Projects to complete before opening will include the installation of … more
A Mount Olive man stopped on a street in Goldsboro Thursday for a traffic violation is accused of driving around with marijuana and being a felon in possession of a weapon. Twenty-six-year-old … more
The Wayne County Health Department reported two more deaths related to COVID-19 last week. Both individuals, including one who resided at a long-term care facility, had underlying medical … more
Turning manure into energy CLINTON — North Carolina’s largest renewable natural gas project will be coming to Duplin and Sampson counties, according to a recent announcement from Dominion … more
Shaw, King family to gather for reunion The annual C.S. Shaw and Jarris Etta Darden King family reunion will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday in the cafeteria at Southern Wayne High School. Those … more
Friends, family, neighbors and fellow firefighters are mourning the loss of one of their own and a well-known farmer who lived in the New Hope community of Wayne County. Donald Gray died last … more
PIKEVILLE — A Charles B. Aycock High School teacher has resigned after being arrested on allegations that he had an inappropriate physical relationship with a student. Ryder Heith Webb, 24, of … more
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