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The town of Calypso will hold its second annual Christmas in the Park from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, in Albritton Park. The event will feature the lighting of the park Christmas tree, live … more
An idea to breathe new life into an old arboretum that had fallen into decay, but could now help feed the hungry, could be very close to fruition on the campus of Southern Wayne High … more
Weekly awards for outstanding leadership and play in the youth winter basketball league play have been awarded to a fourth- and a fifth-grader. The Most Valuable Player of the Week Award went to … more
Donovan Long, a 10-year old Carver Elementary student and Mount Olive Hurricanes football player, died on Sept. 21 due to a fatal asthma attack. Long had played his first football game with the … more
Local civic leader Al Southerland has been named grand marshal for the 2019 Mount Olive Christmas Parade. The parade is set for 10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7. Southerland is best known as … more
The Mount Olive Municipal Airport Board of Directors is nearing completion of a 10-year master plan outlining facility improvements over the next decade. The board has been working on the plan for … more
Some may have thought the rain would put a damper on the annual Washington’s Day Fox Hunt in Albertson Saturday — but that wasn’t the case. Members of the Albertson Fire Department and the … more
The low bid of $16,000 for the vacant lot on Center Street beside the Mount Olive Area Chamber of Commerce is expected to be accepted and approved by the Mount Olive Town Board at its Oct. 7 … more
RALEIGH – Pecan pie lovers can celebrate. The North Carolina pecan growers have a good crop ahead of the holidays despite a relatively dry summer and damages sustained during last year’s … more
The Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners will meet in a special called session at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 11 in the conference room at town hall to approve a bid for work at the wastewater … more
If you were in the Media Center at Beulaville Elementary School on Jan. 25, you may have thought you were at Vidant Duplin Hospital. Students in kindergarten and first grade were appropriately … more
Think Babies forum planned for today Partnership of Children for Wayne County will host a Think Babies forum from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2 in Wayne Community College’s Auditorium, 3000 … more
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