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Construction on the new Southern Wayne High School gym is set to be complete by late October 2020, according to Wayne County Public Schools officials, who gathered at the site Tuesday afternoon for … more
With locally grown collards now being harvested, the Farm Credit Farmers Market recently held a collard recipe contest to celebrate the collard season. The first place winner of the contest was … more
Aaron Cox 8 “Stephen Curry. How he plays basketball.” Gage Sheets 7 “How a boy could solve math problems going through first and second grades.” Kimberly Contreras 10 “My … more
RALEIGH — The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will accept entries to its 15th annual Wildlife in North Carolina Photo Competition until 5 p.m., Sept. 1. Entries can be submitted at … more
Cecelia Hoffler thought she had her life planned out; a degree from UNC-Chapel Hill, a career in psychology, and one day becoming a wife and mother.  However, as the saying goes, “things seldom turn out the way you plan them.”  That was certainly true for Hoffler.   more
Preliminary plans for converting the old rescue squad building on North Center Street for use as a police department have been drawn and officials say they are putting together detailed … more
Mount Olive’s newly-elected Mayor Kenny Talton was sworn into office and seated with emotional moments at the Dec. 2 meeting of the town board, and it was all witnessed by an overflowing crowd at … more
Smithfield Hog Production Division General Manager Dexter Edwards made a donation to area traditional high schools at the Duplin County Board of Education meeting Feb. 5. “I am proud to say … more
One thousand, four hundred Future Farmers of America students and advisers from 65 schools across the eastern part of the state attended the University of Mount Olive’s sixth annual AgFest Sept. … more
When the town of Mount Olive switched the way it purchases vehicles nearly a year ago the idea was to realize a big savings over a period of time. But town leaders say the numbers already reflect … more
The 20th annual New Year’s Eve Pickle Drop will see a significant change this December – but only for one year. Because of a major construction project going on at the corner of Cucumber and … more
ALS support group to meet The monthly meeting of the Greenville ALS Connection Group, a support group for persons with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), their families and caregivers (for Lou … more
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