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North Carolina Lt. Gov. Dan Forest made a stop in Mount Olive in a tour of departments Sept. 11 to pay tribute to first responders across the state. Forest made Mount Olive the third stop in his … more
Sheriff’s deputies have charged a Wayne County man with sexually abusing a 6-year-old girl. Benito Miranda Yanez Jr., 27, of Atlas Price Road east of Mount Olive, was arrested last week … more
The Mount Olive Police Department will be sporting new sidearm weapons within 90 days. Town commissioners, last week, approved Mount Olive Police Chief Tommy Brown’s request to declare the … more
Officers discovered an inmate missing during an inmate count around lunchtime Friday at the Wayne County Detention Center. The inmate, 25-year-old Victor Ramon Castro, was working as a trustee when … more
A public hearing on safety issues at Bert Martin Road and N.C. Highway 55 will be held before the Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners at its regularly scheduled meeting on Oct. 7. The town … more
Mount Olive’s new housing authority director Al Butts was publicly introduced at a recent monthly meeting of the town board of commissioners. Butts replaces former authority director Eddie … more
A study to determine detailed specifications and the expense to convert the old rescue facility into a new headquarters for the Mount Olive Police Department should be completed sometime within the … more
RALEIGH — Marketplace scams affect one in four households each year at an estimated loss to individuals and families of $50 billion, yet most consumers believe they are invulnerable. According to … more
The project to repair and upgrade the town’s ailing wastewater treatment plant was given the green light when the Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners accepted a $5.5 million state grant to … more
A Dudley man has been jailed on a methamphetamine possession charge. Coy Jason Simonsen, 35, of 1201 Arrington Bridge Road, was charged with possession of meth and possession of drug … more
RALEIGH — Buying your first car can be exciting, but students who are first-time buyers may not be aware of scammers causing roadblocks and detours. From selling stolen cars to odometer rollback … more
The Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners is set to meet in a special-called session at 9 a.m. on Friday in the conference room of the Historic Train Depot. It is expected to be a closed-doors … more
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