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The projected estimate for current fiscal year sales tax revenue has climbed to $880,684 for the town of Mount Olive, up from the $850,000 the town received from the state last year. Now, … more
Wayne County Sheriff Larry Pierce has announced the kick-off on an anti-litter campaign aimed at ridding the county of roadside trash and bringing about fines to convicted violators. The Stop the … more
Three Dudley men and one Warsaw woman are facing charges after a robbery at a Goldsboro motel turned deadly. The Goldsboro Police Department responded to a call of “shots fired” on June 7 at … more
Mount Olive police are investigating a rash of car break-ins in the West Henderson Street area that have plagued residents over the last week. Police say five complaints have been filed, reporting … more
Town council members and the town manager will meet with officials from Fleet Management Enterprise on Dec. 17 to look at the town’s vehicle replacement needs for next year and review the first … more
Details are sketchy, but investigators with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office have filed charges alleging larceny by an employee against a Mount Olive man. Investigators said they arrested … more
Mount Olive Pickle Co. was applauded by representatives from the North Carolina Department of Transportation, the Eastern Carolina Regional Council and the area’s trucking industry. The praises … more
An early indication of an increase in sales tax revenue for the town of Mount Olive is being eyed with interest by town officials. Town Manager Charles Brown said routine monthly revenue … more
Families were treated to an almost hour-long Christmas parade on Saturday, Dec. 7 in downtown Mount Olive. Watching the second-most entries ever, families were spoiled with candy and entertainment … more
Logan Knowles-Brock, 10 Math. I’m good at math and the other people aren’t as good at it as me. They need more skills. Maddrey Long, 9 Science. Because I like exploring the world and … more
The Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners adopted a 254-page conclusion of a two-year bike and pedestrian study at its June meeting last week. Results of the study clear the way for engineers to … more
It started with an idea to hold a barbecue plate sale to raise funds for local families battling cancer during the holidays in the Calypso area. But then local businesses joined the cause, volunteers … more
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