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The 71st annual Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair is set to treat fair goers this year from Thursday through Oct. 5. The traditional week of gala activities this year is being promoted as “the 10 … more
ATLANTA – The U.S. Small Business Administration announced that certain private nonprofit organizations in North Carolina that do not provide critical services of a governmental nature may be … more
Mount Olive authorities applied and received approval for COVID-19 reimbursement expenses, and a request for additional funding is in the process. The town got $4,000 to cover expenses for … more
The University of Mount Olive recently held its third annual All-Star Choir Festival for surrounding high school and home school students. More than 180 people participated in the day-long event … more
New service weapons have been issued to the 16 members of the Mount Olive Police Department and all officers have been re-qualified for their use. The new sidearms are 9mm Glocks. They replace the … more
The United Way of Wayne County awarded 16 grants to 11 local agencies to support education, financial stability, health and wellness and basic needs in the community. A result of a successful … more
Dear Savvy Senior: What are the early warning signs of Parkinson’s disease? I was just diagnosed with it after noticing hand tremors for nearly a year, but looking back, I’m wondering if I missed … more
A number of town employees, particularly department heads and emergency personnel, will participate in an online webinar provided by the School of Government in Chapel Hill that is aimed at smoothing … more
While limited contact with the public is now in operation to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Mount Olive officials say they do not anticipate any disruption in trash pickup. Town Manager Charles … more
Wayne County, including Mount Olive, has been under an official state of emergency for nearly two weeks. Town Manager Charles Brown said that status is somewhat misleading to the general public, … more
Work is underway on the liner replacement project to protect a five-million gallon holding pond at the town of Mount Olive Wastewater Treatment Plant. It is a FEMA Disaster Recovery Project that … more
A Dudley man is accused of falsely reporting fires, assaults, and a bomb at a Goldsboro hospital. more
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