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Ninety-five University of Mount Olive students in various athletic programs participated in the second annual townwide litter sweep held on Oct. 5. The sweep was a partnership project of the … more
Pearlous Bryant, 10 ‘“Spider-man.” Summer Rinehart, 10 “Wonder Woman. I like how she fights and dresses.” Melvin Juarez, 9 “Superman. He can fly.” Mickah Darden, … more
Iyanah Southerland “I would go to Australia because I would like to see the animals. Their zoo seems really interesting and they have a really nice symphony and I would like to go see … more
More than 200 graduates from across the world were celebrated on Saturday, for the 2019 University of Mount Olive spring commencement ceremony held in Kornegay Arena. Earl W. Worley Jr. served as … more
Mount Olive officials continue efforts to sell the vacant lot located beside the chamber of commerce office on Center Street. A few months ago the town board approved its sale as surplus property, … more
The first of October was the deadline for the town of Mount Olive to seek U.S. Department of Agriculture funding to remedy more than $5 million in needed work at its ailing wastewater treatment … more
RALEIGH — The 2019 session of the N.C. General Assembly began Jan. 9, both in the House and the Senate. The session ended on Halloween, which was Thursday, Oct. 31. Lawmakers left without a budget, … more
The Mount Olive Fire Department’s level four rating is at the top of the scale with other volunteer departments in the county and that rating dramatcally impacts both commercial and residential … more
Duplin County Schools, along with school systems across the nation joined with the School Social Work Association of America (SSWAA) to celebrate National School Social Work Week March 4-8. DCS … more
The University of Mount Olive’s Agricultural department hosted it’s fifth annual AgFest where 1,300 students from 64 different counties in North Carolina got to experience learning about the UMO … more
Mount Olive Mayor Joe Scott has been appointed to the Wayne Action Group for Economic Solvency (WAGES) Board of Directors. Scott, who has been a strong supporter of the county-wide enhancement … more
Ten-year-old Gavin Birkin of Mount Olive took top honors in the Watermelon Recipe Contest with his watermelon lemonade punch at the Farm Credit Farmers Market in Goldsboro on July 26. Steve Hawley … more
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