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Graduating senior Emily Woodward received the distinguished Dr. Thomas R. Morris Award for Academic Excellence at the University of Mount Olive’s December Commencement. The award is presented to … more
KENANSVILLE - Vidant Duplin’s Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit will discontinue operation in August. Debra Hernandez, president of Vidant Duplin, made the announcement in a written statement … more
Miriam Amado-Lopez says she always knew she wanted a job that would help her make a positive difference in the world around her... and she found it with the North Carolina Farm Bureau Insurance in … more
A man identifying himself as Capt. Shawn Harris of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office has attempted to scam people into paying for missing jury duty in several phone calls. The Sheriff’s … more
The proposed 70-unit housing complex on North Breazeale Avenue will not be locating in Mount Olive. The failure of the town’s capabilities to immediately insure water and sewer service for the … more
“We are chasing every animal out there,” said Mount Olive Town Manager Charles Brown. His comments referred an all out effort by the town to find newly-appropriated disaster funds for several … more
Each patient will be allowed one designated screened visitor in most inpatient areas, according to the visitor policy updated last week by Wayne UNC Health Care. Patients under COVID-19 … more
After being in one location for over 60 years, the Seven Springs Volunteer Fire Department finally unveiled its new home Friday. Seven Springs Fire Chief Jeremy Price has been with the department … more
The Scholarship & Awards Committee of North Duplin Junior/Senior High School recently announced that Rose Mary Martinez is the December Student of the Month for the Mount Olive Exchange Club and … more
The lives of 10 children this past Christmas were impacted by an outpouring of generosity from local police and a host of volunteers. It all unraveled at the first ever Dec. 20 Shop with a Cop … more
An inmate transferred into the North Carolina Department of Corrections from the Wayne County Detention Center has tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). He has been in isolation since June … more
Mount Olive elected officials, administrators and community business leaders are in the grips of what could easily be described as a historical wait and see game that has them all on the edge. At … more
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