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A Mount Olive man and a Grantham woman have been arrested on a weapon charge by investigators with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office. Twenty-three-year-old Jamal Tyjuan Pearsall of 310 Beems … more
The first of six informational meetings about school projects and the proposed one-quarter of a cent sales and use tax in Wayne County is scheduled for Jan. 23 at Charles B. Aycock High … more
A contract with a Fuquay-Varina firm to provide uniforms for a number of town employees is not being renewed and the change is expected to save Mount Olive about $70,000 annually. Town Manager … more
Do you cook and have a golden spoon? Commissioned Hearts of Rosewood Baptist Church has planned a Soup and Chili Cook-Off on Feb. 2. The tasting begins at noon in the Braswell Hall area at the … more
Daniel Remus Dunn of Mount Olive is a new junior member of the American Angus Association, reports Mark McCully, CEO of the national organization with headquarters in Saint Joseph, … more
The Mount Olive Board of Commissioners and mayor will kick off the new year with a full plate of business. Scheduled in January is a regular monthly meeting, a special session a few days later, … more
The following local students have been named to the dean’s list at Pensacola Christian College. Crystal Rangel of Calypso and Kendy Rangel of Calypso were named to the list for academic … more
Wayne Community College has graduated its 74th Basic Law Enforcement Training class. The 12 cadets who completed the college’s academy received certificates to work as sworn law enforcement … more
It has been a year of major accomplishments for the town of Mount Olive, according to Town Manager Charles Brown, who looks to the year ahead with optimism. He noted some of the year’s … more
An application from the town of Mount Olive to state authorities seeking a Special Order of Consent for additional sewer service was submitted to authorities last week. The application asks State … more
The town of Mount Olive continues to move toward its goal of replacing all of its vehicles with new ones. In its monthly session in July, the town board declared 11 of its older vehicles as … more
RALEIGH — Three students from Wayne County have been awarded scholarships for the current academic year. The scholarships were distributed by the Independent College fund of North Carolina, a … more
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