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The Southern Wayne High School Class of 1994 will celebrate its 25th class reunion May 17-18. Classmates will gather for a meet and greet from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 17, at R&R Brewing, 541 … 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
When Jonathan Smith of Beulaville came to the University of Mount Olive (UMO) in the fall of 2015, he was unsure of where his educational journey would take him. “I grew up in a small town where … more
Associate Professor of Education Dr. Harold Griffin is the recipient of the University of Mount Olive’s 2019 Academic Resource Center’s Faculty Partner of the Year honor. The award is given to … 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
Sylvia is a black and white tuxie and is a domestic short hair, spayed female cat with cute black smudges on her nose and lip. The $65 adoption fee includes FVRCP vaccine, rabies vaccine, microchip … more
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is seeking help from the public to locate three people who have been added to its wanted list. Officers are looking for 34-year-old John Henry Bell, 33-year-old … 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
The Mount Olive Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Enviva Pellet Sampson. Enviva opened three years ago to meet the growing need to connect biomass sources to energy consumers. … more
Wayne Community College will begin its summer work schedule next week. The college offices will be fully staffed from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and closed on Fridays from Monday, … more
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