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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
Sunny-side up A teenager who admitted to tossing an egg that hit a passing motorist in the face will do community service instead of facing a criminal charge. The community service agreement … more
The Wayne County Board of Education named Grantham Elementary assistant principal Bill Joyner the new principal for the school. He will replace Nicole Barrett, who was recently announced as the new … more
More than 637,000 gallons of untreated sewage from Mount Olive escaped into the Northeast Cape Fear River over a span of 9 hours Monday. more
A man and woman from Dudley are facing multiple weapons of mass destruction charges after an investigation into bombs left at the fire department led to their door. Monica Lynn Hunt, 39, and Corey … more
Town of Mount Olive officials say they have found a way to replace a more than 20-year-old pumper truck in the fire department, and the loan on it can be paid off in half the time such efforts have … more
Stalemate vs. Deadline The town of Mount Olive has until Oct. 1 to apply for a nearly $5 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to make desperately-needed improvements to … more
RALEIGH – The online driver license services available on the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles website will be moving into the myNCDMV section of the site, effective the morning of Sunday, Nov. 17. … more
RALEIGH — Sen. Jim Perry, R - Wayne, has recently been appointed to The Justus-Warren Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Task Force by the president pro tempore of the North Carolina Senate, Sen. … more
Mount Olive officials are again reviewing the possibilities of building a downtown farmers market. It would be on the southeast corner of Pollock and South Center streets, and would initially be a … more
Resident James Kornegay in an appearance before the Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners urged the board to consider a resolution he had prepared to fix a dangerous traffic problem on N.C. Highway … more
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