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The University of Mount Olive recently awarded the 2019 Dr. Thomas R. Morris Award for Excellence in Teaching to two professors. Tying for the title this year were Assistant Professor of Psychology … more
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
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
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 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
The Mount Olive Parks and Recreation Department has a new intern on board. Lee Sexton, a senior at the University of Mount Olive, who is majoring in sports management, recently joined the … more
Breazeale Avenue is getting a facelift. North Carolina Department of Transportation crews began resurfacing the major north-south thoroughfare through town two weeks ago. The roadway was … more
A Dudley woman was arrested and charged with 18 counts each of felony embezzlement and larceny by an employee. Forty-six-year-old Cynthia Kornegay of 940 Pecan Road is accused of embezzling money … more
Janet F. Rose of Calypso received the 2019 Adjunct Instructor of the Year Award at the University of Mount Olive. An adjunct instructor in UMO’s Department of Education, Rose was recognized for … more
The N.C. State Board of Elections on Monday appointed a Duplin County native as the Board’s executive director, the chief state elections official, effective June 1. Karen Brinson Bell, who … more
The family campground at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park is going through some big changes. Construction of a new bathhouse is currently underway. The previous building has been demolished after … more
Town officials are currently reviewing an idea that would temporarily resolve the need to expand the current fire department facility, according to town manager Charles Brown. “Obviously, Mount … more
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