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A new restaurant opening next month in downtown Mount Olive will be a tremendous asset to the downtown district, officials said. Really it’s “anytime a new business opens in the downtown area, … more
Expressions of outrage from a local attorney, along with pleas for help from Mount Olive Mayor Joe Scott have finally prompted a response from CSX Railroad about horrid railroad crossing conditions … more
Since 2015, Brogden Primary School, Carver Elementary and Mount Olive Middle have spent time on North Carolina’s “low performing” schools list. This year, those schools are off the list. In … more
A 96-hour preparation manual known with local authorities as “the storm bible” has been put in use on a number of occasions a number of times in recent years and is continuously updated and … more
A Dudley man is accused of falsely reporting fires, assaults and a bomb at a Goldsboro hospital. Forty-eight-year-old Michael Carlton Parks of 124 S. Running Deer Circle was identified as the man … more
The Parkinson’s Association of the Carolinas will present a program on Parkinson’s Disease at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 at Rones Chapel Area Community Center. People with Parkinson’s and … more
The town of Mount Olive has a new police officer, but there is something a little different about this new one. He is also an off-duty, in-season Santa Claus. New officer Warren Kennedy is also … more
Reaves reunion Saturday The Reaves family of Duplin and Wayne counties will host its second family reunion at the homestead of the late David and Ann Southerland Reaves from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, … more
The $5.5 million originally promised to shore up issues at the Mount Olive Wastewater Treatment Plant in the still undecided state budget is not the only money earmarked for local agency … more
Days before Hurricane Dorian churned into a category 5 storm and started pummeling the Bahama islands, 40 municipal leaders across Wayne County met for a “lunch and learn” storm preparation … more
Souper Saturday, an event featuring soups, stews and chili will be held on Saturday, Oct. 12 from 4-7:00 p.m. at the Historic Train Depot, 110 W. Main Street, in downtown Mount Olive. Tickets for … more
People planning to volunteer their time in a Community Day of Service cleanup project at Carver Cemetery on Sept. 14 are reminded the hours are from 8 a.m. until noon. Another day-long town-wide … more
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