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History and legacy of Carver High School event The Carver Alumni & Friends Association Inc. invites you to join its members in celebrating the History and Legacy of Carver High School. This … more
A big step forward and light at the end of the tunnel are two factors that have surfaced in the Town of Mount Olive’s intensive search to remedy the problems at its ailing wastewater treatment … more
Wayne County has a new State Highway Patrol first sergeant. He is 46-year-old Doug Bowens, 19 year veteran with the patrol. First Sergeant Bowens was transferred here from Granville County. He … more
Work is expected to begin on April 21 to remedy sidewalk flooding on the north side of the 500 and 600 blocks of West John Street. It is an issue that surfaced under commissioner comments at last … more
Newly seated 7th District state Sen. Jim Perry (Rep-Wayne, Lenoir) is already ex-pressing big concerns about health care, particularly in his district and eastern North Carolina. Perry, a retired … more
A Calypso woman has been jailed on several felony theft charges. Arrested by officers with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office was 48-year-old Tradeca Jeffers Campbell of Albritton Street. She … more
Two counterfeit $100 bills have been passed at separate businesses here in the last week, and authorities say there are no suspects at this time. It has been months since the local business … more
Late Monday afternoon Dudley Fire Department along with Wayne County EMS Station 8 Paramedics were dispatched to a traffic accident that involved a motorcycle at the intersection of Old Mount Olive highway and Royal Drive. The driver of the motorcycle was taken to the hospital with non-life-threating injuries... more
A shooting took place last night at 214 Blue Ridge Drive in Dudley where 43-year-old Ronaza Earl Bunn of Dudley was transported to the hospital after multiple gunshot wounds from shooting suspect 20-year-old Nakia Lequan Atkins of Dudley. more
North Duplin alum Rocio Ramirez was honored yesterday by North Duplin staff and FFA members for being awarded the American FFA Degree. Ramirez becomes only the fifth North Duplin alum to receive the American Degree and she becomes the first female in North Duplin history to do so. more
Veteran Wayne County Schools Resources Officer Lt. William Kates has been promoted to the rank of captain in the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office. Kates now heads up the department’s SRO Division … more
Panelists talked about the literary merits of “Educated” by Tara Westover, memoir as a writing style, what it means to be “educated,” and their personal take-aways from the book before a full … more
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