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WTSB owner and broadcasting fixture Carl Lamm has announced his retirement. On March 29 he will close out a 72-year career that began in Rocky Mount. His retirement will also mark the end of the … more
North Carolina Pickle Festival 33 is set for the weekend of April 12 and 13, and live music entertainment runs the gamut of taste. It is all set to kick off on Saturday (April 13) morning at 9:10 … more
Fidelity Bank announced that Lisa Hildebrand has joined its team as assistant vice president and business solutions officer. In her new position, Mrs. Hildebrand is responsible for analyzing the … more
Richard Perez “Black History Month is important because it was the month where segregation was over and it was when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his famous “I Have A Dream … more
Completion of a current as-sets and inventory assessment study that has been going on for the last year and a half is ex-pected to be completed for the Town of Mount Olive within 90 days. The … more
The University of Mount Olive Department of English has released the spring edition of its online literary magazine, The Olive Press. This edition contains poems, flash, essays, and short stories. … more
Azul means ‘blue’ in Spanish. He has one blue eye and one brown eye. We don’t want to label this handsome boy because he has traits of different breeds. He’s an all-around great dog. He’s … more
North Duplin Jr./Sr. High School won Duplin County School’s annual Middle School Battle of the Books Competition last week. B.F. Grady Elementary School placed second and Wallace Elementary … more
A physician’s recruitment grant from the Waylin Area Foundation has been awarded to Mount Olive native Meghan Slaughter Brown. The $24,000 grant is payable over the next four years to the new Mount … more
Wayne Community College will start a Spanish Medical Interpreters program in May. The 12-week program will train students fluent in English and Spanish to become Spanish Medical Interpreters. … more
Learn about native plants, pollinator conservation Program set on conservation The Sandhills Natural History Society will meet March 25 at 7 p.m. at Weymouth Woods Auditorium, 1024 Fort Bragg … 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
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