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RALEIGH — Results from the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s wild turkey harvest summary show this year’s harvest was the second highest ever recorded, with hunters across the state … more
New town cars, purchased under a fleet management program, are already hitting the streets of Mount Olive with more expected in the months to come. The Mount Olive Board of Commissioners approved … more
The winding road that leads into the Mount Olive Municipal Airport is expected to be resurfaced at any time. The road is currently plagued with potholes. The repavement project, which also … more
“Several unsafe movement violations” led to a Goldsboro man being arrested and charged with driving while impaired, possessing marijuana and trafficking drugs on June 8, according to a release … more
A couple from Maine, Bernard and Sharon Antonis, visited a relative in Mount Olive two years ago, fell in love with the town, purchased dilapidated properties on Hillsboro Street, and began what … more
A mystery man, misrepresenting himself as Capt. Ray Brogden of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office and calling folks from what appears to be a sheriff’s office phone number, is offering to … more
Safety concerns of deer and coyotes on the runway have prompted officials to consider adding a mile-long fence along the tarmac at the Mount Olive Airport. The airstrip fence was hailed as a … more
Local mosquito control spraying is currently on hold due to the county-wide spraying program underway. Mount Olive Town Manager Charles Brown said Wayne County received a control-spraying grant … more
The ribbon-cutting for the new Mount Olive EMS No. 9 facility at the intersection of U.S. Highway 117 Alternate and Northeast Church Road will be held at 10 a.m. Friday. The event is set to clear … more
In 2016, Duplin County Schools partnered with East Carolina University and Duplin County health professionals to provide behavioral health, nutrition and acute medical care services through ECU’s … more
RALEIGH – Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler’s annual plea for farmers to prepare for hurricane season is especially poignant this year, in light of Hurricane Florence’s destruction in … more
More than 637,000 gallons of untreated sewage from Mount Olive escaped into the Northeast Cape Fear River over a span of nine hours June 9-10. Mount Olive had a discharge of untreated sewer from … more
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