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Two men from Goldsboro and one from New Bern are facing voter fraud charges after police say they used fake addresses to cast ballots in the May 2018 primary election. Thirty-one-year-old Terrell … more
Three Dudley men and one Warsaw woman are facing charges after a robbery at a Goldsboro motel turned deadly. The Goldsboro Police Department responded to a call of “shots fired” on June 7 at … more
Mount Olive Pickle Co. was applauded by representatives from the North Carolina Department of Transportation, the Eastern Carolina Regional Council and the area’s trucking industry. The praises … more
The Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners adopted a 254-page conclusion of a two-year bike and pedestrian study at its June meeting last week. Results of the study clear the way for engineers to … more
A Mount Olive area man is facing a slew of charges, including two counts of drug trafficking, after leading officers on a high-speed chase with his motorcycle, according to police. Deputies with … more
The Bridge church in Mount Olive held its annual fundraiser for its Belize mission team by hosting “Sunday Night Live: Belize” on June 9. The Bridge’s Sunday Night Live is inspired by … more
One year ago, a Haitian teenager was homeless, alone and hungry right here in Mount Olive. Eighteen-year-old Chamy Jose was living in an abandoned, dilapidated home with no heat, electricity, … more
Mount Olive is set to receive approximately $60,000 in the next state allotment of Powell Bill funds, given to municipalities to help pay for street repairs, and a large portion of that money is … more
A Wayne Community College graduate has been awarded the opportunity to work in an Alaskan field research expedition. Matthew Herring of Dudley was presented a Loomer Earthwatch Expedition … more
Eight seniors have been awarded scholarships that will likely fully fund each of their college educations. Itzel Montes-Ruiz, a graduate of Duplin Early College High School, along with Manuel … more
For as long as he can remember, University of Mount Olive student James Johnson has been involved in agriculture. During his adolescence, Johnson helped his family grow blackberries, grapes and a … more
An in-depth water/wastewater asset inventory funded through a state grant is nearing completion for the town of Mount Olive. The inventory is expected to be in place and functional in about two … more
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