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Dear Rusty: I am 67 and still working full time but plan to retire after June of next year. Because of my income I have not been drawing my Social Security benefits; however, my income will not be a … more
The University of Mount Olive will hold its fall commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 14, at 10:30 a.m. in Kornegay Arena. The commencement speaker will be the Rev. Ronnie V. Hobgood. Hobgood, … more
Mount Olive resident and veteran educator Tammy Keel has been named new principal of Eastern Wayne Middle School. Keel, a former principal at Mount Olive Middle School, replaces Dexter Evans, who … more
The Mount Olive Municipal Airport Board of Directors is nearing completion of a 10-year master plan outlining facility improvements over the next decade. The board has been working on the plan for … more
The Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners will meet in a special called session at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 11 in the conference room at town hall to approve a bid for work at the wastewater … more
With locally grown collards now being harvested, the Farm Credit Farmers Market recently held a collard recipe contest to celebrate the collard season. The first place winner of the contest was … more
The 20th annual New Year’s Eve Pickle Drop will see a significant change this December – but only for one year. Because of a major construction project going on at the corner of Cucumber and … more
A Dudley couple is behind bars after deputies say they found them drunk and disorderly in a parking lot at a Mar-Mac Dollar General with an infant in the back seat of their car. Deputies responded … more
The opening of the new seafood and barbecue restaurant in downtown Mount Olive is being met with positive comments from customers early on. Town manager Charles Brown said he and six others ate … more
The projected estimate for current fiscal year sales tax revenue has climbed to $880,684 for the town of Mount Olive, up from the $850,000 the town received from the state last year. Now, … more
Town council members and the town manager will meet with officials from Fleet Management Enterprise on Dec. 17 to look at the town’s vehicle replacement needs for next year and review the first … more
The unsigned ballots in the selection of a mayor pro tem at last week’s meeting of the Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners violated the North Carolina open meetings law. Amanda Martin with … more
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