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Souper Saturday, an event featuring soups, stews and chili will be held on Saturday, Oct. 12 from 4-7:00 p.m. at the Historic Train Depot, 110 W. Main Street, in downtown Mount Olive. Tickets for … more
People planning to volunteer their time in a Community Day of Service cleanup project at Carver Cemetery on Sept. 14 are reminded the hours are from 8 a.m. until noon. Another day-long town-wide … more
Downtown Mount Olive is getting a new restaurant. Carolina Fish Fry Company will open the new eatery on Oct. 15 at the former Valin’s Café site on South Center Street. Valin’s shut down … more
David Cuddeback will become Wayne County’s new EMS and transport director on Sept. 23, according to a recent release from the county. Cuddeback returns home to Wayne County from Wilson County, … more
Mount Olive Mayor Joe Scott says he is not happy with rampant rumors that some town officials are being targeted for employment termination by the town board. Scott’s comments to the Tribune … more
For years, coaches and instructors at Southern Wayne High School say they have played in a gym that is subpar to gyms in the surrounding area and even in their own county. But that is expected to … more
The bidding process to renovate the old Mount Olive Rescue facility on North Center Street to house the town’s police department could be 60 days away. Town Manager Charles Brown said floor … more
Leaders from this newspaper’s publishing company will participate in a yearlong program at the University of North Carolina designed to help news outlets improve their products and remain … more
The Wayne County Public Library has been awarded an $8,000 grant to be used for loanable laptops to serve its Goldsboro location. The Institute of Museum and Library Services, under the provisions of … more
Vandals destroyed a Mount Olive woman’s car while she was vacationing, leaving damages estimated at $4,500. Ashley Monique Stevens of 434 Franklin St. filed the complaint. Stevens told police … more
Wayne County officials recently announced the hiring of Aaron Stryker to the position of emergency management coordinator effective immediately. Stryker is a New Hampshire native and came to Wayne … more
Mount Olive, North Carolina, may soon have a sister city in Mount Olive, New Jersey. Mayor Joe Scott has been working on the project for some time now with the New Jersey town’s mayor. Mayor … more
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