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The University of Mount Olive’s Homegrown Teacher Academy is for students that grew up in Duplin County and plan to return there after graduation to make an impact on the next generation of … more
A liner at the town’s wastewater treatment plant has been replaced and is back in operation. Destroyed by Hurricane Matthew, the 5-million gallon storage lagoon is being filled again as … more
Senator Jim Perry of Kinston has been selected as the highest-ranked freshman senator in the North Carolina legislature by the NC Free Enterprise Foundation.Perry represents Lenoir and Wayne … more
GOLDSBORO — To help keep its school communities informed, Wayne County Public Schools (WCPS) is launching a daily dashboard which will reflect which schools and/or district support area sites … more
The town’s beautification committee is reviewing a site on East James Street for a local farmers’ market. Original plans called for constructing a year-round market with shelter, … more
Linda Tyson, interim Mount Olive Police Chief, has withdrawn her application to take over as chief. A 27-year veteran of law enforcement, Tyson said she plans to retire sometime over the next … more
A budget scandal which led to Superintendent Michael Dunsmore’s resignation and ongoing issues surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic has left the Wayne County Board of Education in disarray this … more
Greetings from the Wesley Smith Chapel Community! It’s election time and I pray that everyone is voting or and has voted. If you are elderly and you need a safe way to the poll, please call … more
Fall is a great time to plant trees and shrubs in your garden, however, it is important to properly plant them so they will be healthy for many years. Spring is when we often think about planting … more
Facility plans to continue virus testing Thursday more
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