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University of Mount Olive officials have made some changes to this weekend’s outdoor Homecoming festivities due to the predicted cold and rainy weather. The golf tournament schedule for Friday, November 15, has been canceled. Additionally, Family Fun Day scheduled for 11 AM to 4 PM on Saturday has also been called off. more
On March 21-22, 2020, thousands of living historians from across the country will descend on the Bentonville Battlefield for the 155th Anniversary reenactment of North Carolina’s largest battle. … more
RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Transportation shouldn’t manage its own finances, N.C. Treasurer Dale Folwell says. The transportation department overspent by about $2 billion, and Folwell is … more
Dear Savvy Senior: Because of my mobility problems, I’m thinking about getting a walk-in bathtub that’s easy to get into and out of but could use some help selecting one. What can you tell me … more
Greetings from the Wesley Smith Chapel community. Several events are coming up at local churches: Calling all mothers, sisters and women of God: It’s harvest time at Howell Chapel Church Of … more
Let us come before his presence with thanksgiving, and make a joyful noise unto him with psalms. more
RALEIGH — Marketplace scams affect one in four households each year at an estimated loss to individuals and families of $50 billion, yet most consumers believe they are invulnerable. According to … more
The project to repair and upgrade the town’s ailing wastewater treatment plant was given the green light when the Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners accepted a $5.5 million state grant to … more
A Dudley man has been jailed on a methamphetamine possession charge. Coy Jason Simonsen, 35, of 1201 Arrington Bridge Road, was charged with possession of meth and possession of drug … more
The Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners is set to meet in a special-called session at 9 a.m. on Friday in the conference room of the Historic Train Depot. It is expected to be a closed-doors … more
Two students are facing criminal charges after reportedly threatening to shoot up or blow up two high schools in Wayne County. The threats came a month before Wayne County Public Schools issued a … more
Former Mount Olive Commissioner Kenny Talton is set to become the next mayor of Mount Olive after unofficial vote totals showed he won the seat with 357 votes compared to Mayor Joe Scott’s 237 and … more
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