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Greetings and happy New Year from yours truly and the Wesley Smith Chapel Community. Happy special birthday to trustee Larry Ward on Jan. 16, trustee Linda Moore on Jan. 21, and trustee Bennie Ward … more
Power enrichment classes Saturday Deeper Life Church Ministries, 900 Eleventh St., Goldsboro, will host its first power enrichment classes for 2020 at 9 a.m. Saturday. The church will hold … more
A Dudley man has been jailed on terror assault charges, according to the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office. The charges were lodged against 39-year-old Timothy Shawn Daniels of 231 McCullen … more
The town of Mount Olive has to pay for landscaping work that is done in the U.S. Highway 117 Bypass and N.C. Highway 55 interchange area and local signs in that area will most likely be affected as … more
Entry forms are now available for the 15th annual Black History Parade in Mount Olive set for Feb. 29 at 1 p.m. The deadline for entry forms is Wednesday, Jan. 15. Grand marshal for the parade … more
GOLDSBORO - A five-year plan to complete 40 school projects in Wayne County can begin if voters approve a quarter-cent sales and use tax referendum added to the March 3 primary election ballot. In … more
Town officials are eyeing with interest the recent announcement from the state that $160 million is being made available in disaster recovery funds. Mount Olive Town Commissioner Steve Wiggins … more
Ongoing complaints about trash service are a daily issue at the town manager’s office, and now those complaints are reaching the ears of the town board of commissioners and mayor. Former Town … more
Pollinators account for one-third of the food on your table. Join in a class to learn about honeybees and how you can keep bees and help them thrive. Classes will be held Saturday, Jan. 18, from 8 … more
Who’s watching? The Mount Olive Police Department was the first law enforcement agency in the county to install surveillance cameras around town as a tool to combat crime. Now, it may be the … more
The Mount Olive Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution endorsing the proposed quarter-cent sales tax issue that will be on the ballot during the March 3 primary election of local … more
RALEIGH – The N.C. Department of Transportation is again bringing together art and aviation, as the agency hosts the 2019 North Carolina Aviation Art Contest. This year’s theme is “Flying … more
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