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A longtime friend and benefactor of the University of Mount Olive, Dr. Thomas R. Morris has given a $1 million gift to the school. Morris told the university his contribution is inspired by his … more
Nine structures scheduled for demolition have received a short reprieve from the town’s board of commissioners. Time is running out, however. The board declared properties as public … more
The annual Mount Olive Christmas Open House Celebration is 6-8 P.M. Dec. 4 in downtown Mount Olive. All activities will take place along Center Street. COVID-19 has changed this year’s … more
Mount Olive police have questioned one suspect, but issued no charges after they recovered stolen vehicles found at three different South Center Street addresses. Officers retrieved a 2007 … more
The Wayne County Public Library, in partnership with the Wayne County Arts Council, launched a new program called “Art Smart” on Nov. 1. In an effort to support families during the … more
Local officials and the US Department of Agriculture are working together on a grant to fund construction for the town’s new $5 million fire department. Interim Town Manager Jammie Royall … more
Low bids have been submitted for a multi-million dollar improvement project at the Mount Olive Wastewater Treatment Plant. Jammie Royall, interim town manager, said town-employed engineers are … more
CALYPSO — North Duplin students Seth Albright and Abdiel Eli Aguirre have been named the Mount Olive Exchange Club Students-of-the-Month for October and November, respectively. Albright is … more
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The board of advisors of the Duplin County Community Foundation recently awarded $2,500 in local grants to assist people and families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Grants awarded … more
“Press forward for the future” has been part of Tommy Sanders’ platform since he began his quest for the at-large seat on the Wayne County Board of Education last March. He … more
GOLDSBORO ­— Food will be distributed at the Wayne County Regional Fairgrounds instead of The Maxwell Center starting Monday, Nov. 16. During the COVID-19 pandemic, many nonprofit … more
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