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Francis Marion, UNC Pembroke will become league's newest members for 2021-22 academic year more
Will participate in National Library Week, which runs April 19-25 more
Federal authorities warn of criminals who attempt to steal economic stimulus checks more
Work is underway on the liner replacement project to protect a five-million gallon holding pond at the town of Mount Olive Wastewater Treatment Plant. It is a FEMA Disaster Recovery Project that … more
Town officials locked the doors at Mount Olive Town Hall on March 17 in a state of emergency as they worked to operate during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Mount Olive enters its fifth week … more
Due to the concern of COVID-19, the Wayne County Animal Shelter has implemented an “appointment only” policy for all services. If you are in need of any of the following such as a rabies … more
All Wayne County Public Library locations, including Steele Memorial Library in Mount Olive, closed to the public on March 17, but they continue to offer many services to patrons. Patrons can … more
Investigators with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Department answered a call about gunshots at Brook Terrace Road on March 22. According to the report, “Upon arrival, deputies found one dog … more
Middle school Principals Dr. Damesha Smith and Brian Weeks recently completed the Distinguished Leadership Program (DLP), a yearlong leadership development program for practicing school … more
While the COVID-19 outbreak has forced residents to honor “stay-at-home” orders through April and Gov. Roy Cooper has shuttered the state’s public schools until May 15, education continues in a … more
GOLDSBORO – Families, who lack reliable internet at home, now have additional options for children to complete online assignments and activities as part of remote learning. Wayne County Public … more
The Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution asking the North Carolina Department of Transportation (DOT) to conduct a safety feasibility study at the intersection of … more
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