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Mount Olive was chartered as a town on March 1, 1870, and currently Mayor Joe Scott is forming a 10-member commit-tee to plan for the sesquicentennial celebration next year. Sesquicentennial is a … more
The Duplin Rotary recognized Duplin County Schools students as Students of the Month for February at last week’s meeting. Zamir Johnson, Marlena Price and Kendy Rangel, along with guests and Rotary … more
A Faison man has been jailed and charged on drug allegations after he was stopped for a traffic violation in Goldsboro. Jailed was 19-year-old Pablo Lopez-Hernandez of 305 East College … more
Make a Mardi Gras animal mask Come celebrate Mardi Gras at Cliffs of the Neuse, 240 Park Entrance Road, Seven Springs, on March 9 at 2 p.m. Visitors will design their own animal-themed masks and … more
Mount Olive’s 11th annual Black History Month Parade has been rescheduled to this Saturday. It will still take place on Breazeale Avenue at 1 p.m. The move was caused by the rainy and cold … more
Eight wayfinding signs designed to help truckers and others in locating pickle plant oprations, the Mount Olive Industrial Park and the Mount Olive Municipal Airport should be erected by the end of … more
New members of the boards of election in both Wayne and Duplin counties are currently in limbo. Four of the five members to be sworn to office in Wayne County have been sent down from the North … more
A routine traffic stop by Mount Olive Police on the U.S. 117 Bypass near Lee’s Country Club Road resulted in drug charges being filed against a Wilson man. Police also confiscated marijuana, … more
Three people have been charged with selling stolen merchandise to an off-duty Mount Olive Police officer. One of them, a fwoman, was also charged with child abuse involving a 7-month-old … more
The 33rd annual North Carolina Pickle Festival is only seven weeks away, but already co-chair Julie Beck said everything with planning is on schedule. The festival in downtown Mount Olive, a … more
An early morning traffic accident happened just before sunrise Friday on Emmaus Church Road near the intersection of Stanley Chapel Church Road. An almost head-on collision occurred around 5:45 … more
The University of Mount Olive has received a $100,000 grant from the annual Joy W. Pope Memorial Grants in Arts and Human Services distribution from the John William Pope Foundation. The university … more
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