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Make a Difference Food Pantry founder Mackenzie Hinson is one of three contestants vying for a $50,000 General Mills grant to be awarded next month. Mackenzie, 14, founded the local food pantry … more
Mount Olive’s town manager says a bill that would allow North Carolina cities to impose a quarter-cent sales tax could help raise revenue without hurting homeowners. State Rep. Derwin … more
Seven University of Mount Olive students recently traveled to Colorado for the National Association of Landscape Professionals National Collegiate Landscape Competition. They joined other … more
Some people see smoke in the vicinity of N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission game lands and their immediate thoughts go to wildfires. What they’re witnessing is actually one of the most beneficial … more
An out-of-the-blue message may lead to a relationship between Wayne Community College and a Chinese institution. In May 2018, Huang Shizhu, an assistant professor at Heilongjiang Vocation … more
Mount Olive officials are welcoming Jones True Value Hardware to the College Plaza Shopping Center, hailing the new business as an economic spark plug. “This is going to be a big and needed … more
Town operation hours and the schedule for services during the Easter weekend and the following days have been announced. Administrative assistant Sherry Davis said town offices will be closed … more
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved $800,000 in funding to repair Hurricane Florence’s damage to the town of Mount Olive’s wastewater treatment plant. Replacing a liner in the … more
Wilson native and recent University of Mount Olive graduate Sam Martin has been surrounded by music her entire life. Submerged in the sounds of her dad and his siblings’ barbershop quartet, Martin … more
A Mount Olive man was recently jailed on allegations of cashing stolen payroll checks. Serge Junior Mondesir, 23, of 124 Elizabeth St., was charged with two counts of obtaining property by false … more
Even with pouring rain on Friday and high humidity mixed with showers Saturday, the 33rd annual North Carolina Pickle Festival attracted crowds of locals and out-of-towners. Festivities kicked off … more
County facilities to close Friday Wayne County government offices will be closed Friday, April 19 in observance of Good Friday. Offices will reopen on Monday, April 22 for normal business hours. … more
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