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There is a big change in the way the town of Mount Olive is putting its annual budget together. It is now being done by the town’s finance department and not by the town manager. And, Town … more
A delay has crept up in the process of converting the town’s old rescue squad building on Northwest Center Street into Mount Olive’s new police department. The town is waiting for clarification … more
The unique design for the upcoming 34th annual North Carolina Pickle Festival has been unveiled. It reflects a tribute to the town’s 150th anniversary, as well as the role and heritage of … more
The Goldsboro Rotary Club will present the public with an opportunity to honor fallen heroes on the campus on Wayne Community College. Thanks to a partnership with the college, hundreds of United … more
A pickle doughnut? The delectable treat undoubtedly exists, according to an email Julie Beck received from a person in Kentucky who had sampled the unusual delicacy at a festival. The writer … more
PIKEVILLE — Authorities have filed murder charges against a man accused of killing a woman and her unborn child. more
‘Eve and Original Sin’ Sunday Outlaw’s Bridge Universalist Church, 4408 N.C. Highway 111 N., Seven Springs, will host the sermon “Eve and Original Sin” by Rev. Brian Clougherty at 11 … more
Greetings and blessings to you and your family from the Wesley Smith Chapel community. The following events are coming up at local churches: Gospel Light UH Church, 442 E. Hillsboro St., will … more
MONEY TIP FOR STUDENTS A big step to financial security is learning the difference between a need and a want, according to the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority. Students who learn … more
A deluge of rain Thursday created havoc with the town of Mount Olive’s sewer system. The town experienced a sanitary sewer overflow in excess of 390,000 gallons. At 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, the … more
A Dudley man is facing possession charges for drugs and burglary tools after he was stopped in a traffic check conducted by the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office’s Aggressive Criminal Enforcement … more
Residential advisory boards will be organized to serve in advisory capacity on problem housing and beautification issues, and police, public works, and recreation and parks department operations in … more
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