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“Hola!” “Everyone doing OK?” “So glad to see you!” Parents and students received those greetings from the Brogden Middle School staff Thursday and Friday as they picked up … more
The United Way of Wayne County has canceled its Volunteer Appreciation Event set for March 30, in accordance with guidelines from Wayne County and Wayne UNC Health Care. Fill the Theatre set to be … more
The Mount Olive Area Historical Society is postponing its second Historical Glimpses program set for April 17 due to the coronavirus outbreak. “A History of Mount Olive, Part I” was set to be … more
An effort is underway to revive the now dormant Mount Olive Community Development Corp. The organization surfaced about a decade ago through efforts of the late former mayor, Ruff Huggins. Its … more
There is currently a list of approximately 90 residents in the town of Mount Olive with some type of health issue that prevents them from rolling trash pickup carts to the front of their home for … more
The Wayne County Museum is presenting its annual Black History exhibit “History and Homecoming: The Legacy of Dillard High School.” This exhibit will explore the founding of Dillard High … more
The Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners approved items on a light agenda during its monthly meeting. The Board accepted a resolution that asks the state to name the new overpass at U.S. … more
Three people have been arrested in Goldsboro in connection with a human trafficking case. Arrested were 47-year-old Karen Anderson, 76-year-old William Henry Thornton and 48-year-old Jeffrey Leon … more
The annual litter sweep community service project of the Concerned Citizens Committee will be held Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. Participants are asked to meet at Nelson Street Park. The … more
Mount Olive town government continues to operate normally, but until further notice is under lockdown to the public. Town Manager Charles Brown had said offices would be open to the public on … more
The Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners postponed its April 6 meeting in light of the ongoing COVID-19 threat. Town officials are looking at ways to hold the board’s next meeting remotely, … more
Resident contracted COVID-19 in Wake County more
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