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Four new speeding signs with video capability have been purchased and are expected to be in operation within days. The cost of the new radar speed detection signs is approximately $20,000. The … more
RALEIGH – A Duplin County man was sentenced to 35 years in federal prison for picking up shipments of cocaine mailed to a home in Wallace for distribution in Eastern North Carolina in 2016 and … more
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office and the State Highway Patrol have teamed up to offer a unified message to drivers in southeastern Wayne County: “Drive safely and obey the rules of the road.” … more
Details for the kickoff of the upcoming Mount Olive sesquicentennial celebration are expected to be finalized at an Oct. 16 meeting of the celebration committee. The meeting will be held in the … more
Mount Olive Police continue a probe into a shooting that occurred several weeks ago at a local convenient mart that left a man hospitalized and property damage to vehicles hit by … more
Ten-year-old Donovan Long had played his first and only football game with the Mount Olive Hurricanes on Sept. 21 when he died of an asthma attack hours later. The sudden loss ripped a hole in the … more
Johnston County District Attorney Susan Doyle has dropped all charges against four men connected to the Thanksgiving night disappearance of Christopher “Cole” Thomas in 2016. As the search for … more
Greetings from the Wesley Smith Chapel community! Several events are coming up at churches throughout the area: A revival service will be held at Last Day Outreach Ministry in Rose Hill at 7:30 … more
‘Lifetime Faith Development’ Sunday Outlaw’s Bridge Universalist Church, 4408 N.C. Highway 111 N., Seven Springs, will host a “Lifetime Faith Development” by Rev. Claudia M. Frost at 11 … more
The annual fundraiser for the Calypso Fire Department is set for Saturday, Oct. 5. Officials say proceeds from this year’s fundraiser will go primarily to help reduce the debt incurred by the … more
Five “headed to the junk yard” police vehicles were declared surplus by the Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners at its meeting Sept. 9. The five vehicles declared surplus were … more
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