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Plans to stop falling debris from the top of the old two-story Center Street theater have currently eased concerns from the Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners. Condemnation proceedings had … more
Duplin Rotary recognized Duplin County Schools students as Students of the Month for March at last week’s meeting. Also recognized were Students of the Month for January and February from Duplin … more
Late Tuesday afternoon Mount Olive firefighters were dispatched to a trash fire that endangered a structure at 150 Barwick Road. As the first fire unit arrived on the scene they found several … more
A number of flooding complaint issues filed by a local Concerned Citizens Committee with the Goldsboro/Wayne chapter of the NAACP against the Town of Mount Olive have apparently been ironed out after … more
History and legacy of Carver High School event The Carver Alumni & Friends Association Inc. invites you to join its members in celebrating the History and Legacy of Carver High School. This … more
A big step forward and light at the end of the tunnel are two factors that have surfaced in the Town of Mount Olive’s intensive search to remedy the problems at its ailing wastewater treatment … more
Wayne County has a new State Highway Patrol first sergeant. He is 46-year-old Doug Bowens, 19 year veteran with the patrol. First Sergeant Bowens was transferred here from Granville County. He … more
Work is expected to begin on April 21 to remedy sidewalk flooding on the north side of the 500 and 600 blocks of West John Street. It is an issue that surfaced under commissioner comments at last … more
Newly seated 7th District state Sen. Jim Perry (Rep-Wayne, Lenoir) is already ex-pressing big concerns about health care, particularly in his district and eastern North Carolina. Perry, a retired … more
A Calypso woman has been jailed on several felony theft charges. Arrested by officers with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office was 48-year-old Tradeca Jeffers Campbell of Albritton Street. She … more
Two counterfeit $100 bills have been passed at separate businesses here in the last week, and authorities say there are no suspects at this time. It has been months since the local business … more
Seniors Felecity Havens and Jamaal Matin along with junior Jada Bacchus and freshman Michael Brown were acknowledged by Conference Carolinas for their work on the hardwood this season. more
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