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The Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners, last week, eased through a relatively light agenda of business before going behind closed doors to discuss a personnel issue. The board approved two … more
The University of Mount Olive’s Theatre will bring to life “Our Town,” a Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning drama written by Thornton Wilder. The curtain rises on Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. in … more
On Feb. 6, the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office located Xzavier Pearsall. Mr. Pearsall was found deceased inside his motor vehicle in a heavy wooded area in the 300 block of Stanley Chapel Church … more
The Carver High School Class of 1970 is holding a reunion Feb. 13 in the JD Evans Conference Room at Steele Memorial Library. The reunion begins at 6:15 p.m. For more information, contact … more
Four new electronic speed limit signs that show an oncoming vehicle’s speed and also have the ability to take a photo of that vehicle’s license tag may be operational within two weeks. “We … more
Concerned Citizens Committee President Robert King is urging public involvement with the group he founded. The group was formed six years ago in 2014. Its objective, then, was to address and … more
A Raleigh woman, wanted on probation violations, was arrested with drugs at a Dudley home Saturday, according to deputies with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office. Brigette Nicole Skiba, 34, of … more
Mount Olive Area Chamber of Commerce President Julie Beck put the Pickle Capital on the map again ­— working at the Super Bowl in Miami, Florida. And, this time, a family member joined Beck in … more
The need for blood is constant. The University of Mount Olive, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, urgently seeks donors of all blood types to donate either blood or platelets. The … more
The Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a motion to ask the N.C. Department of Transportation to look at lowering speed limits on a stretch of N.C. Highway 55. A … more
GOLDSBORO – Wayne County Public Schools recently announced that 15 teachers and counselors have earned a National Board Certification for the first time or renewed their National Board … more
EYE IN THE SKY Survey crews are using a drone to map improvements underway at the Mount Olive Wastewater Treatment Plant. One of the improvements is a $650,000 project to replace a lagoon liner … more
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