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Celebrating the new year is still a big dill in Mount Olive. Though residents didn’t gather at the corner of Cucumber and Vine to ring in 2021 on a rainy and misty Thursday evening, they … more
Heavy rainfall within a two-hour period caused a sewage spill at the Mount Olive Wastewater Treatment Plant on Dec. 24. According to the report, a total of 33,000 gallons of untreated waste … more
With increasing COVID-19 cases on the local level, the Duplin County Board of Education elected to begin the second semester in Plan C — full remote learning.Online instruction begins Wednesday … more
Virtual celebration begins at 6:30 p.m. more
As the holiday season is now behind us, many of us gardeners begin to dream of warm spring days when we can spend more time in our gardens. Take advantage of January to plan and ... more
A North Carolina Cares Relief Grant has enabled Wayne County Museum to launch new virtual exhibit tours and “living library” history interviews on its YouTube channel and website. The … more
A new year brings challenges. However, a list of current and pending projects from 2020 remain unfinished in Mount Olive. Completion of the town’s $5.5 million wastewater treatment plant … more
Three Wayne County Public Schools will have new principals in 2021. Winter Goodson, assistant principal at Carver Heights Elementary, has been promoted to principal. She replaces Dr. Patrice … more
Each year, United Way of Wayne County tries to make sure that its most vulnerable communities have access to basic needs, education, health and wellness and financial stability. In the midst of a … more
Beautancus native Melissa Smith is a freshman at the University of Mount Olive and one of 12 students enrolled in the university’s Homegrown Teacher Academy. Funded by grants from the … more
The next N.C. Pickle Festival remains on schedule. Town officials canceled the annual, award-winning event last spring due to COVID-19. Jammie Royall, town manager, said talk of another … more
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