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PRINCETON, N.C.- The North Duplin Lady Rebels softball team fell 12-2 to the No. 2 seed Princeton Bulldogs in the 1A state playoffs Friday night... more
Mount Olive police are investigating separate incidents of gunfire in town, an armed robbery and a high-speed chase with a motorcyclist. Donyell Morrison of Precision Lawn Care and Landscaping … more
CALYPSO, N.C.- A game that was tied at zero quickly opened up in the bottom of the third when North Duplin scored five runs to put them ahead of East Carteret and there was no looking back after that... more
One of Gospel music’s most popular quartets, The Dixie Melody Boys, will be featured at the Emmaus Baptist Church, located at 714 Emmaus Church Road in Dudley, on Sunday, May 12. The Quartet will … more
Greetings from the Wesley-Smith Chapel community. Deliverance Temple Revival Center, where the pastor is Apostle Lester Coward, invites you to worship with the church at the American Legion … more
The rezoning request of a Jacksonville developer to change an 8-acre tract north of town from agriculture to office and institution is set for consideration by the Mount Olive Board of Commissioners … more
More than 200 graduates from across the world were celebrated on Saturday, for the 2019 University of Mount Olive spring commencement ceremony held in Kornegay Arena. Earl W. Worley Jr. served as … more
Mount Olive Mayor Joe Scott has been appointed to the Wayne Action Group for Economic Solvency (WAGES) Board of Directors. Scott, who has been a strong supporter of the county-wide enhancement … more
State authorities have held a series of public meetings over the past year to gather input on a townwide bike/pedestrian trail in Mount Olive. The meetings wound up last week and town manager … more
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