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PIKEVILLE — Sheriff’s deputies suspect foul play in the death of a pregnant woman whose body was found in a wrecked car Jan. 29. On Friday, the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office identified the … more
A verbal agreement concerning landscaping maintenance along CSX Railroad rights-of-way along Center Street has too many limitations, officials say. Mount Olive leaders recently had a telephone … more
SEVEN SPRINGS – Cliffs of the Neuse State Park is offering several programs during February. Do your kids want to go camping, but you aren’t feeling it? Do they have an adventurous stuffed … more
WASHINGTON — Telemedicine has become a growth industry worth tens of billions of dollars. By 2025 the market for virtual doctors is expected to exceed $130 billion, reports the Association of … more
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is investigating a possible case of infection with the newly discovered 2019 coronavirus. The individual recently traveled to China and passed through Wuhan City, where the outbreak originated, but had not visited the seafood and animal market that was linked to many early cases. This person arrived at Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Jan. 23. more
Greetings and blessings from the Wesley Smith Chapel Community. The following services and revivals are coming up this month: Worship services at St. Luke are held every first and third Sunday … more
Special MLK service Sunday Saint Luke Missionary Baptist Church, 3414 Summerlin Crossroad Road, will host its morning worship service at 11 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 26 with special tributes to Dr. Martin … more
“We are chasing every animal out there,” said Mount Olive Town Manager Charles Brown. His comments referred an all out effort by the town to find newly-appropriated disaster funds for several … more
The lives of 10 children this past Christmas were impacted by an outpouring of generosity from local police and a host of volunteers. It all unraveled at the first ever Dec. 20 Shop with a Cop … more
Budget preparations on how taxpayer funds will be spent for the upcoming fiscal year in the town of Mount Olive are in full swing. Town Manager Charles Brown said he is expecting budget requests … more
The University of Mount Olive men’s and women’s basketball teams play host to Conference Carolinas rival Erskine (S.C.) University during the 38th annual Church Night scheduled for Jan. … more
The town of Mount Olive is moving into the second year of its way of replacing vehicles, a change a year ago that has already provided a major maintenance savings. But as its agreement with Fleet … more
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