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Mount Olive Mayor Ken Talton expects members to be appointed to five newly-created Citizen Advisory Committees in June after the town’s Board of Commissioners approved the measure earlier this … more
A reopening committee working toward the safest way to open the doors at town hall has come up with a plan, and there will be limitations and restrictions. The recommendation to reopen on … more
State authorities had promised the town of Mount Olive that its request for a wastewater treatment special order of consent would get immediate attention, but then COVID-19 surfaced and was a … more
Gray skies turn partly sunny on Class of 2020 more
NCDHHS reports nearly two-thirds of people affected have recovered more
Seegars Senior Center still shuttered due to COVID-19 more
Flags at all county facilities will be flown at half mast in his memory more
Individual did not reside at a long-term care facility more
Celebrating high school graduates has a different look these days. Official commencement exercises have been canceled statewide and nationally due to the coronavirus pandemic. Yet, communities … more
Mount Olive will not seek any of the $2.2 million awarded to Wayne County in state pandemic disaster monies. Instead, the town is on the list to receive those type of funds from FEMA, according to … more
STYMIED BY COVID-19 Officials from Mount Olive, the second-largest town in Wayne County, have decided to postpone its 150th anniversary celebration until 2021. The decision comes while the … more
CALYPSO — A Wilmington man is dead after a standoff with the Duplin County Sheriff’s Office Response Team on May 9. According to a report, deputies received a call about a breaking and … more
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