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Azul is a neutered black and white male pit bull terrier mix. He has one blue eye and one brown eye. The $65 adoption fee includes all vaccines, microchip and heart worm test. Sophie is a spayed … more
Pearlous Bryant, 10 ‘“Spider-man.” Summer Rinehart, 10 “Wonder Woman. I like how she fights and dresses.” Melvin Juarez, 9 “Superman. He can fly.” Mickah Darden, … more
The Mount Olive Fire Department’s level four rating is at the top of the scale with other volunteer departments in the county and that rating dramatcally impacts both commercial and residential … more
An Early morning traffic accident happened just before sunrise Friday morning on Emmaus Church Road near the intersection of Stanley Chapel Church Road. An almost head-on collision occurred around … more
In it’s 11th edition, the Black History Month Parade is set to take over Breazeale Avenue on Saturday stepping off at 1 p.m. President Ricky Faire, Vice President Vickie Darden and many others … more
McDonald’s of Mount Olive got a new interior look this month. The design gives off a more modern, lounge-type feel and management hopes that more customers will appreciate the more inviting new … more
If you were in the Media Center at Beulaville Elementary School on Jan. 25, you may have thought you were at Vidant Duplin Hospital. Students in kindergarten and first grade were appropriately … more
The Rev. Claudia M. Frost will lead the service “Justice, Equity and Compassion” at Outlaw’s Bridge Universalist Church, 4408 N. N.C. 111, Seven Springs, Sunday at 11 a.m. This Sunday’s … more
Greetings from the Smith-Chapel community. I would like to say a special thank you to the prayer warriors who lifted me up in prayer as I had back surgery on Feb. 4 at Duke Hospital in Raleigh. … more
The annual awards banquet of the Mount Olive Chamber of Commerce will be held this year on Thursday, Feb. 28, at 6:30 p.m. at the Historic Train Depot on Main Street. The event had been a joint … more
Weekly awards for outstanding leadership and play in the youth winter basketball league play have been awarded to a fourth- and a fifth-grader. The Most Valuable Player of the Week Award went to … more
Some may have thought the rain would put a damper on the annual Washington’s Day Fox Hunt in Albertson Saturday — but that wasn’t the case. Members of the Albertson Fire Department and the … more
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