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Duke Energy Progress is replacing utility pole transformers throughout the town of Mount Olive through Nov. 16 and residents can expect power interruptions during the process. Town Manager Charles … more
Former Mount Olive Town Commissioner Kenny Talton is set to become the next mayor of Mount Olive after the unofficial results have Talton winning 357 votes compared to Joe Scott's 237 and Jesse Faison's 136. more
Two students are facing criminal charges after reportedly threatening to shoot up or blow up two high schools in Wayne County. The threats came a month before Wayne County Public Schools issued a release seeking help from parents and students to identify and combat threats at local schools. more
Members of the Calypso community are holding a barbecue fundraiser Dec. 7 to help three families recently affected by cancer. The disease robbed one family of Cristy Marie Holloman on Oct. 20. She … more
A 25-year-old man is facing drugs and gun charges after a probation-related search of his Mount Olive home. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office’s Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team assisted … more
This week, Wayne County Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Michael J. Dunsmore, shared a nearly 3-minute message through the district’s automated notification system asking parents for their help … more
The hopes that CSX Railroad would have financed installation of a 48-inch culvert under the railroad in the area of South Center and Williamson streets to eliminate flooding in that area leaves the … more
When Ordinary Becomes Extraordinary,” is the theme for the University of Mount Olive campus revival starting Sunday night November 3, for three nights. The event is scheduled for 7 PM on November 3, 4, and 5 in Kornegay Arena. The event is Free and the public is invited to attend. more
Greetings from the Wesley Smith Chapel community! Our prayers and sympathy are with the family of Betty Lou Hill, who passed away on Thursday morning, Oct. 10 at a hospital in Myrtle Beach, South … more
Thanks & Thunder Revival each Tuesday Faith Presbyterian Church, 2114 N. Berkeley Blvd., will host its annual Thanks & Thunder Revival each Tuesday evening during the month of November. … more
Mount Olive native Andrade Olliver is a newcomer on the local political scene, and he is challenging incumbent District 1 Town Commissioner Vicky Darden in the Nov. 5 Election. Olliver grew up in … more
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