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The Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners has called a special session June 29 to discuss the general fund and water and sewer budgets for the 2020-21 fiscal year. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. … more
Charles Brown is ready to re-open Mount Olive, which has been shuttered since mid-March due to COVID-19. “I just feel like I have moved from one place to another place,” the town … more
Over the past three weeks, a divided nation has sought answers for injustices and systemic racism that has all but shredded the fabric of society. The tragic death of George Floyd turned protests … more
Several water line projects, ongoing wastewater treatment plant improvements and installation of sidewalks along South Church Street are issues expected to get special attention as the town returns … more
Own a coffee shop? The idea never occurred to Amy Brogden. Until she had a conversation with her insurance manager. He suggested she go sit in a local coffee house, and see if people approach … more
Greetings from the Smith Chapel Wesley Community. Black Lives Matter has been the subject for the past three weeks. I’m asking everyone to please do not stay home in November. Let’s … more
Defeat Twin Rivers Redbirds 4-1 and 12-11 in Independent Summer League action more
Each is charged with felony of sexual activity with a student. more
Outburst leads to mercy-rule conquest of Raketown at the ECAP on Tuesday evening. more
Spring Creek graduates June 17, while Southern Wayne ceremony is June 18. more
Albert, Moffett lead Wayne County at the plate. more
Wayne County erupts for eight runs in bottom of the sixth inning. more
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