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Liza Voloshyna is a rising senior at University of Mount Olive more
Two lives taken, three men hanged more
It’s defeating to see a newspaper you tried to save die on your watch. But as I look back at the many issues of this periodical, I don’t see defeat. I see unwavering community coverage … more
The N.C. Department of Transportation announced nine busy and dangerous intersections in northeastern and southern Wayne County will undergo four-way stop transformation to improve safety. LMJ … more
The newly formed Duplin County African American Experience will host its first African American Heritage Festival on Saturday, June 25, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. The event will be held at the Big Zion AME … more
A look back at the news that made headlines in Mount Olive this week in 1968, 1981 and 1994. more
Two new faces, Delreese Simmons and Tommy Brown, joined the Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners during their monthly meeting June 14. The newly-elected commissioners were sworn into office … more
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wayne County Health Department led local efforts in providing free testing and vaccinations to residents across the area. However, demand at the annex … more
Unless the town receives outside assistance, motorists will continue to drive on cracked and crumbling city streets. State Powell Aid monies currently fund street repair. The town receives two … more
Members of the Mount Olive Rotary Club joined with other local civic groups to give the Nelson Street Park a makeover June 4. The Men of FIC, Mount Olive American Legion, Carver alumni and town of … more
Myron Poindexter received the 2022-23 Mary B. Chasten Scholarship Award, presented by the N.C. Eastern Alumni Chapter of Johnson C. Smith University, on June 10. The scholarship is valued at … more
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