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BREAKING NEWS: Wayne County's seniors will have commencement exercises at their own school

Email survey reveals Class of 2020 wants a traditional graduation

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day at landfill

Event is open every year

WCPS launches kindergarten registration

Parents/guardians can register online

More than just bird watching

Biology major Allison Shingleton starts research study at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park
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State’s request for information strengthens consent order hope
State authorities had promised the town of Mount Olive that its request for a wastewater treatment special order of consent would get …
Reopening town hall set for June 1
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 …
Talton
Board approves Citizen Advisory Committees
Mount Olive Mayor Ken Talton expects members to be appointed to five newly-created Citizen Advisory Committees in June after the …
Lights in the form of a Christmas tree glow outside Mount Olive Town Hall, not for the yuletide season which is 7 months away, but to thank the men and women working on the frontlines of health care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Town’s Christmas tree honors virus workers
The town of Mount Olive Christmas Tree has glowed brightly each night since March 17. Town Manager Charles Brown said the 130-foot …
Duplin County 4-H sprouts online programs
“Dr. Bob Patterson’s class re-sparked my interest in vegetable and crop production,” said Duplin County 4-H Program assistant …
Gurley
Commissioner Gurley dies
Wayne County Commissioner A. Joe Gurley III died last week. The former emergency services director and Fireman of the Year served …
From the Opinion pages

Patience must be a virtue now

Local businesses reopened their doors Memorial Day weekend after Gov. Roy Cooper issued his latest executive order. I wish a good friend of mine lived here. His restaurant just might have …

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