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The 12th annual MS/Cancer Benefit that has raised thousands over the years for multiple sclerosis and cancer research has been set for Saturday, March 14 at the Calypso Fire Department. It is … more
RALEIGH — The Southern Wayne Future Farmers of America Chapter participated in the North Carolina FFA Poultry Evaluation Career Development Event held at the NC State Fairgrounds. Team members … more
Armed with snacks, Alexander Groves walked to his bedroom. Just as he walked in the door, his mom called from her room. “Yes ma’am,” Groves said. So much for a relaxing afternoon of … more
Organization of a Crisis Management team is a cooperative effort of the town of Mount Olive and the Mount Olive Area Chamber of Commerce, and has a mission of safety during the annual North Carolina … more
This year, the March Equinox will occur on Friday, March 20. The March Equinox marks the point in time when the sun crosses an imaginary line above the equator called the celestial equator, moving … more
The following events are coming up at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park this month. Interview a Flower: Saturday, March 14 at 3 p.m. It’s March and the early bloomers are out. Come to the park and … more
The $23,000 contract to make improvements to the road leading into the town of Mount Olive Wastewater Treatment Plant was awarded to Duplin County contractor MTH. The work on the road has already … more
Thanks to the generosity of members of the Southern Wayne community, seven Southern Wayne High School Future Farmers of America students are having a dream turn into reality. Lee Joyner of Joyner … more
Wayne County residents vetoed a one-quarter cent sales tax and use referendum during the North Carolina Primary Election held last week. The proposal was estimated to generate $2.6 million of … more
A two-day water infrastructure workshop held at the school of government in Chapel Hill ended up opening another door that could lead to additional disaster funds for the town of Mount Olive. Town … more
A resolution asking the N.C. Department of Transportation to install safety crosswalks at two locations on Main Street was expected to have been approved by the Mount Olive Board of Commissioners at … more
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