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WASHINGTON — Agricultural producers can now enroll in the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) programs, two popular safety net programs, for the 2019 crop year. Interested … more
Greetings from the Wesley Smith Chapel! Representatives of several churches gathered to help me celebrate 18 years of community service on Sunday, Oct. 13 with special guest Bishop Richard W. … more
Church briefs 111th Homecoming Sunday Calypso Baptist Church, 132 E. Church St., Calypso will celebrate its 111th homecoming on Sunday, Oct. 20. Worship begins at 11 a.m. and fellowship and a … more
The Mount Olive Town Hall complex will close at 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 18, due to scheduled maintenance work with Duke Power. The utility company plans to replace transformers serving the … more
The following information on felony arrests was provided by local law enforcement agencies. Sampson County Sheriff’s Office Robert Jerome Vann, 33, of Faison was arrested on Oct. 8 and … more
The Mount Olive Police Department is in the midst of a major transition. Town Manager Charles Brown said by the end of October, all police officers will have new sidearm service weapons, … more
Ninety-five University of Mount Olive students in various athletic programs participated in the second annual townwide litter sweep held on Oct. 5. The sweep was a partnership project of the … more
The ongoing issue of flooding problems in southeastern Mount Olive has been hit with another setback. Last November, the town asked CSX Railroad to finance installing a 48-inch culvert under the … more
Nearly a dozen residents turned out to voice their concerns in a public forum before the Mount Olive Town Board of Commissioners last week on a safety issue at Bert Martin Road and N.C. Highway … more
The new Pickle Road connecting N.C. Highway 55 and Talton Drive for big rig truck traffic is open, and work has begun at the pickle plant for a truck staging area. The site plan for the staging … more
A comprehensive long range land use plan adopted by the town board in 2012 has been on the shelf collecting dust since its adoption, but now the current board has it back on the table. Town … more
Engineers have been given the go-ahead to seek bids on an $845,000 project to replace an insert in a lagoon at the town’s wastewater treatment plant. The liner was heavily damaged during … more
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