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Wayne Community College will provide a virtual “Spooktacular Science Saturday” on Oct. 9. Children of any age are welcome to participate, but the activity is geared toward … more
The South Church Street sidewalk project remains on hold. Town attorney W. Carroll Turner is recovering from an illness and the final easement needed to start the job has not been signed. The … more
Four COVID-19 clusters were identified at three schools last week, according to Wayne County Public Schools officials. Southern Wayne reported a cluster involving five football players and also … more
Town commissioners want a second opinion on the old Centre Theatre downtown. The board voted unanimously for town attorney W. Carroll Turner to employ a structural engineer to inspect the … more
Clean up efforts have started at town hall after a Labor Day fire that either destroyed or impacted eight offices. Personnel from the cleaning company have gutted the interior of the building. … more
Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 1942 Joe Johnson, Mount Olive chief of police, issued a public warning against either harming or shooting squirrels roaming about the town. Johnson reminded residents of the $50 … more
Many of us incorporate spring-flowering bulbs into our landscapes to enjoy seeing the first colors of spring. However, the time that you plant spring-flowering bulbs is not a time of year you would … more
Town commissioners gave final approval for the town of Mount Olive flag design during its recent monthly meeting. The flag is 3-feet by 5-feet. Front license tags for vehicles are also … more
There’s been no spike in active COVID cases among the town’s labor force. Jammie Royall, town manager, said there was an active case two weeks ago and that employee is quarantined at … more
Two new, shiny fire trucks occupy the old former rescue squad building in town. Mount Olive Fire Department Chief Greg Wiggins said the 2021 Pierce Enforcer vehicles are undergoing equipment … more
BEULAVILLE - A section of Durwood Evans Road in Duplin County closed Monday, according to the N.C. Department of Transportation. Both directions of the road near Catherine Square Road will remain … more
The 8th annual Outlaw Foundation Golf Tournament is Oct. 8 at the Duplin Country Club in Kenansville. The fees are $85 per person and $340 per team. Flight times for the four-man superball … more
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