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Mount Olive experienced an increase in monthly sales tax revenue in 2020. According to Kaye Anderson, who recently retired as the town’s clerk and finance officer, Mount Olive’s annual … more
A man identifying himself as Capt. Shawn Harris of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office has attempted to scam people into paying for missing jury duty in several phone calls. The Sheriff’s … more
Students can take advantage of short-term training in high-demand fields more
The town’s police department and public works division are receiving new vehicles in July. Three Dodge Chargers have been designated for police patrol, while the other five vehicles — … more
Each patient will be allowed one designated screened visitor in most inpatient areas, according to the visitor policy updated last week by Wayne UNC Health Care. Patients under COVID-19 … more
An inmate transferred into the North Carolina Department of Corrections from the Wayne County Detention Center has tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). He has been in isolation since June … more
Life has come full circle for Danny King. He and his 12 siblings grew up on Hillsboro Street in Mount Olive. The family lost its father when King was 5 years old, and his mother scrapped and … more
Trojans 4-0 on the season more
Three out-of-county residents were jailed on a variety of charges following a high speed chase in southeastern Wayne County. Thirty-three-year-old Phillip Clayton Brady Maddox of 536 Shoulars Road … more
Lack of adherence to Gov. Roy Cooper's face covering and social distance orders more
Saints sweep Kinston more
A five-year study to install sidewalks along a three-block stretch of South Church Street has yet to begin. Town Manager Jammie Royall is growing tired of the excuses and ongoing delays, including … more
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