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Delinquent water accounts in the town of Mount Olive are expected to total around $80,000 when the state mandated moratorium on termination of service ends on Aug. 1. Early on with the COVID-19 … more
Selected new chair of the North Carolina Campus Compact executive board more
Presented Outstanding Student Curriculum Awards. more
Garner Nationals earn second straight victory over "senior" Jets. more
Make A Difference Food Pantry is sponsoring the traveling team. 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
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
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
A Mount Olive native has relinquished his command post after a service career of more than three decades and is returning home. Capt. William E. Sasser Jr. relinquished command to Capt. … more
Organizers have canceled the 2020 NC Muscadine Festival. The new date is Sept. 25, 2021, at the Duplin Events Center. The festival was canceled in accordance with Gov. Roy Cooper’s State … more
CHEROKEE — A Wayne County man drowned June 27 after saving a child in a river inside the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Park rangers said they responded to a drowning on the Oconaluftee … more
The Duplin County Health Department has set up several COVID-19 diagnostic drive-thru tests with the anterior nasal swab series for the following dates. Each test site will be open from 9 a.m. to … more
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