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GOLDSBORO — Wayne County Public Schools recognized School Lunch Hero Day on May 4. Over the course of the morning and early afternoon, WCPS Superintendent Dr. Michael Dunsmore and his cabinet … more
A Fayetteville man was arrested during a routine traffic stop in Mount Olive after officers say they recovered a stolen firearm. Investigators from the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office charged … more
Tatiyana Grizzle has taken remote learning to a new level. A sophomore at Spring Creek High School, Grizzle needed a sewing machine for her Family Consumer Science Apparel II course. She wanted to … more
The town of Mount Olive’s proposed new fiscal year budget is now open for public inspection for 30 days. The document was given without issue to the town board at its May 4 meeting, and under … more
It is expected to be a few more months before engineering design plans are finalized for a planned parallel taxiway project at the Mount Olive Municipal Airport. Town Manager Charles Brown said … more
The University of Mount Olive has released a statement announcing the cancelation of all university-sponsored summer camps to take place on the campus of Mount Olive for the remainder of the summer. … more
Some Wayne County offices reopened to the public this week, but Mount Olive Town Manager Charles Brown told the Tribune it will be at least two more weeks before any town municipal offices can be … more
An email recently sent to Mount Olive Town Commissioners and others by Town Manager Charles Brown takes a realistic look at plans and efforts to reopen, looks at the history of health pandemics and … more
The Mount Olive area is getting another solar farm. The town’s board of commissioners unanimously approved the request from Green Go, a Charlotte-based business that asked to build a 27-acre … more
A seven-member reopening committee representing town of Mount Olive department heads and employees is currently putting together a plan of returning to normal operations. Town Manager Charles … more
RALEIGH — School districts in Wayne, Duplin and Sampson counties are among the first to receive Wi-Fi hot spots to establish internet zones for remote learning. Additional school buses were … more
Adrian Worrell was officially sworn in with the Wayne County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday. A Navy veteran and CEO of Worrell Contracting Co. in Goldsboro, Worrell will complete the term of … more
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