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Late Friday evening, Pricetown firefighters and Wayne County EMS station one, along with station nine responded to the scene of a two-vehicle accident on Bennett Bridge Road between Zion Church Road and Atlas Price Road... more
The information is sketched at this time as Mount Olive Police investigate shots being fired in the Mount Olive Wal-Mart parking lot late Friday afternoon... more
Thursday afternoon firefighters from Dudley were dispatched to a working vehicle fire on Forest View Drive off Alert Cable Road in Dudley... more
Southern Wayne's softball senior Mackenzie Bryan fulfilled a dream today as she signed her national letter of intent to play at William Peace University. Bryan is still in the midst of her... more
MOUNT OLIVE, N.C. --- No. 25 University of Mount Olive topped the Virginia State University Trojans 9-7 in the annual battle of the Trojans on Tuesday afternoon at Scarborough Field. more
Seven Springs, N.C.- Spring Creek faced off against East Central 2A conference foe Wallace-Rose Hill last night and the women's soccer team was the only Gators team that was able to walk out of the swamp with a victory winning 7-0 against the Bulldogs. more
MOUNT OLIVE, N.C. - The Mount Olive softball team defeated the Rams of Winston-Salem State University in both games of a non-conference doubleheader on Tuesday afternoon at Nancy Chapman Cassell Field in Mount Olive, N.C... more
Easter egg hunt set for Saturday The Mount Olive First Pentecostal Holiness Church will have an Easter egg hunt in Westbrook Park from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 20. There will be … more
Greetings form the Wesley-Smith Chapel community. I would like to say a special thank you to elder Mary Ashford and the Stanley Chapel Youth Choir for rendering an excellent Youth Day celebration … more
Make a Difference Food Pantry founder Mackenzie Hinson is one of three contestants vying for a $50,000 General Mills grant to be awarded next month. Mackenzie, 14, founded the local food pantry … more
Mount Olive‚Äôs town manager says a bill that would allow North Carolina cities to impose a quarter-cent sales tax could help raise revenue without hurting homeowners. State Rep. Derwin … more
Seven University of Mount Olive students recently traveled to Colorado for the National Association of Landscape Professionals National Collegiate Landscape Competition. They joined other … more
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