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Congregation, online church works, if you cannot make it to the building. The church remains open. An    online church platform includes digital church attendance and discipleship. There … more
Todd Ishee, Commissioner of Prisons, said safety for all involved continues to be the highest priority more
University of Mount Olive alum and military veteran is one of the top professors at Sampson Community College in Clinton. more
KENANSVILLE — Residents in Duplin County can cast their vote at one of three polling places when early voting starts Thursday. The sites are Ed Emory Auditorium in Kenansville, the American … more
Provides insight to incoming and returning students more
Linda Tyson, interim Mount Olive Police Chief, has withdrawn her application to take over as chief. A 27-year veteran of law enforcement, Tyson said she plans to retire sometime over the next … more
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced Friday afternoon that the state’s K-12 public schools are shuttered for the remainder of the year due to the coronavirus pandemic. more
Interim President had hoped to see graduates walk across the stage more
Parade is set for Friday. more
Celebrating high school graduates has a different look these days. Official commencement exercises have been canceled statewide and nationally due to the coronavirus pandemic. Yet, communities … more
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The American Red Cross encourages donors to band together to provide hope and healing to patients fighting cancer by either giving blood or … more
A budget scandal which led to Superintendent Michael Dunsmore’s resignation and ongoing issues surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic has left the Wayne County Board of Education in disarray this … more
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