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The Parkinson’s Association of the Carolinas will present a program on Parkinson’s Disease at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 at Rones Chapel Area Community Center. People with Parkinson’s and … more
The town of Mount Olive has a new police officer, but there is something a little different about this new one. He is also an off-duty, in-season Santa Claus. New officer Warren Kennedy is also … more
Reaves reunion Saturday The Reaves family of Duplin and Wayne counties will host its second family reunion at the homestead of the late David and Ann Southerland Reaves from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, … more
The $5.5 million originally promised to shore up issues at the Mount Olive Wastewater Treatment Plant in the still undecided state budget is not the only money earmarked for local agency … more
Days before Hurricane Dorian churned into a category 5 storm and started pummeling the Bahama islands, 40 municipal leaders across Wayne County met for a “lunch and learn” storm preparation … more
Souper Saturday, an event featuring soups, stews and chili will be held on Saturday, Oct. 12 from 4-7:00 p.m. at the Historic Train Depot, 110 W. Main Street, in downtown Mount Olive. Tickets for … more
People planning to volunteer their time in a Community Day of Service cleanup project at Carver Cemetery on Sept. 14 are reminded the hours are from 8 a.m. until noon. Another day-long town-wide … more
Downtown Mount Olive is getting a new restaurant. Carolina Fish Fry Company will open the new eatery on Oct. 15 at the former Valin’s Café site on South Center Street. Valin’s shut down … more
David Cuddeback will become Wayne County’s new EMS and transport director on Sept. 23, according to a recent release from the county. Cuddeback returns home to Wayne County from Wilson County, … more
Wayne County Public Schools announced Tuesday that it will close all schools for students and staff on Thursday and Friday as county officials keep a close watch on the path of Hurricane Dorian. more
Duplin County officials announced that it will dismiss schools early and open emergency shelters on Wednesday as the area braces for impacts from Hurricane Dorian. more
The Wayne County Office of Emergency Services is continuing to monitor Hurricane Dorian as it continues tracking up the east coast of the United States. Current projections for Wayne County show wind picking up Wednesday afternoon. more
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