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Mount Olive hosts Food Truck Friday What’s The Dilla will have a food truck on hand from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. this Friday in downtown Mount Olive for Food Truck Friday. Tables and chairs will be … more
Greetings form the Wesley-Smith Chapel Community. Happy special birthday to my brother, Dennis Jerome Ward, March 27 from your family, your brother and sister, your daughters, Denean, and son, … more
Rev. Justin Lapoint featured at Outlaw’s Bridge The Rev. Justin Lapoint will lead the service “Hosea Ballou was Right: The Problem With the Vicarious Atonement” at Outlaw’s Bridge … more
The University of Mount Olive’s Agricultural department hosted it’s fifth annual AgFest where 1,300 students from 64 different counties in North Carolina got to experience learning about the UMO … more
Black Jack is a black and white domestic long-haired neutered male cat. He is 9 months old. He is gorgeous, and he knows it! The $65 adoption fee includes his neuter surgery, vaccines, FIV/FELT test … more
The North Carolina Pickle Festival’s economic impact is extremely significant to the region’s businesses. Those observations came from Mount Olive Town Manager Charles Brown during an … more
A series of public meetings on a townwide bicycle and pedestrian trail for Mount Olive wrapped up last week, and Town Manager Charles Brown said state officials will use attendees’ feedback to … more
T-shirts, hats and a variety of other gear commemorating the 33rd annual North Carolina Pickle Festival is now on sale. Mount Olive Area Chamber of Commerce President Julie Beck, who also … more
The first of several meetings to set in motion changes in countywide disaster plans was held last week between county and municipal personnel. “It the beginning of putting in place plans for how … more
One of the three businesses located in the historic Kraft Studios Building at 104 W. James St. in downtown Mount Olive that was destroyed by a fire of undetermined origin will relocate. Charlene … more
The Wayne County Public Library has been chosen for a third year in a row as a host site for the N.C. Science Festival. “Star Light, Star Bright,” a program for all ages, will take place at … more
A Jacksonville developer’s rezoning request to change an 8-acre tract north of town from agriculture to office and institutional is set for consideration by the Mount Olive Town Board of … more
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