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Wayne County Reads has scheduled programs for each Tuesday in its March 2019 “Season of Reading.” The events will explore the literary merits and issues in the book “Educated” by Tara … more
The University of Mount Olive has something in common with the Wright Brothers; both are first in flight. UMO is the first North Carolina-based private university in North Carolina to offer a flight … more
One of the deputies on the four-member DWI Task Force of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office has earned a variety of state certificates for specialized training. The certificates were earned by … more
Mount Olive is following the steps of Wayne County Sheriff Larry Pierce in the get rid of litter campaign. Town Manager Charles Brown has asked the mayor and town board to review the town’s … more
Ethan Whitfield, 6 “Carrots because they’re my favorite and I like to dip them in my ranch.” Ethan Kornegay, 6 “Pizza because it’s my favorite and it’s never not … more
Wayne Community College has rededicated its Hope Monument and revealed a redesigned grid of new tribute bricks. In welcoming those attending the ceremony, WCC President Thomas A. Walker said, “I … more
The Wayne County Public Schools district officially launched its new mobile app at its monthly principal’s meeting. The Wayne County Public Schools app, now available in Apple iTunes and the Google … more
Wayne Community College is introducing a new renewable scholarship. The Foundation of Wayne Community College has established a “Bison Benefit Scholarship” for Wayne County high school … more
Retired state Sen. Louis Pate Jr. of Mount Olive continues to receive honors and the latest is being recipient of the coveted Ruff Huggins Lifetime Community Service Award at last week’s annual … more
A high-speed chase exceeding 100 mph ended in a crash at gas pumps, a fire that destroyed two vehicles, and multiple charges against two. The chase started near the intersection area of N.C. 55 … more
Noble George Raecher from Goldsboro was re-elected and installed to a sixth term as the Recorder for Sudan Shriners at the annual business meeting and election of officers. The term “Recorder” is … more
Shortly before 9 a.m., this morning firefighters from Dudley, Arrington, and Mar-Mac were dispatched to the scene of a possible working structure fire at 131 north Running Deer Circle in Pleasant Acres mobile home park just off of Genoa Road. more
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