Saturday 04 Apr 2020


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UMO Students Create Fitness Apparel Business

Seven University of Mount Olive students have taken what they have learned in their Business Practicum class to the next level as part of a unique integrative business experience (IBE). […]

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Community Blood Drive Set For April 10

Wayne UNC Health Care will host a Community Blood Drive in partnership with the County of Wayne and The Blood Connection Friday, April 10, at the Farm Credit

LISTEN: Mayor Says Citizens Adhering To Stay-At-Home Order

Goldsboro Mayor Chuck Allen praises the local workers on the frontline in the battle against COVID-19. Allen appeared on Jeff Farrow’s Morning Show on Goldsboro’s Greatest Hits 1150 and

County Confirms Four COVID-19 Cases At Long-Term Care Facility

The Wayne County Health Department received notice Friday of three additional cases of COVID-19 from a long-term care facility in Mount Olive. These additional cases include one resident

Governor: Avoid Crowds, Stay Home This Weekend

This is the first weekend where Gov. Roy Cooper's "Stay-At-Home" executive order will be in effect.  During a press conference Friday afternoon, Cooper urged North Carolina residents to

Internet Speeds Drop, Then Rebound, In Some N.C. Cities

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — As more people work from home because of the coronavirus pandemic, internet speeds slowed down last month across the state of North Carolina. But

Pickle Fest Memorabilia Still Available At Chamber Office

Mount Olive Chamber of Commerce President and North Carolina Pickle Festival Chairperson Julie Beck (left) and past Mount Olive Chamber President Patti O'Donoghue show off some of the

Case Farms Hiring Amidst COVID-19 Crisis

Unemployment is rising in North Carolina and across the country as more people are laid off due to the coronavirus crisis.  However, the food and agriculture industry is

Inmates Protest As Two COVID-19 Cases Confirmed At Prison (PHOTOS)

Two offenders in the minimum custody unit at Neuse Correctional Institution in Goldsboro have tested positive for coronavirus. They are the second and third offenders in the state prison

UPDATE: Suspect Charged For Attempted Murder

A victim is severely burned during an attempted murder in Goldsboro.  Goldsboro Police responded to the report of an assault on the 500 block of Hickory Street around

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