Monday 23 Jan 2017

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PHOTO GALLERY: UMO Men Fall to Pfeiffer

The University of Mount Olive men’s basketball team dropped an 89-80 contest to Pfeiffer University on Piggly Wiggly Blackout Night in Kornegay Arena on Saturday evening in Mount Olive, N.C. […]

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Severe Weather Possible After Storms Rip Through Georgia

Eleven people were killed and 23 were injured after severe weather struck southern Georgia, officials said Sunday. Catherine Howden of the Georgia Emergency Management Agency said the deaths occurred

Library Early Dismissal Day Craft Sessions Cancelled

Due to school make-up days being scheduled for the rest of the school year, the library will not have its February or March Early Dismissal Craft Session programs

January Plant Spotlight: Tea Olive

Jessica Strickland -- Wayne County Horticulture Extension Agent This month’s plant spotlight is the tea olive, also known by scientific name as Osmanthus. Tea olive is a dense, evergreen shrub

PHOTO GALLERY: UMO Women Glide Past Pfeiffer

A late first-half run helped the University of Mount Olive women's basketball team glide past Pfeiffer University, 85-64, on Piggly Wiggly Blackout Night in Kornegay Arena on Saturday

Truck Takes Down Power Lines

Arrington Bridge Road  is closed at this time in both directions between Westbrook and Pecan Road due to downed power lines.   An Allen Grading Co.  dump truck driven by

Husband Accidentally Shoots Wife Overnight In Goldsboro

Shortly after midnight, deputies of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to 108 Dee Dee Place in Goldsboro in reference to a subject being shot. As the deputies

SJAFB Strike Eagle In Presidential Inauguration Flyover

An F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft from the 335th Fighter Squadron will participate in a four-ship flyover for the 58th Presidential Inauguration today. Capt. Skyler Collins and Maj. Caleb Edmondson, 335th FS F-15E

Trump Sweeps In For Big Day

With fireworks heralding his big moment, Donald Trump swept into Washington Thursday on the eve of his presidential inauguration and pledged to unify a nation sorely divided and

North Carolina Gets $4.5 Million For Hurricane Damage

North Carolina is getting money from the federal government to help people who saw their homes destroyed by Hurricane Matthew's flooding fill out paperwork and overcome complications to