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Friday, November 27, 2009

Families glad to have homes

MOUNT OLIVE -- This Thanksgiving marked the one-year anniversary of George and Crystal Robbins' new role as homeowners -- thanks to Habitat for Humanity. In their old mobile home, storm clouds and thunder sent Mrs. Robbins reaching for the...

Fremont to target loiterers beginning Tuesday

Starting Dec. 1, Fremont police will crack down on loitering in the town in an effort to keep drug dealers and users off town streets. The bill was approved in July. The bill makes it a criminal offense to loiter...

Town, county leaders discuss sewer

MOUNT OLIVE -- The three county commissioners whose districts include Mount Olive met with Mayor Ray McDonald Sr. and Town Manager Charles Brown on Tuesday to talk about how the town may be able to help the county with...

Bargain hunters out early for jump start on holiday shopping

Hundreds of bleary-eyed shoppers braved the cold hours before dawn at Berkeley Mall this morning, lining up outside Belk, Sears and JCPenney for the 4 a.m. Black Friday opening. Near freezing temperatures and the extra-early wake-up call didn't scare away...

Lending a helping hand

Military Retiree club members Dan Lawson, left, Edward Brewington, Michael Posley and Charlie Holloway pack boxes with food for needy seniors in Wayne County. Randolph Augustus, a member of the organization, said that they have been providing food for the...