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Johnston County Community College Administrative Assistant Della Mc-Millian retired after 15 years in the school’s business applied technology department. Ms. McMillian graduated from JCC herself, with a degrees in business administration and … more
Bleecker Automotive Group will host its sixth annual Christmas at Bleecker Saturday, Dec. 16. Festivities will kick off with a charity bike ride at 9:45 a.m. A car show will start at noon. During the afternoon from noon to 3 p.m. the public is … more
Santa Claus will be at Sagebrush in Dunn Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. Residents can bring their boys and girls for a visit and take photos with Santa. Children eat free. Also, Sagebrush is accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys for the Marine … more
Nicole Bodrick of Four Oaks, a supervisor in environmental services, has been named Johnston Health Ambassador of the Month. During a recent presentation, CEO Chuck Elliott said coworkers describe Ms. Bodrick as a great teacher, mentor and role … more
Blue File DME, a medical equipment company located on North Ellis Avenue in Dunn, celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting with the Dunn Area Chamber of Commerce. The business specializes in offthe- shelf orthopedic braces and nebulizers. … more
The Harnett County Board of Health recognized the Chairman, Dr. Auston “Trey” C. Williams III of Dunn, for his years of service and leadership during the Nov. 16 meeting. Dr. Williams was appointed for his first term in January 2009, and … more
  The Dunn Area Chamber of Commerce will host the Young Professionals First Thursday Networking Coffee Dec. 7 from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. at The Cellar, 108 N. Wilson Ave., Dunn. You are invited to come for a little while, or stay the whole … more
Lillington physical therapist Dr. Sara Morrison is shown here with a book, ‘Heal Your Body, Live Your Life,’ she has written. The book is an instruction manual on how to relieve back pain and how to live a life with less pain. Last week Dr. … more
By TOM WOERNER Of the Record Staff One of Lillington’s best-known businesses has taken an old building near their existing facility and turned it into a gift shop and florist which they hope will meet a vital need in the community. … more
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