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Last Tuesday, Falcon Children's Home hosted thier annual Harvest Train.  Harvest Train is a nearly 75 year tradition which residents of the Children's Home line the main street of Falcon as … more
RALEIGH — North Carolina’s state pension plan is prepared to weather another recession, a Pew Charitable Trusts stress test says. North Carolina has the sixth best-funded state pension plan in … more
FAYETTEVILLE – Cumberland County Emergency Services, Fayetteville Fire Department and Cumberland County Fire Chiefs’ Association will be raising awareness of the increase in fires during the … more
Andy Lawrence 6 “Chocolate chip cookies with no peanuts and milk. Reindeer seeds.” Kelsey Rose, 5 “Vanilla cookies. Carrots.” Carly Barefoot, 7 “Cookies and Takis — like … more
Think Smart Outreach Center Inc. is currently accepting applications for its 2020-2023 board of directors. Members on the Think Smart board must reside, work or have ties to Harnett County and will … more
Central Carolina Community College’s Fire Academy graduation was held Nov. 26 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic & Conference Center in Sanford Mike Cameron, fire chief of the Southern Pines Fire … more
Area Christmas events will continue through the holidays, so mark your calendars. Here are some events to remember: Dec. 6: Benson’s Christmas on Main will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. … more
A mural painted on the side of this Dunn business more than 35 years ago was recently given a fresh new coat of paint. The Medicine Closet first opened in 1982. more
Newly elected and re-elected board members were sworn into office Tuesday night in Angier. more
NEW BERN — In honor of the men and women whose lives were lost in the surprise attack on the Island of Oahu on Dec. 7, 1941, Tryon Palace will host two Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day events at the … more
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