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Down here in the South, we often hear about “thatch,” which is a rather unhappy lawn situation involving a dense layer of decayed vegetation, inconveniently wedged between the ground and the … more
Noah’s Pizza and Grill will have a fundraiser for Chief Jeremy Hall Tuesday, Aug. 21, from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. During that time, 20 percent of sales will be given to the Hall family to help defray … more
An ugly situation: England was a mess, and being ravaged from the competition among Richard II and his rivals. In the garden of the Duke of York, the gardener and his servant are talking over the … more
Farm Service Agency (FSA) Administrator Richard Fordyce reminded producers that the deadline to sign up for enrollment in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) is Friday. “Any agricultural … more
This Week At NCDOT: RALEIGH – The following are highlights from this week at the N.C. Department of Transportation. The stories below are also featured in NCDOT Now, the department’s weekly … more
The Harnett County Public Library in Lillington announced its grand prize winner for the 2018 Summer Reading Program — Kimberly Barrera of Lillington. Children participating in the summer … more
In an age when most 12-year-olds are busy texting or playing video games, one Angier middle-schooler was exploring his future. Tucker Coombs admits he’s had an interest in government and looks … more
The owner of an Erwin business was excited and surprised by the large turnout for their school supply distribution party this past weekend. Jerlon Jones, owner of Legendz Barber & Styling … more
What’s the best way to find good, trustworthy, qualified people who can help seniors with home chores or small jobs? Looking for Mom Dear Looking, Getting help at home for any number of … more
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