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Johnston County commissioners honored longtime radio broadcaster Carl Lamm this month. Lamm, known as America’s longest continuous radio broadcaster, signed off the air in March, ending a … more
In September 1956, about 30 students started first grade at Broadway School and half of them gathered on Saturday, April 13 to celebrate more than 50 years of connection. As this small group … more
The Benson Police Department is nearly at full strength and is looking to reach the benchmark soon. The town is set to hire four new officers, bringing the department to a full complement of 15, … more
The following information on felony arrests was provided by the Harnett County Sheriff’s Office. April 16 Henry Lamont McLean, 33, of Spring Lake was charged with felony probation violation. … more
The Harnett County Health Department released the annual State of the County Health report (SOTCH) report 2018. The report provides a brief but comprehensive overview on changes in trends related to … more
The N.C. Highway Patrol has released the name of a pedestrian struck and killed by a car April 11 on N.C. 96 about four-tenths of a mile south of U.S. 701 near the intersection of Heath Road outside … more
RALEIGH — Thanks to a collaborative effort among various workforce development stakeholders, the State of North Carolina will build and launch a comprehensive, unified system to deliver career … more
(MS) — Backyard barbecues simply would not be the same without hot dogs. While many people may not eat hot dogs during much of the year, come summertime when the grills are fired up, hot dogs take … more
A vandalism incident turned dangerous for a Lillington police officer Tuesday when a suspect used a can of hair spray as a flame throwing device in an effort to injure the officer. Officers … more
(MS) — Scones make an ideal companion to a morning cup of coffee or tea. Simple and delicious, this recipe for “Maple Pecan Scones” from Linda Collister’s “Quick Breads” (Ryland, Peters … more
Abryn Tucker, 9 “I used to eat cereal a lot.” Madelyn McLamb, 6 “Mini Pop-Tarts, they’re better than the big ones. Strawberry ones are the best because I love … more
RALEIGH — Wednesday was a busy day for the Senate Education Committee, which approved six bills during its April 17 meeting. Three of them directly affect K-12 education. Senate Leader Sen. Phil … more
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