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Law enforcement officers discovered a break-in Wednesday morning after responding to a burglar alarm at the Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site. The alarm call came in at 3:34 a.m., … more
A bill in the N.C. legislature that would ban smokable hemp could undercut North Carolina’s emerging hemp industry and curtail immediate relief for those suffering chronic conditions. On … more
A 15-year-old was shot and killed and another man was wounded in a drive-by shooting Saturday morning in the Cleveland community just north of Willow Spring. The Johnston County Sheriff’s Office … more
DEAR RUSTY: How can I maximize my monthly Social Security benefit? I’m already 70 years old – almost 71 now. — Ready to Apply DEAR READY TO APPLY: You’ve already maximized your monthly … more
Adalyn Duke, 5 1/2 “The Bible, because I love Jesus.” Paisley Reardon, 4 “Cheerleading, because I go to cheerleading.” Allen Brown, 5 “My family, because they love … more
We’ve had a couple of ferns as Mystery Plants before, and it’s time for another one. Just as a reminder, here are a few notes on ferns. There are about 10,000 species of ferns found all around … more
JOHNSTON COUNTY — In June, the Partnership for Children of Johnston County provided three workshops on Active Reading. The two-part workshop for parents with children 2 to 5 years old, offered at … more
YOUNGSVILLE — Town officials estimated The Wake Weekly would have to pay a fee of about $70,000 before the town could comply with a public records request the paper made this month. Legal … more
Summer is a season when children spend more time at home and in other homes. It is important to get rid of medicine that is no longer needed or expired. Public health officials with the Harnett … more
The following information on felony arrests was provided by local law enforcement agencies. Harnett County Sheriff’s Office July 10 Fransisco Daniel Hernandez, 24, of Harnett County was … more
Tara Fish, executive director of the Harnett County Partnership for Children, was a guest speaker at the Coats Kiwanis meeting on June 17. The Harnett County Partnership for Children is a 501c3 … more
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