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Did you know that April marks the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s moon landing? Come celebrate this momentous occasion with the North Carolina Museum of History. The museum will also unveil the … more
The date on the paper printed that it was May 13, 1976. Within that edition of The Daily Record, it was shared that Shearon Roberts had been inducted into Kappa Nu Sigma honor society at Meredith … more
The Harnett County Arts Council has teamed up with Habitat for Humanity for an event this weekend that will benefit the nonprofit organization that helps people work toward finding affordable … more
‘Let’s Twist Again’ set today The Benson Foundation for the Arts is hosting a fundraiser tonight with a performance of “Let’s Twist Again with the Carolina Soulmates.” The event … more
The 72nd annual North Carolina Azalea Festival is being held today through Sunday in downtown Wilmington. The North Carolina Azalea Festival Parade kicks off at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the corner of … more
The date on The Daily Record posted Feb. 3, 1976. The paper printed a story about J.D. Norris. It stated that J.D. felt a need in 1951 that Coats should have a Methodist Church. Mr. Norris, Owen … more
This weekend, a astronomically large festival will be rolling into Dorothea Dix park in Raleigh. Dreamville Fest, headlined and created by Fayetteville NC native J. Cole will be arguably one of the … more
On a cool spring evening, a rising star came through Raleigh. The artist in question, Maggie Rogers (who hails from Maryland) was on her “Heard It In A Past Life” tour, in support of her … more
AlexSandra Lett to sign books AlexSandra Lett, who writes the weekly “Lett’s Set a Spell” column for The Daily Record, will autograph copies of her six books when the Sandhills Farm to Table … more
First concert of the year will be April 18 The first concert in the 2019 Boogie on Broad Concert Series presented by the Dunn Area Tourism Authority is set for April 18 from 6 to 9 p.m. in … more
There was a time when stagecoaches pulled by horses made their way through the piney woods of our Grove area headed between Fayetteville and Raleigh. The road, most times rutted, sandy or muddy, was … more
It’s hard to pick just a couple of reasons to visit the communities of Cumberland County this spring. Here are a few picks: Batter up! Be one of the first fans to see the Fayetteville … more
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