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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
Harnett Off Broadway celebrated in four shows Harnett County Schools held its annual Harnett Off Broadway with students from all of the area schools performing in four shows March 14, 15, 21 and … more
The year was 1975 and two assassination attempts were made against President Gerald Ford. The first was thwarted by an alert Secret Service agent who pulled a revolver from the hands of Lynette A. … more
“Captain Marvel,” the latest superhero entry, and the first female led heroine story of the Marvel Universe, is an interesting origin story. Brie Larson steps into the boots of the super … more
Spring Hike: Saturday at 10 a.m. Spring is here. Enjoy a guided hike along the Longleaf Trail to learn about spring in the park and view some historical Longleaf Pine trees. The easy 1-mile hike is … more
Carvers Creek State Park, located in Spring Lake, offers a variety of programs for all ages. Typically led by park rangers, most of the interpretive programs are free, although some require … more
Almost 50 years ago, Neil Armstrong and the rest of the Apollo 11 crew took one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, and to … more
Benson seniors planning trip to Kentucky The Benson Center for Active Aging is going to The Ark Encounter and Creation Museum in Kentucky May 20-25. Cost for this six day, five night trip is $535 … more
Does anyone remember when the Eckerd’s Drug Store in Dunn sponsored the “Baby of the Month?” I do know that The Daily Record June 26, 1975, edition shared that Brent Weeks, 10-week-old son of … more
Spring has sprung! Have you been to the North Carolina Museum of Historyin Raleigh lately? Start spring off right and engage in some fun activities with family and friends. Calling all war … more
“…I was conscious that I was in a critical condition, and thought of my dear ones at home, thankful that I still had a fighting chance for life.” Lt. Marcus Bates of the 21st Michigan penned … more
Sampson Community Theatre will open its production of the musical “Pocahontas” next weekend. With book by Vera Morris, and music and lyrics by Scott DeTurk, SCT’s “Pocahontas” is … more
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