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Erwin Citizens Preparing To Protest

A group of citizens is preparing an organized protest at tonight’s meeting of the Harnett County Board of Commissioners and will talk to school board members next month, demanding action on … more

Bank Donation Kicks Off Dunn Area History Museum’s Endowment Fund

Officials with Select Bank & Trust, whose holding company is headquartered in Dunn, presented a check to leaders of the Dunn Area History Museum which will be used to kick off the bank’s … more

Loss Of Grant Forcing Changes To PAL After-School Program

There’s bad news for parents who have children in the Dunn Police Athletic & Activities League’s after-school program. Thanks to a decision by state and federal officials who manage the … more

Sheriff Readies For Possible School Disaster

Preparing for the back-to-school season means different things to different people, but to local law enforcement officials it meant one thing last week, preparing for the last thing they ever want to … more

Team-Up To Fill-Up Community Food Drive Tops 300 Pounds

Four Oaks Senior Living and First Baptist Church of Four Oaks will host a celebration to recognize the successful conclusion of their Team-Up To Fill-Up food drive. The celebration or Party for the … more

Study Of Drone Use In Collision Reconstruction Continues

RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Transportation is continuing to research ways to use emerging drone technology to make highway travel safer. Last year, NCDOT’s Division of Aviation and the … more

U.S. 701 North Bridge In Bladen County To Undergo Restoration

Crews will soon begin restoring the concrete surface of the northbound U.S. 701 bridge over the Cape Fear River in Elizabethtown. The bridge was built in 1986, and some of the concrete on the … more

Sonography Programs Receive Equipment Donation

Johnston Community College’s sonography programs recently received an equipment donation to be used for student training on campus. Wake Internal Medicine in Raleigh donated an ultrasound … more

Harnett Commissioners Respond To School Issues

We wish to address recent comments in the media regarding our responsibility related to the construction of new schools and the maintenance of existing schools within the county. Our intent is to … more

Social Security Column

August might be the last of the months that people think of when we say “summer vacation,” but it is by no means the least. People are still taking trips and hosting family while enjoying … more

Campbell Dean Appointed To N.C. Institute Of Medicine

Dr. Michael L. Adams, dean of the Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, has been appointed a member of the North Carolina Institute of Medicine (NCIOM). Dr. Adams joins … more

JCC Foundation

The Johnston Community College Foundation has announced the launch of the 2018 JCC Foundation Truck Raffle. This year, the foundation is partnering with Deacon Jones Chevrolet of Smithfield to … more
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