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Public health officials with the Harnett County Health Department are encouraging women age 40 and older to “spring into action” and schedule a mammogram. The Health Department is working to … more
The Guardian ad Litem Program had a swearing-in for volunteer child advocates in District 11. The volunteers completed the required advocate training and the District Court Judge Resson Faircloth … more
RALEIGH – You wouldn’t take photos in the middle of an interstate, so why stand on railroad tracks to get that one shot? That’s what the N.C. Department of Transportation’s BeRailSafe … more
Wee Miss Princess of N.C. 2019 Reese Honeycutt and Tiny Miss Princess of N.C. 2019 Katelynn Vancil invite you to come and be their guest for a royalty fundraiser this weekend. “Once Upon a … more
March is national nutrition month, and the Harnett County Health Department is working to inform residents about the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program. WIC provides supplemental foods, … more
DEAR SAVVY SENIOR: Is there anything seniors can do to stop perpetual robocalls? It seems like I get five to 10 a day on my home and cellphone, and I’m sick of it! — Frustrated Frank DEAR … more
Prospective students, their families and the residents of southeastern North Carolina will have the opportunity to discover educational opportunities and resources at Fayetteville State University … more
East Averasboro Democrats to meet There is a called meeting of the Democrats in East Averasboro Thursday, March 28. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. and will be held at the Dunn Community Center … more
The John K. Beasley family reunion will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 24, in the Holly Grove Advent Christian Church fellowship building, 2050 Holly Grove Church Road, in the Meadow community. … more
The City of Dunn is currently looking for leaders to serve on the City’s Advisory Boards. Many opportunities exist for citizens who have a desire to become more involved with issues that affect our … more
Several Angier area residents told the school board they do not like a plan that was proposed last month that would send some children who now attend Harnett Central Middle School to Dunn Middle … more
New Dunn Senior Enrichment Center Director Gwen Collins brings not only a wealth of ideas, but an even greater wealth of foresight as she tries to make the job her own. She brings with her a trail … more
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