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This weekend’s opening of Sampson Community Theatre’s production of Noel Coward’s “Blithe Spirit” has been postponed. The theater, located at 115 Fayetteville St., Clinton, was slightly … more
Due to the recent weather, the 2018 Clayton Chamber of Commerce’s Clayton Harvest Festival has been rescheduled to Oct. 31 through Nov. 4. from its original dates of Sept. 12-16. The new date … more
Local singer/songwriter Paige Johnson will host a benefit concert in the parking lot of Johnson Properties tonight at 7. There is no admission charge for the show; however, donations of canned goods … more
The name Carson Gregory is a familiar one to most folks in the Coats area. In fact, a country road is named after him. What did he do that made him such a popular citizen in our rural area and … more
“Peppermint” follows Riley North (Jennifer Garner), a mother who’s husband, Chris (Jeff Hephner) and daughter’s (Cailey Fleming) life are taken by Diego Garcia, a Mexican crime-lord who has a … more
The reunion which is held each year to celebrate the founding of Old Bluff Presbyterian Church in 1758 is still on for this weekend. Hurricane Florence could not stop the annual event which will … more
The Harnett County NAACP 48th Freedom Fund Banquet will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Dunn Community Building. Tickets are $25 a person. Children younger than 13 are $12.50 and those younger … more
Area communities are now in cleanup mode for the leftovers from Hurricane Florence and the damages left in her wake. Town crews across the area are setting guidelines for residents who wish to … more
Old Bluff Reunion Sunday This year is the 260th year since the Old Bluff Church’s founding in 1758. A reunion will be held there on Sunday. Worship is at 11 a.m. followed by a covered dish lunch … more
The Cape Fear River has always played an important role in the life of many folks in my home community, Buckhorn in Lee County, located several miles from Broadway. My grandpa (Puzie Lett) was the … more
By Rick Curl and Tom Woerner Jaden Adyarko, 11 “We just stayed in the house playing games like Uno and Sorry. We also played on our electronics and when we could we went out to eat, so it’s … more
Jim Burgin for N.C. Senate is hosting a For A Brighter Future Dinner Saturday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. This is a free meet-and-greet dinner at Crossroads Church of Lillington, located at 1301 S. Main … more
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