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Teaching Scholars Coming To Johnston County

Two teaching scholars have been selected to teach in Johnston County Public Schools as part of a pilot program with N.C. State College of Education and The Innovation Project (TIP). The Innovation … more

CCCC Offers Collision Repair And Refinishing Technology

Central Carolina Community College now offers the Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology program. The program prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, … more

Hundreds Attend JCPS Project-Based Learning Expo

Students and teachers from across Johnston County showcased their latest work at the district’s Project-Based Learning Expo. Teachers across the district have been implementing Project-Based … more

Harnett Health Receives National Award For Patient Safety

Harnett Health Betsy Johnson and Central Harnett hospitals received the Healthgrades 2018 Patient Safety Excellence Award. This award recognizes the superior performance of the top 10 percent of … more

NOAA Shipwreck Exploration To Be Shown Live At Aquarium

MANTEO — The deep-water robotic investigation of an unidentified shipwreck off the North Carolina coast will be shown live to guests at the N.C. Aquarium on Roanoke Island on June 25. The National … more

NASCAR King Ready To Travel With Real ID

Card will be required in 2020 to travel. Just in time for the summer travel season, NASCAR legend Richard Petty applied for his N.C. REAL ID at the Asheboro driver’s license office this … more

JCPS Announces New Online Enrollment Process

Johnston County Public Schools has implemented a new online enrollment/registration system for all new students coming to the district. The new process is also for current students who are … more

Museum Turns 30

Join in a birthday party for Museum of Cape Fear. The Museum of the Cape Fear is celebrating its 30th birthday with a party and the public is invited. Thursday, the first day of summer, from 6 to … more

We Live In A World Where More People Die Of Starvation A Day Than Died On D-Day

I will tell you here at the beginning if you don’t want to feel sad or perhaps even helpless for the rest of the day, stop reading now. This column will not make you feel well. I don’t want it to … more

Riverside Community Action Network Roadside Cleanup

Riverside Community Action Network gathered June 2 to conduct its quarterly roadside cleanup. The cleanup is one activity the organization participates in to engage their community. The organization … more

National ASK Day Observed June 21

Tragic gun accidents kill and injure thousands of kids every year. Over one-third of homes with children have guns. Many are kept unlocked and loaded, and every year thousands of children are killed … more

Cheap Cellphone Plans For Seldom Calling Seniors

What are the cheapest cellphone plans available to seniors today? I’m 78 years old and want it primarily for emergency purposes. Dear Infrequent, While unlimited high-speed data, video … more
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