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State officials have declared an internal quarantine on sweet potatoes used for planting. It takes effect immediately and won’t affect the sweet potatoes you buy fresh in grocery stores and other … more
Counterfeit money has returned to Dunn, according to police reports. The Dunn Police Department has investigated two reports of funny money in the last week. In the most recent incident, police … more
A Johnston County man was arrested last week after a package mailed from India was delivered to him. Authorities said the packaged contained Tramadol, Valium and Xanax pills. The U.S. Postal … more
This weekend was Erwin’s turn to shine as fall festival season continues throughout the area. The Denim Days day-long celebration was held Saturday turning the downtown area into a place for fun … more
Monday night’s Harnett County Board of Commissioners meeting might best be described as a Clint Eastwood spaghetti western ­— “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.” The bad came the day … more
Smithfield police have arrested a 44 year-old Erwin woman on five charges – three of them felonies – following a shoplifting incident at Burkes Outlet. On June 13 at 1:05 p.m., police … more
Harnett County investigators are still working to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed a Lillington area club over the weekend. Firefighters were called to the 401 Club south of Lillington … more
It was the second day of the 301 Endless Yard Sale, where hundreds of neighbors from Dunn to Weldon and points in between clean out the closet to put thousands of items out for public sale along U.S. … more
N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper has appointed a longtime Dunn resident and attorney as a member of a state commission. Cooper appointed Heather Williams as a second congressional representative on the N.C. … more
A tragic wreck west of Lillington early Tuesday took the life of a woman and one of her 11-year-old twins who was with her in the car. The wreck occurred on U.S. Highway 421 just after midnight in … more
Private universities like Campbell University will still make their own decisions regarding the selling of alcohol at athletic events if a law opening the way for state-supported universities to sell … more
A large crowd of public officials, business owners and the general public officially cut the ribbon on a new natural gas line that is now available for local businesses in parts of … more
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