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Teachers Ready To Kick Off Year

Staff members from schools around the county came out to celebrate a new year at the Harnett County Schools’ annual convocation event which was held on the campus of Campbell University … more

Kellie’s Crew 5K Coming Saturday

One of the area’s best-known fundraising events which raises money to help patients suffering from a rare cancer will be held again Saturday. The 10th annual Kellie’s Krew Run For A Cure will … more

Linden Man Charged As The Ramsey Street Rapist

Detectives with the Fayetteville Police Department’s Cold Case Sexual Assault Unit have charged a suspect in connection with six cold case rape investigations that occurred between March 2006 and … more

MedServe: Helping Provide Needed Care In Rural Communities

The first class of medical fellows to help address a pressing issue in rural health care recently concluded, but the future of the program remains strong. Benson Area Medical Center is the home of … more

Cape Fear Youth Day Draws Large Crowd

An event on Saturday allowed children to experience nature, some getting the chance to wet a hook while fishing for the very first time. Cape Fear Youth Day was presented for the 14th consecutive … more

It’s Back To School For Cape Fear

When the doors opened at Cape Fear Christian Academy Wednesday, students didn’t realize the school would celebrate a milestone this academic year. All they cared about was seeing their friends and … more

Campbell Street Fair Attracts Hundreds

The threat of rain and thunderstorms and stifling temperatures could not deter hundreds of Campbell University students from coming out to enjoy the annual street fair to kick off another academic … more

State Of The City

A good-sized audience at the Central Carolina Community College Dunn Enrichment Center learned that the City of Dunn is in good financial shape and that city leaders’ top priority is paving. The … more

Students, Civic Leaders Show Teacher Appreciation

A group of students at Harnett Central Middle School teamed with a local civic club to show staff members at the school their appreciation as the countdown continues toward the first day of classes … more

Teen Artist Getting Taste Of The Big Time

Thanks to a teen-only exhibit at a Fayetteville art gallery, one local girl has earned the chance to host her own show. Cassidy English stands as the definition of a successful artist with a … more

Erwin Residents Make Demands Clear

A large group of Erwin citizens, most dressed in the Erwin School’s traditional bright red colors, came to a Harnett County Board of Commissioners meeting Monday night to demand action on a new … more

Angier Man Pleads In DWI Murder

Ronald Trevor Holland, 45, of Angier pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in Johnston County Superior Court. The charge arose from a wreck that occurred on Old Fairground Road on May 16, 2017, in … more
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