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Tracy McLamb has been named general manager of The Daily Record and Sunbelt Press, announced Keven Zepezauer, president and publisher. Mr. McLamb is responsible for the day-to-day … more
A group of Lillington residents asked town members for help dealing with a water issue they say has tormented residents for several years. A large group of people who live in the area of Cedar … more
Five members of the same Johnston County family ended up in jail after authorities said they attempted to prevent deputies and social workers from leaving a home with a 4-month-old baby. Johnston … more
It’s coming down to the wire, with less than two weeks before the opening of school, but Harnett County Schools officials think construction crews will make a deadline and open the new Benhaven … more
The Coats Board of Commissioners approved a long list of new business during last Thursday’s regular monthly meeting, including one item that will get things rolling cleaning up dilapidated … more
Thursday marks the latest edition of Sundown In Downtown, hosted by the Greater Benson Chamber of Commerce. This week the Liquid Pleasure Band from Chapel Hill will take the stage from 6 to 9 p.m. … more
Two more people have been charged with counterfeiting money. Alisa Cheryl Bailey, 32, of Raleigh and Sidney Lide Rogers, 34, of Wake Forest were allegedly printing the money at the Super 8 motel … more
The four people charged in the shooting death of a Dunn man made their first appearance in court Monday and will all be back in court later this month. Deldrid Maurice Hines, 39, of Erwin is … more
One of the best-known, small-town pharmacies in the area is expanding, bringing similar services enjoyed by people throughout Coats and the surrounding area to Angier. Coats Pharmacy owner and … more
The Benson Police Department has brought in outside agencies in an attempt to find the person or persons who are responsible for multiple fires within a city block. Chief Kenneth Edwards told The … more
When the Automotive Restoration Program at Central Carolina Community College began, it was housed in an abandoned airplane hangar at the old airport. As the building began to deteriorate, school … more
There’s no question the tennis courts next to the Benson Civic Center have become more of an eyesore than a place to enjoy the sport. The nets are ragged and loose, the asphalt is cracked beyond … more
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