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A white wolf spotted in the Anderson Creek area, according to reports, is not the same animal that was reported missing from a conservation den over the summer. Lisa Meredith, owner of the … more
The small Cumberland County town of Godwin — population 140 — will grow a little larger this weekend when it hosts Godwin Community Day. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Godwin, located just 8 … more
Like much of eastern North Carolina last year, Harnett County Schools suffered its share of damage from Hurricane Florence. The monster storm left an apocalyptic trail of destruction in its path: … more
The Harnett County Board of Commissioners told Parks and Recreation Department Director Carl Davis that parks will not be named after individuals for the foreseeable future. The panel says the … more
The town of Angier has a new face leading the finance department and he has already begun to shape the future of one of the town’s most important divisions. Hans Kalwitz recently took over the … more
A Dunn staple is changing hands. Crossroads Automotive Group recently purchased Dunn-Benson Ford, marking the first time in decades that a member of the Lamm family will not be overseeing the … more
There’s a horse now sitting in quarantine you can call lucky in more ways than one. Lucky the horse was discovered abandoned last week in an overgrown pasture near Greensboro. Thanks to the … more
When a student was found with a gun at Triton High School Thursday, parents received a robocall from Harnett County Schools advising them of the “isolated incident.” But it was the second such … more
Blue skies, nature, history, music and art filled the day’s activities Saturday at Raven Rock State Park. The Harnett County park, created with the passage and adoption of North Carolina Senate … more
A staff member was treated and released for minor injuries after an inmate-involved altercation at Harnett Correctional Institution in Lillington. According to North Carolina Department of Public … more
While Saturday proved a little on the humid side, the sticky weather didn’t stop thousands of people from flocking to Angier for the 46th annual Crepe Myrtle Celebration. Downtown transformed … more
The dwindling ranks of re-enators didn’t help the Union Army in a recreated battle at Averasboro Saturday for the battlefield and museum’s “Civil War Army on the Move” event. Re-enactors … more
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