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Every new year brings with it changes and one many won’t like will greet postal customers as the price of sending a first class letters is going up by the end of January. It will be the largest … more
The Harnett County Fire Marshal’s office is investigating the cause of a fire which destroyed a mobile home in Angier Saturday night. No one was hurt. At approximately 7:30 p.m. Saturday, … more
The turmoil caused by forces both natural and otherwise were on the minds of local citizens and area leaders as 2018 draws to a close. Across the area citizens made reference to the devastation … more
A six-month undercover investigation by the Johnston County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division resulted in the arrests of three people during the execution of a search warrant at a home. Agents … more
A Godwin man died in an early morning accident Thursday near the Harnett and Sampson county line in what is being described as a head-on collision. According to the North Carolina State Highway … more
Dr. Nancy Finnigan, a board-certified physician specializing in nephrology and internal medicine, has joined the team of doctors at Harnett Health. Dr. Finnigan earned her medical degree from the … more
RALEIGH — The deadline for registering with FEMA has passed, but that does not mean FEMA is leaving. FEMA continues working with North Carolina Emergency Management to help survivors and … more
The man accused of killing a man in Dunn earlier this month made his first appearance in court Thursday morning. Alexander Corradaryl Nelson, 22, of Raleigh appeared in front of District Court … more
Christmas is now over and people are beginning to return their lives to their regular routines. That includes taking down the decorations of the recent holiday season and properly discarding the … more
The Daily Record told you back in March that the New Year’s Day community gathering to enjoy black-eyed peas and other fixings is still alive. Now, less than a week from the big day, the plan is … more
North Carolina’s New Year tradition of family adventure, exercise and reconnection with nature continues in 2019 with First Day Hikes throughout the state parks system on Jan. 1 including a popular … more
With the dawning of a new year also comes the implementation of new laws and 2019 will be no exception, although they might not be as noticeable as in years past. The North Carolina Legislature … more
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