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Two bail bondsman attempting to take a man into custody for violating the terms of his bond were mistaken by a witness as aggressors in a “shooting” in Erwin on Tuesday evening. The … more
A Fayetteville man was convicted late Friday in federal court for numerous violent acts and drug charges. After a three-day trial before Chief United States District Judge Richard E. Myers II, the … more
A KIA Sorento carrying four people rolled over on U.S. Highway 301 south of Dunn in the early morning hours of Wednesday. Dunn Emergency Services was dispatched at 1:02 a.m. to U.S. 301 near the … more
RALEIGH - Law enforcement officers statewide have a simple message ­— never drink and drive — as their annual Labor Day Booze It & Lose It campaign continues through … more
In response to rising mental health needs, another resource is available to behavioral health patients at emergency departments across the state. more
The Old Bluff Reunion marking the 264th anniversary of Bluff Presbyterian Church will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 25, at the church located at 4100 Old Bluff Road, Godwin. There will be a … more
The 48th Crepe Myrtle Celebration kicks off a two-day festival of food, entertainment, merchandise sales and games Friday night in downtown Angier. Food trucks, a beer garden and a live concert … more
From free concerts and movies to Food Truck Fridays and story times with Santa, there are plenty of things to do in the town of Angier now through the month of December. more
The flowering town of Angier’s roots date back to 1899 when a pressing need for lumber drew people to the vast sweep of towering pines in Wake and Harnett counties. The pines were perfect for … more
Crape (also spelled crepe) myrtle trees originally came from Asia. Now they are grown all over the world. It is one of the most versatile flowering trees. Crape myrtles have lots to offer with few … more
From rock to martial arts, the weekend will be jam packed with events. Here’s a look at the entertainment schedule: more
Vendors, nonprofits, businesses and politicians will be welcoming guests throughout the Crepe Myrtle Celebration Sept. 10. Here is what each booth will offer... more
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