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J. Bradley Creed, the fifth president of Campbell University since its beginning in 1887, spoke to the Kiwanis Club of Coats on Aug. 5 at Ron’s Barn. He gave a brief history of Campbell and also … more
RALEIGH – The N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles will suspend online driver services Saturday as part of routine scheduled maintenance. During the maintenance period, scheduled Saturday from 9 a.m. … more
RALEIGH — The school bells will be calling students back to the classroom soon and the American Red Cross wants to make sure your student is safe as they head back to school for the upcoming … more
If you’re a caregiver, you know all too well the struggles of trying to manage not only your loved one’s care, but your own daily obligations and those of your family. What if you could have a … more
FAYETTEVILLE — Major capital improvement projects underway at the Crown Coliseum will add years of service life to the entertainment facility and improve the customer experience. The Cumberland … more
RALEIGH — More money and iPads are coming to K-3 classrooms to bolster literacy instruction, but critics question the methods used to improve reading scores. The Department of Public Instruction … more
Recently the Dunn Public Library has added a selection of adult fiction books. Adult fiction “Fall or Dodge in Hell”/Neal Stephenson, science fiction “Mrs. Everything”/Jennifer … more
The Harnett County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a man and woman, who are listed as “wanted sex offenders,” after deputies say they fled the county with their infant … more
RALEIGH — The SECU Foundation announced the renewal of its SECU Bridge to Career Program — an initiative that provides scholarships to North Carolina students seeking education and training for … more
WASHINGTON – As part of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ commitment to a smoke-free health care environment for veterans, in October, the department will extend its smoke-free policies to … more
The following information on felony arrests was provided by local law enforcement agencies. Harnett County Sheriff’s Office Aug. 21 Clay Thomas Baker, 24, of Coats was charged with failure … more
DEAR RUSTY: I know that when a person turns 65 he or she must enroll in Medicare. I have been informed that the charge for this would be deducted from the Social Security benefit, if it has been … more
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