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Earlier this week, the U.S. Surgeon General suggested it may come down to the public using masks to help slow the spread of the cornoavirus (COVID-19), but North Carolina health officials believe it should be a move made later as more is learned, leaving the masks, for now, at least, in the hands of healthcare workers. more
State health officials continued their reluctance to even offer a vague prediction of when the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will reach its peak in North Carolina. more
Harnett Health facilities are running low on supplies as the COVID-19 pandemic shows no signs of slowing down. The shortage has led health care providers to ration what they have. more
County commissioners and municipal boards have decided to close its doors and stream meetings live online to follow guidelines restricting gatherings in the COVID-19 pandemic. But is that a … more
WASHINGTON, DC — “It’s the one question nearly all Social Security recipients are asking: Will I get a coronavirus stimulus check? If yes, do I get one even if I haven’t filed … more
A Harnett County man serving a life sentence for first-degree murder was granted early release under a program designed to ease inmate reentry into society. Kenneth Aaron McNeill, 54, was … more
The number of patients sick with the coronavirus (COVID-19) jumped over the past few days to 18 cases in Harnett County, according to the Harnett County Health Department. The state’s number of … more
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper issued an order barring utility companies from shutting off services to residents who are unable to pay their bills as the state continues to battle the coronavirus (COVID-19). more
Police are looking for a man accused of shooting someone in an argument on Magnolia Avenue Saturday. Dunn police were called to 803 N. Magnolia Ave. in reference to a possible gunshot victim at … more
Unemployment payments for people who lost their job due to COVID-19 started going out this week. As administrators with the North Carolina Division of Employment Security await guidance regarding … more
Nearly every industry has been affected in some way or another by the cornoavirus (COVID-19), and the funeral service industry is no exception. more
Last week Congress passed, and President Trump signed into law, a $2.3 trillion relief package to aid the economy and residents. Here’s what you need to know about the tax rebates coming to … more
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