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Top Stories for Thursday, May 5th, 2016:






By OONAGH McQUARRIE

Of The Record Staff

Melinda Alvardo and her students are working on a gardening project after winning a grant from the Harnett Off Broadway programs.

Ms. Alvarado is working with a group of Exceptional Children and Academically or Intelligently Gifted (AIG) students in grades from kindergardenthrough second to plant flowers and vegetables in several beds around the school.

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By TYLER DOUGLAS

Of The Record Staff

After tabling a controversial rezoning request to construct a new apartment complex in Angier last month, commissioners decided to nix the plan Tuesday night.

Angier’s Municipal Building was crowded this week, resembling the scene from April when the board first discussed the rezoning request from Raleighbased Pendergraph Companies for property along Tippet Road — an approximate 20-acre tract for a proposed 68-unit multi-family...


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Man to go without food to raise money for Angier church.

By TYLER DOUGLAS

Of The Record Staff

Aaron Betts will be in a peculiar situation Friday evening.

The 76-year-old Kipling area native is set to climb into a small elevated box this weekend and fast — as in not eat — until he raises $3,000 for his church.

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Harnett County leaders will hold the third in a series of forums tonight to update citizens on issues facing the community in the coming days.

County department heads, staff members and elected officials with host the forum at Northwest Harnett Fire Department at 7 p.m.

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Wednesday, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell announced the Tri-County Community Health Council Inc. of Newton Grove received $1 million, part of $4.3 million in funding awarded to five health centers in North Carolina for facility renovation, expansion or construction. Health centers will use this funding to increase their patient capacity and to provide additional comprehensive primary and preventive health services to medically underserved...

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By KEILAH GOFF

Of The Record Staff

The Governmental Affairs Committee of the Dunn Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a Government/Community Update Luncheon in the cafeteria at the Central Carolina Community College Dunn Enrichment Center, part of the restored Harnett Training School campus.

Kevin Jackson, interim president for Harnett Health, and newly- appointed Harnett County Sheriff Wayne Coats were the featured speakers.

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By AL MYATT

Sports Editor

There’s no mystery why Methodist softball coach Ron Simpson recruited Lindsey Champion of Triton as a hitter and pitcher.

Going into the second round of the Two Rivers 3-A Conference tournament at Cleveland on Tuesday evening, Champion was hitting .432 with 26 runs batted in.

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From CU Media Services

Campbell will begin play in the NCAA Women’s Golf Regional Championship today for the 19th time in 24 years.

Coach John Crooks’ Big South Conference champions will be paired with Indiana and Sun Belt Conference champ Texas State and start from the 10th tee at 10 a.m. on the Traditions Club in Bryan, Texas.

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From Staff Reports

South Johnston senior Patrick Stephenson shot a 68 at Reedy Creek on Monday to take medalist honors at the 3-A regional.

Stephenson will tee off at 8 a.m. Monday at Whispering Pines in the first round of the NCHSAA tournament.

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