My Daily Record




Free
Content:





Special Sections

Click a Special Section cover below or button above to view our publications just as they appeared in print, for free!


Yellow Pages Wheels Homes Jobs Classifieds


Top Stories for Friday, July 25th, 2014:






By TOM WOERNER

Of The Record Staff

A large group of Harnett Central Middle School parents made it clear at a public hearing Wednesday night they want their children to remain at the school despite overcrowded conditions instead of moving to other locations to create more space.

...
---Click for Full Story---



By TOM WOERNER

Of The Record Staff

There will be a unique opportunity to look into the pages of history Saturday night with the appearance of one of the best known civil rights leaders of the 1960s.

...
---Click for Full Story---



By TOM WOERNER

Of The Record Staff

The Harnett County Schools named replacement principals at Dunn Middle School and Overhills High School at a meeting Wednesday night.

...
---Click for Full Story---



By OONAGH McQUARRIE

Of The Record Staff

North Carolina Secretary of Health and Human Services Aldona Wos visited Campbell’s new osteopathic medical school Thursday to speak to Dean John Kauffman about the challenges faced by rural medicine practitioners, and what the state can do to assist Campbell in encouraging more doctors to stay in rural areas.

...
---Click for Full Story---



By OONAGH McQUARRIE

Of The Record Staff

There will be a fundraiser to help 11-year-old Antuan Snead II Saturday in Four Oaks.

...
---Click for Full Story---



By KEILAH GOFF

Of The Record Staff

Bubbly, poised and exuding a buoyant energy, Karson Fair, 17, a rising senior at South Johnston High School, sat with the four-pointed crown of Miss North Carolina’s Outstanding Teen balanced perfectly on her head. The excitement she feels for her upcoming event is palpable and contagious.

...
---Click for Full Story---



From Staff Reports

The East All-Stars had a 10-0 lead with less than five minutes remaining at Jamison Stadium in Greensboro on Wednesday night but had to settle for a 10-10 tie in the annual football game sponsored by the North Carolina Coaches Association.

...
---Click for Full Story---