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Johnston County will serve as a pilot county for the new Electronic Death Registration System implemented by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Johnston was chosen along with … more
Dunn police and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s help to solve a case of multiple shootings reported in the city Sept. 10. Officers responded to a call of a shooting with … more
Builders, who want to create large-scale subdivisions, are now required to include an area for non-residential or commercial development within their building plans. The Harnett County Board of … more
Several issues are starting to arise as early voting continues at sites around Harnett County. More than 15,000 people cast their ballots at the four sites as of Tuesday while more than 5,000 have … more
A Bunnlevel man is facing child sex charges in two counties. Jerry Lee Hall, 58, is accused of sexually assaulting a female minor known to him over a several year period, according to Harnett … more
People interested in attending a Christmas parade in Harnett County this year will have to do a little searching before heading out the door. COVID-19’s impact on society continued last … more
The Stewart Theater opened in 1949 and became the heart of downtown Dunn. It beat for decades until 1987 when changing times shuttered its doors. Harnett Regional Theater revived it with … more
Jerry Hockaday, who has served as chairman of the Angier ABC Board for about two decades, says allegations raised by the store’s former financial officer/bookkeeper are not true. “I … more
The following information on felony arrests was provided by local law enforcement agencies. Harnett County Sheriff’s Office Oct. 19 Curtis Lee West Jr., 26, of Dunn was charged with … more
WHAT DOES A NORMAL DAY LOOK LIKE FOR YOU? (OR HOW DO YOU START EACH DAY?) A normal day for me prior to the COVID-19 pandemic would be to start the day with coffee, plenty of coffee before going to … more
Investigators in Benson are continuing their search for a driver who, they say, intentionally struck a pedestrian Friday night. Around 11:30 p.m. an unidentified man was walking in Gaines Mobile … more
Gov. Roy Cooper announced Thursday that applications are now being accepted for the N.C. Housing Opportunities and Prevention of Evictions (HOPE) Program, which will assist eligible low- and … more
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