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Finally, tomatoes are beginning to get ripe. It seems like we have waited forever to get good tasting maters again. As we watch these little green tomatoes swell up, nothing can be worse than … more
As summer officially begins, the American Red Cross reminds communities that patients are counting now on the generosity of blood and platelet donors. more
Cumberland County Animal Services is reminding residents to keep their furry friends safe this Fourth of July. more
Each July Fourth, thousands of people, often children and teens, are injured while using consumer fireworks. more
The Johnston County Heritage Center will be closed to the public during the week of July 11-16 while staff and volunteers relocate the Center’s Reading Room from the third floor to the ground floor. more
DEAR RUSTY: I was born in late 1951. When I retired five years ago, I was made aware that my own Social Security benefit was less than half of my husband’s SS Benefit. So, I chose to take half … more
The State Capitol in Raleigh is hosting a free, fun-filled family July Fourth event that offers musical performances and several hands-on activities for children to enjoy. more
A look back at the news that made headlines in The Daily Record this week 50, 40, 30 and 20 years ago. more
South River Electric Membership Corporation’s Community Assistance Corporation recently awarded grants totaling $50,321 to local schools and nonprofits thanks to participants in Operation Round Up. more
A Benson physician presented scholarships to six recent high school graduates who plan to enter the health care profession. more
On July 4, anglers of any age or residency status will be allowed to fish without a license in North Carolina. more
The town of Godwin, population 129, made its mark for firsts this week with the unveiling of some new library technology. Newly installed, automated book lockers were unveiled Tuesday when Mayor … more
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