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Benson native Teresa McLamb Blackmon, a retired English teacher and daughter of the late Willis and Ruth McLamb, has her first book of poems coming out at the end of the month. Blackmon’s father … more
Grilling chicken is an easy way to transform this versatile food into something even more delicious. Various cultures serve chicken in kebab form after grilling it over an open flame, and taste is a … more
The first 2021 Dunn Chamber Concert Series event presented by the Dunn Area Tourism Authority will be held Thursday, April 15 from 6 to 9 p.m. featuring Bounce! Party Band. more
May 17 and 18 were quickly approaching when the Coats community would welcome back thousands of former graduates of Coats High School. For many of them they would be able to recall the wooden Coats … more
New Year's specials at the IGA grocery store included sirloin steak for $2.48 per pound, ground beef, $1.18 per pound, chicken fryer legs at 68 cents per pound and T-bone steak, $2.78 a pound. How do you like those prices? more
Frances McDormand gives another Oscar worthy performance in “Nomadland,” a striking and thoughtful film about people affected by Recession in America. more
The first Dunn Shriners Spring Antique, Classic, Open Car and Truck Show will be held Saturday, April 24 in the Dunn Shrine Center parking lot, 211 N. Clinton Ave., Dunn. more
Mark your calendars for the 20th Angier Bike Fest set for Friday and Saturday, June 4-5, at 19 W. Depot St., Angier. In addition to a bike show, biker games, music and vendors, there will be a … more
Celebrate Women’s History Month with the North Carolina Museum of History. more
The Benson Parks and Recreation Department will host Movies in the Grove starting Friday, April 16 with a screening of the movie “The Croods: A New Age,” rated PG. more
When the North Carolina Symphony takes the stage at Koka Booth Amphitheatre in June, it will have been nearly two full years since the orchestra last performed at its summer home in Cary. more
The Tobacco Farm Life Museum in Johnston County has opened a new exhibit about the history and science of soil and water conservation. more
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