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North Carolina’s price gouging law is in effect after Gov. Roy Cooper declared a statewide state of emergency Monday in response to the temporary shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline. The pipeline was shut down after a ransomware cyberattack. more
RALEIGH — If you’re seeing long lines at gas stations, you’re not alone. The Colonial Pipeline shut down this weekend, saying it was hit with a ransomware attack Friday, May 7. The pipeline supplies nearly half of the fuel for the eastern part of the country and may be largely down through the rest of the week. more
A man shot in the wrist by a Johnston County deputy sheriff last week is out of the hospital and in the Johnston County Jail. more
Gov. Roy Cooper has declared May 9-15 as Hurricane Preparedness Week, joining the national effort to make people more aware of the dangers of hurricanes and encouraging all North Carolinians to prepare for tropical weather. more
A Dunn police officer was injured in a collision with a box truck carrying a utility trailer Monday evening. more
Central Carolina Community College has recognized approximately 100 outstanding students for its annual Academic Excellence Awards. more
The CCCC Foundation Board of Directors is honoring James French, a member of the CCCC Board of Trustees, by naming the Dreamkeeper Fund in his honor. more
The North Carolina Senate Monday, May 10 passed the Stop Addiction Fraud Emergency (SAFE) Act, sponsored by Sens. Jim Burgin (R-Harnett), Joyce Krawiec (R-Forsyth), and Jim Perry (R-Lenoir). more
Callers to 911 say a woman was driving erratically and crossing the center line on Plain View Highway just before she crashed head-on into a semitruck Tuesday morning. more
The Coats Senior Center will host a ladies luncheon at 11 a.m. Friday, May 21. Debra Vaughn with the Harnett County Elderly Nutrition Program will be the speaker. The cost is $5. To reserve your … more
Before hitting the beach this summer, visitors should remember to “share the shore” with beach-nesting birds, giving them their eggs and chicks a wide berth. more
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