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ANGIER - State First Lady Kristin Cooper visited McGee’s Crossroads Elementary School Wednesday morning to support a No Kid Hungry NC initiative. more
GREENVILLE — East Carolina University’s College of Education awarded scholarships to more than 100 students, including one from Harnett County, for the 2019-20 academic year. Maranda Hogel of … more
A school bus carrying 21 students crashed outside of Benson Friday morning, leaving two with minor injuries. more
CULLOWHEE – Western Carolina University has announced its its dean’s/chancellor’s list for the summer sessions of 2019. A total of 124 WCU students have been named to the dean’s list for … more
MOUNT OLIVE — The University of Mount Olive recently hosted its sixth annual AgFest event to promote and celebrate awareness of agriculture and other academic opportunities at the school. The event … more
The Education Committee of the Dunn Area Chamber of Commerce presented a Golden Apple Award to Kim Ogilvie, reading interventionist at Wayne Avenue Elementary School. Dunn Chamber Past President … more
SANFORD — The Central Carolina Community College Phi Beta Lambda Chapter participated in the National Leadership Conference in San Antonio, Texas. The college’s PBL Chapter received national … more
Like much of eastern North Carolina last year, Harnett County Schools suffered its share of damage from Hurricane Florence. The monster storm left an apocalyptic trail of destruction in its path: … more
Cape Fear Christian Academy’s Student Council led a wonderful service at its weekly chapel on Patriot Day. The entire school from preschool through seniors attended along with local first … more
When a student was found with a gun at Triton High School Thursday, parents received a robocall from Harnett County Schools advising them of the "isolated incident." But it was the second such incident in two days. more
With two new elementary school projects heading towards construction, the Harnett County Schools Board of Education plans to keep addressing potential overcrowding. Board member Eddie Jaggers, a … more
The quick response of educators and school officials helped maintain safety at Triton High after someone reported a student had a gun on campus Thursday, according to Harnett County Schools spokeswoman Natalie Ferrell. more
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