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Harnett County Schools heard a proposal last week that could help protect students who ride the bus. Jean Souliere, CEO and founder of Bus Patrol, presented the board of education with a program … more
Mass gatherings are limited to 25 people under Gov. Roy Cooper’s current executive order to curb the spread of COVID-19, but that rule hasn’t applied to protests. Many have questioned why … more
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services began distributing a one-time supplemental payment to families enrolled in the Work First Cash Assistance program with one … more
Lee County Government officials have announced a Lee County resident has tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). This is the first confirmed positive... more
ANGIER - State First Lady Kristin Cooper visited McGee’s Crossroads Elementary School Wednesday morning to support a No Kid Hungry NC initiative. more
A Dunn woman has become the fifth person to be arrested and charged in the shooting death of Demetrius Monte Johnson, who police say was shot and killed while driving along U.S. Highway 301 near Dunn … 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
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