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RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is reporting the state’s highest one day number of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases with 1,370 cases reported. … more
A prayer vigil and unity march is planned for 6 p.m. in Coats Sunday, organized by a second cousin of George Floyd.  Rev. Brian Davis says the group will start the march on North McLean … more
State Highway Patrol troopers are on the scene of a one-car wreck near the 72-mile marker off of Interstate 95. The crash appears to involve a fatality, according to witnesses on the scene. The … more
Military spouses and veterans could find it easier to get jobs in North Carolina with a bill approved by the House Judiciary Committee. Now the bill heads to the House's Homeland Security, Military and Veterans Affairs committee. more
Board wars continue Anyone who thought a global pandemic and civil unrest would bring the Harnett County Board of Education and Harnett County commissioners closer together was wrong. In the … more
Two local pastors decided to come together this weekend as a way of expressing unity in a time a social division. Pastor Randy Hill with Gospel Tabernacle Church and Ron Spears, the senior pastor … more
Tyme Watlington was yelling “no justice, no peace” on the corner of Cumberland Street and General Lee Avenue with a varied group of like-minded protesters Wednesday evening when the police pulled … more
SALISBURY — Food Lion customers have the opportunity to make a much-needed difference in their neighbors’ lives by making a $5 donation to Feeding America® and 30 of its member food banks located across Food Lion’s service area through the retailer’s new “Summers Without Hunger” campaign. The campaign is supported by six suppliers to Food Lion – Campbells®, Hormel®, Kellogg’s®, Pepsi Co.®, Seald Sweet® and Tyson® – who will each donate up to 250,000 units of product to help fight hunger in the towns and cities Food Lion serves. more
RALEIGH — As North Carolina grapples with President Trump’s call to pull the Republican National Convention from Charlotte, both Democrats and Republicans are seizing on the moment … 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
It came with very little surprise to most independent observers that President Donald Trump indicated Tuesday night he would move the Republican National Convention from Charlotte after Gov. Roy Cooper refused to allow an open convention. more
A Dunn man is facing an assault charge after he was accused of stabbing a teen outside of Pizza Inn in Dunn Tuesday afternoon. Dunn police were called to the parking lot near the restaurant at … more
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