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Police are investigating after two thieves reportedly bound and robbed a 62-year-old man in an Erwin home invasion early Monday morning. The victim told police the men broke into his home in the … more
Sampson County Sheriff Jimmy Thornton is echoing the sentiments of other top cops across the state, calling Gov. Roy Cooper’s executive order requiring face masks in public to help stem the … more
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The North Carolina State Highway Patrol and Harnett County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a Vass man. Officers were called to the area of Romona … more
Gov. Roy Cooper told state school boards earlier this month to develop a three-pronged plan for reopening campuses in August. Part of Cooper’s mandate centered around what specific health and … more
An Angier man scored the final top prize in the James Bond 007 scratch-off game. more
North Carolinians will remain in the “Safer at Home” Phase 2 for three more weeks and many will have to wear masks in public under new state orders from Gov. Roy Cooper. Here’s what the latest order means: more
Dust from the Sahara Desert that has been pouring off the western coast of Africa and into the Atlantic has effectively put the Atlantic hurricane season on pause, with the exception of short-lived … more
Snow Bowden took a conservative approach with Erwin’s budget this year. COVID-19 created an uncertain economic outlook for 2020 and Erwin’s town manager decided to prepare for the worst and … more
A walk for peace, race equality and unity — with police joining protesters — didn’t seem possible in Harnett County a month ago. The idea that nearly every town would host one, wasn’t on the … more
Some started thinking of doing something else. Others started telling children not to follow in their footsteps. Morale among law enforcement officers cratered in the wake of George Floyd’s … more
Conservative proved to be a key word among city managers across Harnett County when preparing for this year’s budget. Lillington City Manager Joseph Jeffries relayed much of the same sentiments … more
Campbell University already released several plans related to reopening its campus amidst the COVID-19 pandemic with more to come. University officials created a task force designed to implement … more
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