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My congregation was robbed at gunpoint during a Christmas Eve candlelight service. This was in the early 1990s in Fayetteville at the first congregation I served. A man entered our church … more
Luke Pullen of Cub Scout Pack 381 makes his way down the hill at the 2017 Wilson District Cubmobile at the Wilson Moose Lodge. Luke won the Tigers division and was joined by Webelos winner Izick … more
WASHINGTON (AP) - Reversing his past calls for a speedy exit, President Donald Trump recommitted the United States to the 16-year-old war in Afghanistan Monday night, declaring U.S. troops must … more
  Dec. 5 William C. Farris, presiding McFarland/Tilley, prosecutors Caleb W. Ammons, misdemeanor larceny, 120 days misdemeanor confinement program, credit 107 days, remit … more
Last week we moved away from talking about Carolina Laundry and went down Kenan Street to Charles L. Coon High School, from which I graduated in 1951. Resource officers in the school were totally unheard of. Any outsider could walk freely into … more
RALEIGH (AP) — The court-appointed guardian for a toddler who drowned after he was reunited with his mother said Thursday that a bill to strengthen rules for when children are returned to parents would fix a small but important part of North … more
RALEIGH (AP) — Efforts by a House Republican to repeal laws granting certain local North Carolina governments authority to charge fees on new residential construction to help pay for anticipated schools and infrastructure have been partially … more
RALEIGH (AP) — The latest legislative attempt to let all North Carolina local governments post required legal notices on their websites instead of the newspaper is advancing despite worries by media representatives that it will limit public … more
RALEIGH (AP) — Laws approved by the Republican-dominated legislature that reduced powers of North Carolina’s new Democratic governor are getting challenged again - this time on arguments that the December special session in which they … more
WINSTON-SALEM (AP) — A North Carolina women’s college is working to meet a series of demands made by students after protests that lasted for more than a week, the school’s president said. Salem College president Lorraine … more
A Banker's Holiday [Photo gallery]
A Downtown Christmas includes three days of holiday events including a tree-lighting ceremony, a parade and plenty of fun for the kids. more
Light Up Brentwood [Photo gallery]
Light Up Brentwood was held Thursday evening at the Shoppes of Brentwood. more
Remember When? [Photo gallery]
Remember When? [Photo gallery]
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