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The town’s police department and public works division are receiving new vehicles in July. Three Dodge Chargers have been designated for police patrol, while the other five vehicles — … more
First-year coach captures share of East Central 2A boys' basketball title at former team's expense more
Trojans 4-0 on the season more
Saints end 3-game losing streak more
Jalyn McClammy emerges victorious at heavyweight against Queens-Charlotte more
Boyette emerges as Southern Wayne's top scorer more
First-ever event will span three days more
Starting Feb. 24, Group 3 frontline workers will become eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, beginning with anyone working in child care or in PreK through grade 12 schools. more
A local teenager, who founded Make A Difference Food Pantry, is a semifinalist in the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Program. Kenzie Hinson, one of 1,600-plus students selected, submitted an … more
The NC Association of Educators have said since the COVID-19 pandemic began last March that they’re eager to restart in-person instruction when it can be done safely. Remote learning has … more
Town officials continue to address burned-out street lights downtown. Mayor Ken Talton requested a review of the issue and asked police chief Jason Hughes to have his officers on patrol at night … more
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