Staff Writer The Harnett Dispatch Harnett County Checkbook Online One of the first actions that the new County Board of Commissioners implemented was to make the County finances more transparent. In a motion led by Chairman Burgin the County checkbook is now online and can
Archives for December 2012
Editorial Please bring home some bacon Representative David Lewis I am now old enough to remember the old slogan, “bring home some bacon”, that politicians once used in their campaigns for the North Carolina General Assembly and US Congress. In the case of many who have represented Harnett County in the NCGA they
Breaking News Developing Story Staff Writer The Harnett Dispatch Sources say that Mayor Oscar Harris has elected Councilman Bryan S. Galbreath Mayor Pro Tem currently held by Councilman Carnell Robinson. This is a strange move in local Government to change Mayor Pro Tem in mid-term. Many people who have heard the news are shocked
Blue Light Bandit at it Again The Blue light bandit strikes again in the Cokesbury Rd area on Saturday around 2:05am, the vehicle with lights flashing tried to stop a vehicle on Cokesbury Rd. Please be aware of vehicles behind you with flashing lights. If you feel that it may not be the police
Harnett County Republican Party 20 Year Member Ousted This month’s republican meeting was a meeting of the celebration of the victory’s on election night. The Republican Party meets once a month to discuss business and other matters pertaining to the party. This month the meeting took a different turn when many members approached a
Harnett County Man Caught Gardening Marijuana Daniel Glover The Harnett Dispatch A Harnett County man was charged with manufacture schedule VI controlled substance and Maintaining dwelling for purpose of controlled substance, both felony charges. There were several Marijuana plants found during the search of the home.
Angier Chamber Holds Ribbon Cutting for Two Gals Printing and Shipping. They are located at 19 E. Depot Street, owned and operated by Mother/Daughter Team, Vicky Dunlap and Lori Pittman.
Daniel Glover, editor of the Harnett Dispatch said “that he is happy to see the numbers that the paper has reached in just a little over two weeks” it shows that people in Harnett are enjoying the Dispatch’s format and that the non-stop breaking news serves the county well. As for the future of the
On December 2, 2012 at approximately 11:30 hours Officer’s from the Angier Police Department and the Harnett County Sheriff’s Office responded to a domestic disturbance at 150 Coats Circle in the city limits of Angier, N.C. Upon arrival a struggle ensued between the suspect and officers on scene inside of an apartment, shots were fired