Local Attorney to be featured on Pawn Star’s Local attorney and Fuquay Varina Commissioner, Jason Wunsch announced that Pawn Star’s will feature an episode that will feature him on January 2nd @ 10 p.m.
Archives for December 2013
Join us in congratulating Crime Prevention Sergeant Aaron Meredith on his being awarded the “North Carolina Order of the Long Leaf Pine”. The award was signed by Governor Pat McCrory and presented by Sheriff Rollins at the Sheriff’s Office Christmas luncheon on December 18th. Sgt. Meredith was recommended for his outstanding efforts in community policing and
Outgoing Dean Benjamin Hawkins: “There’ll always be a special place in my heart for Campbell” From Campbell.edu December 18, 2013 | Leave a Comment School of Business achievements during Hawkins era Benjamin Hawkins shared a few of the things that the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business has accomplished during his time as dean that he’s particularly proud
The Overhills High School Band and Jazz Band, directed by Michael Sutton, visited Overhills Elementary School and performed some of their holiday music for the students’ enjoyment!
Congratulations to the 37 Overhills Middle students who were selected for All-County Band this year! All-County Honor’s Band clinic was held at Triton High November 22-23 culminating in a 3:00pm concert. Ms. Tanya Talton is the Overhills Middle band director.
On 12-14-13 shortly after 1:00 am, a resident in the 200 block of Castle Wood in Harnett County was approached by two unknown black male suspects as he exited his vehicle. The suspects robbed the victim at gunpoint and fired a weapon at him… as they left the scene in a red early nineties model
The Reason Why I Love Christmas A few years ago during the Christmas season I was visiting a member of the church I pastored who was in the hospital. As I was leaving, a lady with whom I was sharing the elevator commented that she liked my Christmas tie. I responded, “Thank you” and
Mrs. Joiner’s 4th Grade class (know as Team Possible) from Overhills Elementary recently visited our state capital and went to the Capitol Building. While walking on the grounds the class saw Governor Pat McCrory and he came over and met the students and took a picture with them.