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Sheriff Needs Your Help

If you can identify the suspect in this photo please contact Det. Lee at 910-893-0153 or the tip line at 910-893-0300. This case is in reference to several breaking and entering cases in the area of Ray Rd. and Overhills Road on or about 1-19-14. Please share.    

The WHHS Chapter of the National Technical Honor Society

The WHHS Chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) held their 3rd annual “Easter Egg Hunt” for the children and grandchildren of the faculty and staff of Western Harnett High School on April 9, 2014. The NTHS is an honor society for Career and Technical Education students. Members of the WHHS NTHS Chapter use

The North Carolina Highway Patrol

  The North Carolina Highway Patrol held a press conference this week at Triton High School to kick of their “Operation Drive to Live” campaign. With the beginning of prom season scheduled beginning late April and early May, the North Carolina Highway Patrol launched Operation Drive to Live beginning April 21. The operation will be

Gentry Primary participated in the Pennies for Patients campaign

  Gentry Primary participated in the Pennies for Patients campaign to support the The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. This society is the leading national voluntary health agency dedicated to the mission of curing leukemia, lymphoma and melanoma, and improving the quality of life of patients and their families. Gentry students and staff raised $1,352.17 for

Erwin Elementary School hosted Harnett County’s very first Elementary Science Olympiad Competition

Erwin Elementary School hosted Harnett County’s very first Elementary Science Olympiad Competition Saturday, April 12, on its campus in Erwin. Eleven teams representing seven schools in Harnett, Cumberland, Johnston, and Wake counties competed in 18 events that consisted of a series of hands-on, interactive, challenging and inquiry-based events in the various disciplines of biology, earth

Harnett County cut the ribbon on its newest park this morning

  Harnett County cut the ribbon on its newest park this morning – Anderson Creek County Park at 1491 Nursery Road, Lillington. In attendance were many elected official including Chairman Joe Miller, Commissioner Gordon Springle, Senator Ron Rabin. Rep David Lewis and former Chairman Burgin were on hand even though they were in opposition to

Wallace to step down as Campbell president in June 2015

  FROM CAMPBELL.EDU BUIES CREEK — Campbell University President Jerry M. Wallace, who has led Campbell to unprecedented growth and transformed the university into a destination for leading health education and other key programs over the past 11 years, announced during a April 23 meeting of the university Board of Trustees that he will step

Harnett Sheriff Needs your Help

Can you identify either of the individuals in these still photos? They are suspects in a B&E that occurred during the early morning hours on 4-8-14 at Classic Automotive Services. The business is located on Shady Grove Road in Spring Lake (Harnett County). If you have any information about the identity of these suspects please

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