N.C. Metro Mayors Coalition 2nd Annual Legislator Interview Series with Rep. David Lewis Our very popular legislator interview series is back again this year! We are calling this year’s interviews the “N.C. House Speaker Candidate Series on Local Government.” Our summer legislative intern Rhiannon Bell sought interviews with the rumored candidates for Speaker of the N.C. House next session
Archives for September 2014
North Harnett Primary held a Constitution Day Assembly and Program on September 17. Students enjoyed learning about the Constitution by watching some School House Rocks video clips. Several students also participated in the program and shared the basic information and history about the Constitution. The North Harnett Glee Club, directed by music teacher, Kimberly Lee,
Army Sergeant Pleads Guilty For Scheme To Defraud The Military FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 15, 2014 WASHINGTON – An Army sergeant pleaded guilty today to bribery and conspiracy to defraud the government for his role in a scheme to steal more than one million gallons of fuel from the U.S. military for resale on the black
Rumors Flair of Student Bringing Gun to Coats-Erwin Middle Rumors flared today that a student brought a loaded handgun to school. The Dispatch talked to a parent that reported that the school board sent out a robo-call stating that it was a BB gun and not a real gun. The Dispatch has not confirmed this
Blackburn vs. Elmore Vice Chairman Gary A. House Harnett County Board of Commissioners The great thing about America is we have freedom of choice. That freedom includes the ability to vote for whomever we want when we enter the polling booth. In the 2012 General Election, I know that many Republicans, members of
In honor of Grandparents Day, students at Angier Elementary had the opportunity to eat a special lunch with their grandparents.
To promote good citizenship, students at LaFayette Elementary participated in International Dot Day. International Dot Day was inspired by a book called “The Dot” that was written by Peter H. Reynolds. The Dot tells the story of a caring teacher who reaches a reluctant student in a remarkably creative