City of Clinton crews collected more than 18 tons of trash during another successful Spring Clean Up Week earlier this month.
Through art, Leah Moore expresses herself by letting the world see her vision in paintings and drawings. In a couple of months, she will join other young artists who share the same passion she has.
With cuts to drivers education looming, a group of state lawmakers are working to help ease the burden on districts throughout North Carolina.
Emily Valenti watched as fast-talking auctioneer Jeff Byrd chanted prices to a large audience inside Clinton High School’s atrium Thursday. Swiftly, her painting, was sold for $160.
In an effort to reduce the number of teenager-related accidents across the state, the North Carolina Highway Patrol is continuing to conduct Operation “Drive to Live” this week.
More than 23 million Americans are living in long-term recovery from an addition to drugs and alcohol. With numbers this astounding, Eastpointe feels the need to raise awareness of substance abuse within Sampson County.
Grinning from ear to ear, and sometimes letting out a squel of delight, a group of L.C. Kerr student enjoyed digging their hands into the rich soli at the school Wednesday and adding some tasty herbs to their garden.
On April 8, the Harrells Community Center held its first Community Garden Workshop on composting.The organization is planning a community garden. The garden will provide nutritious foods for many citizens in the Harrells area.
Jennifer Naylor, a teacher at Midway High School, was recently named the TAG Teacher of the Month for Sampson County Schools.She believes that teachers are facilitators.
For the last three years, Tonya Devaughn operated Lemon Sprouts Health Food Store just outside the city limits. Through a series of events and discussions with Clinton Main Street committee members, her business is now one of four new additions...
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