ROSEBORO — Over the last two months, the Roseboro town board has had two regularly-scheduled meetings and two special-called meetings, all dealing with the town's finances. During the second of those special-called meetings Monday night,...
ROSEBORO — In an effort to show support for area businesses, Rosebor's N.C. STEP program honored town businesses with a networking luncheon and meeting Tuesday as a way to provide an overview of the STEP program, projects, reports,...
Midway Middle School has partnered with the local Girl Scout organization to provide the BFF: Be a Friend First program to girls at MMS. This program is made possible through a partnership with United Way and Girl Scouts.
The deadline for weddings, engagements, anniversaries and birth announcements, all to be placed in Lifestyles for the Sunday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 30, will be noon, Friday, Nov. 21.
The Learning Center at Charles E. Perry recently honored its Students of the Month for October exemplifying the character trait of self-discipline. Those honored were Dominic Rich and Gerardo Morado. Both are presented their certificates by Learning...
Robert and Sherry Thurman are the proud parents of Brandon and Aaron Thurman.They both graduated from Midway High School and chose to serve their country in different branches of the military.
Sarah Cone of Sampson Early College High School was recently named as the Teacher of the Month for October under the Teacher Action for Student Growth (TAG) program.
ROSEBORO — Only in its sixth year of operation, Mintz Christian Academy has grown by leaps and bounds, according to staff there. It is all progress that administrator Joy McDowell attributes to the blessings of God.
For Col. Tommy Macon, Sampson County Schools is home.
RALEIGH — Local Government Federal Credit Union has recognized Clinton City Clerk Elaine F. Hunt for completing the Leading for Results course as an LGFCU Fellow at the University of North Carolina's School of Government.
NEWTON GROVE — The town of Newton Grove should be eyeing some upgrades of its sewer system, which while currently working fine, is now more than two decades old and not getting younger.
Local residents have an opportunity to put a smile on the faces of children across the world.
Recently I sat down with a producer about modifying his forage plan for the farm he manages. He wanted to reduce his need for hay and minimize the amount of supplementation he needed to provide. I made the comment that producers, whether they are...
On Thursday, Nov. 13, Union High School held its first lunch and learn session of the 2014-15 school year.There were, faculty said, 20 students in attendance for these presentations.
Union Intermediate fourth-grade Language Arts teachers Audrey Jeffers, Angelena Hardison, Melissa Lane and Amy Leatherwood recently finished a unit using Beverly Cleary's “The Mouse and the Motorcycle.”
Students at Sampson Middle School cheered and stomped their feet on bleachers while teachers walked across the stage during an assembly Monday.
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(The public reports listed below are provided by the Sampson County Sheriff's Office, the Clinton Police Department and the N.C. Highway Patrol via the Sheriff's Office daily jail report.)Arrests
The annual Thanksgiving Community Service will be held at First Baptist Church, 408 College St., Clinton, Sunday, Nov. 23, 7 p.m.Music for the service will be provided by combined choirs.
The Clinton Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is presenting Jabberwock 2014, “Essence of Elegance,” Saturdsay, Nov. 22 at 6 p.m. at Sunset Avenue School Auditorium 505 Sunset Ave. in Clinton.
Music runs through Carroll Matthews' veins. Both her grandmother and mother were musically inclined and the love for the art continues in Matthews herself.She has just released her third album, Rush.
During National Diabetes Awareness Month I will be discussing the impact of diabetes on the eyes and the treatments available to protect our vision from this serious cause of blindness.
The Clinton Rotary Club recently donated student dictionaries to all third-grade students at Butler Avenue School. The students were very excited to receive their personal copy of a dictionary.
A military veteran and local legend who walked away from his Sampson County home nearly 60 years ago only to disappear under a cloud of mystery was memorialized on Veterans Day by family and friends who finally had closure.