KENANSVILLE — Students at James Sprunt Community College (JSCC) will be able to fast-forward into 2021 by taking accelerated five-week classes over the holidays to earn credit towards their degrees.
Thursday, November 19, 2020
Like everything else in 2020, for most people this Thanksgiving will look quite different. There will likely be fewer folks around the dinner table, friends may be connecting on FaceTime, and grandma might be joining by Zoom, sadly without her famous sweet potatoes.
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
RALEIGH — Chief Justice Cheri Beasley issued an order on Nov. 18 extending emergency directives in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Public health precautions remain in place as the court system continues to increase operations. These directives are extended for 30 days and were last extend…
If your home was damaged by Hurricane Florence or Matthew, ReBuild NC may be able to help. The Homeowner Recovery Program provides assistance to repair, reconstruct, replace or elevate your home or reimburse you for completed repairs. You can participate even if you have received funds from …
CHARLOTTE — With its expansion of renewable energy and significant reduction in carbon emissions, combined with its continued focus on social responsibility, Duke Energy was recently named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for North America for the 15th consecutive year.
KENANSVILLE — The Duplin Times has been notified by the N.C. State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) that the following individual has moved within the county.
WALLACE — Annie Thomas, 77, realizes she has a lot to be thankful for this holiday season.
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The popularity of sports and performing arts in our nation’s schools has been a constant as long as we can remember, but the COVID-19 pandemic has made even more people aware of the importance of these programs to our nation’s youth.
HARRELLS — How strong a football season will Harrells Christian Academy have this fall?
CHAPEL HILL — Javonte Williams rescued Wallace-Rose Hill en route to its fourth consecutive state title in 2017 at Kenan Stadium.
HARRELLS — Players rushed into a gymnasium last Friday afternoon when lightning, rain and dark skies began to approach Murphy- Johnson Field.
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Gov. Roy Cooper did something this election that North Carolina’s last two governors couldn’t do: win a second term.
Disaster Recovery Group of Duplin County director Robert O. Moore shared the following letter the agency recently received from a Hurricane Florence survivor.
Early voting is an attractive alternative to voting on election day or absentee. With the extended schedule lasting from Oct. 15 through the 31st, the three Duplin sites (in Kenansville, Wallace, and Warsaw) are not usually crowded and the time it takes to cast your ballot is short, especial…
In a recent edition of this newspaper John Hood told us, “All of us, regardless of party or ideology, should defend the separation and balance of powers.” I could not agree more. However, Mr. Hood was referring to what he considered to be overreach by Governor Roy Cooper in fighting for the …