Dorothy (Dodie) Smith wrote a novel in 1956 entitled “The One Hundred and One Dalmatians,” naming the canine hero “Pongo” after her own pet Dalmatian which was the first of nine Dalmatians she would eventually...
GARLAND — After several months of work, a water reading meter project that expedites the process is now complete.
The Sampson-Clinton Association of Educators recently awarded scholarships to students through one if its program. Pictured, from left, is Ahclederia Moore, Union High School; Tiara Brantley, Lakewood High School; Krystin Turlington, Clinton High...
In front of students at Butler Avenue School, Kelly Starling Lyons smiled as she shared her love of books.
Sampson County Schools will offer conclusion tests during the summer school days.
The hiring of two new officers at the Clinton Police Department marks another huge stride forward in the department’s continuing effort to reach out to its Latino population.
For a couple of days, a group of seniors enjoyed a little fishing and relaxation.
In the near future, student musicians in the Clinton High School Marching Band will be performing in new uniforms.
The Sampson County Board of Education has tightened the purse strings of the system when it comes to how much school leaders can spend on contracts without their permission.
NEWTON GROVE — Inside Hobbton High School’s art room, Alfonza Hooper paid $5 for a sporty black shirt with Wildcat paws.
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