Slew of felony charges leveled A Clinton man remains behind bars this morning facing a laundry list of charges leveled after being caught on surveillance video attempting to sell what is believed to be stolen property.
Jimmy Fisher, 34, of 864 Governor Moore Road, Clinton is under a $101,500 and awaiting trial after officers located him at an Indiantown Road residence early this week.
He is charged with myriad offenses stemming from three November break-ins and a pleth...
Local Scouts plant flowers Local Scouts plant flowers
Pack 27 Webelos Cub Scouts planted flowers as a service project at Graves Memorial Presbyterian Church. The Scouts were learning about citizenship and they decided to volunteer their time in planting tulips for everyone to enjoy. Pictured from left, are: Spencer Westerbeek, John Barwick, Silas Bradley, Kolby Jessup, Lyle Brewington, Casey Parker and Ander Axthelm.
Garland center may soon get new occupant GARLAND — The Garland Community Center could soon have its first tenant in what town officials hope is the start of a new era for a facility trying to get its foundation back beneath it.
Taekwondo master Ron Whitted made a request to the town to utilize the facility at least three times a week, possibly more if there is interest for his classes. Whitted Taekwondo has offered such services in Garland, notably at Pearls Academy, and Mayor Win...
Chris Berendt Staff WriterThe Sampson Independent
Brinkley will join others in Saturday’s Super Sprint The fourth annual Sampson County Super Sprint Triathlon is tomorrow, and for local participant Frank Brinkley, owner of Bessie Burger and seven Subways, the day is an anniversary of sorts.
“I ran my first triathlon, which was the one here [in Clinton], just last year,” recalled Brinkley who was then 42 years old. “I wanted to take that challenge, to see if my body could do it.”
Pushing his body to do more was very important to Brinkley, w...
Lauren Williams Staff WriterThe Sampson Independent