• Sampson County Schools Superintendent Dr. David Goodin, left, explained the need for the masking policy, as Chairman Darryl Warren listened.
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    SCS masking to continue; board splits

    CLINTON — Masking in the classroom and on campus was back before the board for a vote Tuesday morning, and masks will continue for at least the next month in Sampson County Schools.

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  • Celestine Crumpler is excited about opening the new laundromat in Roseboro.
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    Business

    Roseboro laundromat opens

    ROSEBORO — For those in the western part of the county, a dirty load of laundry has had to travel quite a ways away for folks without a washer or dryer at home.

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  • Crews work to rehaul the Sampson County Courthouse roof, the final bid for which was approved earlier this month.
                                 Chris Berendt|Sampson Independent
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    Courthouse getting revamp

    The Sampson County Courthouse is getting a revamp in the form of a new roof that is expected to last for the next half century. Motorists and visitors to the Clinton courthouse have seen heavy machinery around the structure for the past week as the makeover, which received final approval last week, is ongoing.

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  • The front side view of Clinton’s newest Haitian restaurant Dadie’s.
                                 Michael B. Hardison | Sampson Independent
    Business

    Dadie’s: A dream realized

    CLINTON — With the aim of bringing something new to Clinton and fulfilling her lifelong dream of opening an eatery, Dadie Pierre Nelson recently opened her new place Dadie’s Haitian Caribbean Restaurant.

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  • The Ol’ Lightnin’ Rods Car Show will be held at the market at 215 Lisbon St.. At the end of the event at 3 p.m. the Ol’ Lightnin’ Rods Car Show winner will be announced at the Clinton City Market.
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    Square Fair back this year

    CLINTON — The Square Fair will be back in downtown this year on Oct. 9, with activities and more for everyone after a break last year because of the pandemic.

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