21 min ago | Jacksonville Daily News
"What we're seeing with humans is specifically food allergies.... They've increased tremendously," said Delair, who will speak at the rally.
4 hrs ago | Topsail Advertiser
The Daily News will be hosting a series of focus groups in Jacksonville on June 5, and invite you to take part in one of three sessions scheduled for that day: from 8 to 9:30 a.m., from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. or from 5:30 to 7 p.m. All three sessions will be held at the Commerce Center, located at 1099 Gum Branch Road in Jacksonville.
8 hrs ago | Jacksonville Daily News
A jury found Garrett Michael Weaver, 23, guilty of involuntary manslaughter and three other moving violations during an automobile collision in 2011 at the Onslow County Superior Courthouse Thursday afternoon.
12 hrs ago | WPTF-AM Raleigh
Unless they're heading to the weekend races at Charlotte Motor Speedway, motorists in North Carolina can hit the road without too many headaches for the Memorial Day weekend.
17 hrs ago | Jacksonville Daily News
City officials are looking at nearly 20 ways to cut costs or increase revenue for the 2013-14 budget including property tax increases, fee increases, cuts to public safety and hiring freezes.
Flag retirement ceremony after lunch. OLIVE TREES Ministries presents an old fashioned service from 9 a.m. to noon May 25 at Shekinah Glory, 818 New Bridge Street with speakers Tammy Hawthorne and Rudolph Cook.
Leon Robert Coxe III of Jacksonville was disbarred by the Wake County Superior Court after state officials say more than $120,000 in trust was misappropriated and another $150,000 was "borrowed" from a settlement fund, according to a notice on the state bar website.
Leon Robert Coxe III of Jacksonville was disbarred by the Wake County Superior Court after state officials say he misappropriated more than $120,000 in trust and "borrowed" $150,000 from a settlement fund, according to a notice on the state bar website.
A simple test could have alerted officials that the drinking water at Camp Lejeune was contaminated, long before authorities determined that as many as a million Marines and their families were exposed to a witch's brew of cancer-causing chemicals.
A teenager wanted in connection with the armed robbery of a Jacksonville tobacco shop turned himself into authorities Friday, according to Jacksonville Police.
ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2013 AND THEREAFTER - Entries for nameless infants cover the "babyland" page of a burial register at Onslow Memorial Park in Jacksonville, N.C., on Wednesday, Feb.
JACKSONVILLE, NC State Attorney General Roy Cooper addressed a group of marines at Camp Lejeune in part of initiative called, "Scam Jam." The objective of the seminar was to educate marines and their spouses on the risks of fraud and preventative measures to take to protect yourself and your money.