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Local dignitaries, along with the entire student body, gathered together to dedicate the new walking track at Contentnea-Savannah K-8 School on Wednesday.
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At about 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, a black male wearing a mask entered the Crossroads Grocery at 1520 Hugo Road, Kinston.
Cherry Energy, in partnership with BP North America and Lenoir Memorial Hospital, has just completed the third year of the company's awareness campaign to educate citizens in Lenoir County on the topic of breast cancer prevention.
Holiday cheer was rampant at Harmony Hall as the historic 1772 building was trimmed with decorations and filled with people for the open house on Sunday.
Deputies say three men came to a home outside of Kinston to steal drugs and money, the only problem was lawmen beat them to the drugs by several hours.
A man allegedly on the run from a state parole officer forced enhanced security Monday at South Lenoir High School.
The following is a press release from the Lenoir County Sheriff's Office. Free Press Crime Reporter Wes Wolfe is currently working on a full story: On December 8 around 9 p.m., Lenoir County Sheriff's deputies received a tip from the Kinston Department of Public Safety that a person was in possession of a large amount of marijuana at 2832 Cherry ... (more)
That's a loss to not only the city and the county, but to the many business owners trying to make a living in a rural community.
But for Margaret Wade, who was 6 years old and living in England at the time, Pearl Harbor changed what could have been a different ending to the war that began in Europe.
Today, patrons at the Lenoir County Farmer's Market can make a difference in a pet's life as well as shop.
The Lenoir County Sheriff's office has warrants for the arrest of Donald Robert Page III, 35, for manufacturing meth and possession of meth precursors.
For the second time in three months, K-8 and themed schools were brought before the Lenoir County Public Schools board by Superintendent Stephen Mazingo, but it resulted with no formal action being taken.
Hill took over as chairman after the board agreed on the decision, finishing the rest of the meeting with the gavel.