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05/03/2019

ADVERTISING TELEPHONE & CUSTOMER SERVICE REP for publication in its 29th year. Needed are a good voice, enthusiasm, energetic, and ambitious person. Previous media experience a plus, but will train a mature person eager to learn. Office experience and computer will be useful. $10 to $15 hour. This position is for the Dunn and Fayetteville areas.

05/03/2019

Telephone sales. Advertising. Established company, good office skills, prefer experienced media sales with telephone. Flexible hours, part-time or full time. Will train motivated person. Smithfield, Dunn, Clinton, Fayetteville areas.

05/03/2019

Office- good typist and computer. Varied duties. Phone sales. Advertising, established company. Will train motivated person. References, full-time, part time - flexible hours. Dunn, Smithfield, Clinton, and Fayetteville areas.

04/29/2019
First Presbyterian Church of Dunn

First Presbyterian Church of Dunn

First Presbyterian Church will be sponsoring a Red Cross Blood Drive next Tuesday, April 30th.

Here is a message directly from the Red Cross: "Right now we are struggling as an organization to meet the needs of our hospitals for both O+- along with B- blood types. Because we serve 40% of the nation’s supply when we struggle there are many hospitals/doctors trying to make the determination which patient can get the unit and how much blood they can receive. Often it means surgeries are rescheduled or less units are infused . We know that every 2 seconds someone needs a unit we just don’t know who it will be."

Another great Wings Over Wayne Air & Space Expo at Seymour Johnson AFB this past weekend! Great weather both days with t...
04/29/2019

Another great Wings Over Wayne Air & Space Expo at Seymour Johnson AFB this past weekend! Great weather both days with thousands enjoying the many aerial demonstrations and aircraft on static display. As always, the Thunderbirds put on a top-notch show!

US Astronaut Christina H. Koch is currently on board the International Space Station and recently uploaded a photo to he...
04/23/2019

US Astronaut Christina H. Koch is currently on board the International Space Station and recently uploaded a photo to her Twitter account of the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Koch is a NC State University graduate and grew up in Jacksonville, NC. It was during her childhood years she dreamed of being an astronaut. We, as eastern North Carolinians, are proud of you, Christina, for achieving your goal and reaching for the stars!

Don't miss out on our biggest issue of 2019 thus far! Its full of all sorts of interesting news and features! Pick up yo...
04/12/2019

Don't miss out on our biggest issue of 2019 thus far! Its full of all sorts of interesting news and features! Pick up your newsprint copy at your favorite location, or simply view online at www.carolinaweeklynews.com. There, you can download the entire issue for this week as a pdf or view each page individually. Hey, thank you for being readers! We appreciate you. Please remember that because our publication is free, we need for you to let our advertisers know you've seen them in Carolina Weekly News! Tell your friends about us too if you like reading CWN. Enjoy your weekend...and consider attending the church of your choice this Palm Sunday!

04/01/2019

ADVERTISING TELEPHONE & CUSTOMER SERVICE REP for publication in its 29th year. Needed are a good voice, enthusiasm, energetic, and ambitious person. Previous media experience a plus, but will train a mature person eager to learn. Office experience and computer will be useful. $10 to $15 hour. This position is for the Dunn and Fayetteville areas.

04/01/2019

Office- good typist and computer. Varied duties. Phone sales. Advertising, established company. Will train motivated person. References, full-time, part time - flexible hours. Dunn, Smithfield, Clinton, and Fayetteville areas.

Most of our readers live in Eastern North Carolina. March 28 marked the 35th anniversary of the Carolinas Tornado Outbre...
03/30/2019
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Most of our readers live in Eastern North Carolina. March 28 marked the 35th anniversary of the Carolinas Tornado Outbreak of 1984. No doubt many remember the destruction of homes, churches, schools, etc. Many places along the path of those storms looked like war zones. Where were you on that night and the day after? What stands out in your mind from the horrible damage?

Shown (hopefully) is a front page from a newspaper of the day after on March 29. The image is pasted from the National Weather Service site.

We have some interesting stories in this week's issue of CWN. In this week's issue...man reportedly tried to cover-up hi...
03/30/2019
Carolina Weekly News Online

We have some interesting stories in this week's issue of CWN. In this week's issue...man reportedly tried to cover-up his wife's murder by having authorities issue a statewide silver alert. Dunn area residents exceeded their goal last week and prepared 110,000 meals for Rise Against Hunger event! Way to go! The mysterious Carolina Bays...what are they? Did you know that there was another bomber crash just 9 1/2 weeks after the close call near Goldsboro in 1961? Former sheriff candidate and retired NCSHP captain seriously injured in auto accident. These stories and more in Carolina Weekly News print edition and online at www.carolinaweeklynews.com. Thanks for reading and sharing.

Hey, are you at the Fremont Daffodil Festival? The Embers are scheduled from 12 to 2. Food, fun and crafts! It's too bea...
03/30/2019

Hey, are you at the Fremont Daffodil Festival? The Embers are scheduled from 12 to 2. Food, fun and crafts! It's too beautiful of a day to miss this annual springtime event.

www.fremontdaffodilfestival.weebly.com

Surprising news today as the NCDOR seized Wilbur's Barbecue in Goldsboro. On the doors of the restaurant, were posted si...
03/15/2019

Surprising news today as the NCDOR seized Wilbur's Barbecue in Goldsboro. On the doors of the restaurant, were posted signs reading, "NO TRESPASSING" and also stated, ""Pursuant to NC G.S. 105-242(a)(2) the personal property here within has been seized for nonpayment of taxes.”

In this week's edition of Carolina Weekly News...our headline story is the ER nurse stabbed inside the Emergency Room at...
03/15/2019

In this week's edition of Carolina Weekly News...our headline story is the ER nurse stabbed inside the Emergency Room at Johnston Health, Dunn community looking to pack 100,000 meals to fight hunger, the body of a missing Nash County woman is found and investigators certain it was homicide. We also look back at some historical events from years ago, plus what one young police officer who was deemed a hero in a NC shooting is doing now ten years later. A mystery about the whereabouts of a government operative who became a FBI fugitive after last being seen in North Carolina...and more stories in our newsprint and online editions. Thank you for reading, please share and have a great weekend!

It is that time again for the Dunn area community to come together to Rise Against Hunger! On March 23, with the help of...
03/07/2019

It is that time again for the Dunn area community to come together to Rise Against Hunger! On March 23, with the help of area churches and civic groups, the organization hopes to package 100,000 meals for the fight against hunger. Come take part and make a difference. For more information, visit the website below.

Did you know that this one package of food can provide up to 6 meals for a person in need?
The Dunn Area will be hosting our Rise Against Hunger event on March 23rd. For 2019 we've committed to raising $29,000 and packaging 100,000 meals for the fight against hunger. To learn more about Rise Against Hunger visit riseagainsthunger.org.

Hello, readers and good morning! Lots of items in Carolina Weekly News this week. We'll follow up on the 99-year-old Smi...
03/01/2019

Hello, readers and good morning! Lots of items in Carolina Weekly News this week. We'll follow up on the 99-year-old Smithfield man who hopes to go to Yankee Stadium for his birthday. A new cyber-scam to watch out for involving pastors? Sad, but true! A fiery crash after a high-speed chase in Wayne. One of Wilson's police officers charged with DWI. Update on the Pharmacy shooting victims. In the Historic Review, we look at the early days of the Wilmington & Weldon Railroad and its importance during peace and war. These stories and more in this week's newsprint issue and online at www.carolinaweeklynews.com. Share us on Facebook with your friends and let our advertisers know you saw them in Carolina Weekly News. We appreciate you and hope you enjoy your weekend!

02/28/2019

Office- good typist and computer. Varied duties. Phone sales. Advertising, established company. Will train motivated person. References, full-time, part time - flexible hours. Dunn, Smithfield, Clinton, and Fayetteville areas.

The Smithfield community is trying to raise money to give a soon-to-be 100-year-old man the birthday gift of a lifetime....
02/27/2019
Click here to support 100 yr old YANKEES FAN organized by Team Capps

The Smithfield community is trying to raise money to give a soon-to-be 100-year-old man the birthday gift of a lifetime. His birthday is in June and the GoFundMe page is making a difference. The goal is $3,000 and the page already has had almost $2,000 in pledges. Milton "Milt" Capps has always wanted to visit Yankee Stadium for a game but never got the opportunity.

Mr Capps is a 99 year old die hard Yankees fan. He has been his whole life. He will turn 100 in June. He recently became a resident of a skilled nursing facility when he decided he could not live alone any longer. We are trying to get him to a Yankees game this June. We have heard from the Yanke...

Perhaps another soggy weekend, but a great opportunity to read. In this week's issue of Carolina Weekly News, investigat...
02/22/2019

Perhaps another soggy weekend, but a great opportunity to read. In this week's issue of Carolina Weekly News, investigators are trying to determine what animal was responsible for the fatal mauling of a 77-year-old teacher. Vandals mistake statue of World War II Airborne General William C. Lee for Civil War General Robert E. Lee and cause significant damage. Police looking for suspects. Law enforcement officer plans return to the force after being shot in the face last year. One of our history review stories center on how an old favored tavern grows into a state capital. These stories and a whole lot more in www.carolinaweeklynews.com. Just scroll down and either view the pages directly or download them. Plus, your newsprint copy is also available at your favorite stops! Have a safe weekend and as always, thank you for reading CWN.

Prayers are with the family of Brenda Hamilton, 77, of Pantego, who was attacked while out for a pre-dawn walk near her ...
02/18/2019

Prayers are with the family of Brenda Hamilton, 77, of Pantego, who was attacked while out for a pre-dawn walk near her home last week. She had been in critical condition at Vidant Medical Center, but has passed away this morning according to Pungo Christian Academy's page. She had been employed there as an English teacher and was described fondly as the "matriarch" of the school. Authorities in Beaufort County have eliminated the animal attack by any known indigenous wildlife. Currently, the focus is on the attack being by domestic dog. The investigation is ongoing.

Good morning to our readers! In this week's issue of Carolina Weekly News...FBI Most Wanted Fugitive Shot & Killed in NC...
02/15/2019

Good morning to our readers! In this week's issue of Carolina Weekly News...FBI Most Wanted Fugitive Shot & Killed in NC Hotel, Two eastern NC boys praised for their patriotism, police say woman deliberately struck pedestrian and then posed with her vehicle and more regional news. For the history buffs, we look at the theory that Abe Lincoln may have been a NC native and a little bit on a George Washington. These stories and more in this week's issue of Carolina Weekly News at www.carolinaweeklynews.com and the newsprint edition near you.

Happy Friday to you all. In this week's issue we've got the story of the Boy Under The Billboard that was finally ID'ed ...
02/08/2019

Happy Friday to you all. In this week's issue we've got the story of the Boy Under The Billboard that was finally ID'ed after 20 years and who was responsible for his death. Wilson police officers fend off an unprovoked predawn hammer attack while working on reports. We reflect on the deadly Kinston blast 16 years ago. We have some history stories and a another cold case mystery of the lovers lane murders that still has yet to be solved. And a hit and run involving a train?! These stories and more in Carolina Weekly News at www.carolinaweeklynews.com. Also, in newsprint in our stands so grab a copy, share with a friend, shop with our advertisers and as always...thank you for reading!

Good morning and Happy Friday to everyone! In this week's issue, EMS Captain said that God was at work in the discovery ...
02/01/2019

Good morning and Happy Friday to everyone! In this week's issue, EMS Captain said that God was at work in the discovery of 3-year-old Casey Hathaway. A Dunn woman faces murder charges. Road rage near college results in crash, shots fired. A near tragic story from Wayne County when a 3-year-old boy finds a loaded handgun in his home and shoots himself in the head. Read about his recovery so far. The FDA has expanded an infant ibuprofen recall. And, just in time for the big game this Sunday. If you're neutral in the New England Patriots vs. Los Angeles Rams match-up, then this former eastern North Carolina standout may be a reason to cheer for the Rams as he goes for his first Super Bowl title! These stories and more in this week's edition on www.carolinaweeklynews.com.

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Here is the GoFundMe page for the 3-year-old Wayne County boy, Jaxson, that was accidentally shot in the head in his hom...
01/29/2019
Click here to support Jaxson’s Fight organized by Kayla Cushing

Here is the GoFundMe page for the 3-year-old Wayne County boy, Jaxson, that was accidentally shot in the head in his home. He is currently at Vidant Medical Center after being transported from UNC Wayne in Goldsboro. Please share with your friends.

Jaxson is a 3 year old little boy who is so full of energy, smiles, laughter and can light up a room. Right now Jaxson is fighting for his life at Vidant Medical Center. His mom is currently out on maternity leave with his baby sister and has not gone back to work yet. His dad works for AT&T, and...

In this week's issue of Carolina Weekly News...a school, family and community mourn the loss of a beloved teacher. A Joh...
01/25/2019
Carolina Weekly News Online

In this week's issue of Carolina Weekly News...a school, family and community mourn the loss of a beloved teacher. A Johnston County woman remains missing since January 4. She may have been seen in Four Oaks area. Don't insult this guy's mama! An 18-year-old arrested and charged with felony for threatening third-graders. In our history feature, we share the story of the doomed Flight 2511 in 1960 that exploded over southeastern North Carolina. These stories and more at www.carolinaweeklynews.com or pick up your copy from one of our locations in your area.

Carolina Weekly News, since 1989, is eastern North Carolina's free news weekly!

01/25/2019

GREAT NEWS! Casey Hathaway, the 3-year-old boy missing in Craven County, was found alive and in reasonably good health considering spending two nights in the woods. A professional search team found him after hearing him calling for his mom. He had become tangled in briars. After getting him warm and treated at the hospital, he reportedly was ready to watch Netflix! No doubt, God was watching over him! What a tough little boy.

Fuller may have been spotted riding in a Ford Escape similar to the one pictured here in the Four Oaks area.
01/24/2019

Fuller may have been spotted riding in a Ford Escape similar to the one pictured here in the Four Oaks area.

JOHNSTON COUNTY WOMAN MISSINGAuthorities are seeking the public's help in information about the whereabouts of Megan Ama...
01/24/2019

JOHNSTON COUNTY WOMAN MISSING

Authorities are seeking the public's help in information about the whereabouts of Megan Amanda Fuller, 29, of Wilson's Mills area in Johnston County. She was last seen on January 4 at approximately 5 pm. Fuller is 5'7" and about 180 pounds. She has brown eyes, black hair and two tattoos, one of a butterfly on her lower back and stars on her left shoulder blade. She has one child, a 7-year-old son, who is not with her. According to reports, she may be with another woman, April Nicole Baker of Four Oaks.

Contact Wilson's Mills Police Department with any relevant information about these women at (919) 938-3885 ext. 4.

Our thoughts and prayers are with 3-year-old Casey Hathaway, his family and search crews as they look for the little boy...
01/24/2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with 3-year-old Casey Hathaway, his family and search crews as they look for the little boy who wandered off into thick woods behind the Craven County residence where he was being watched. Details below.

The search for 3-year-old Casey Hathaway continues in Craven County, North Carolina. The Craven County Sheriff's Office is leading the investigation to find Casey. He was reported missing on January 22, 2019, by a relative. Casey had been playing outside the home with two children he is related to and he did not come back inside with them.

A relative in the home searched for Casey and when they were unable to find him, called 911. Craven County Sheriff's Deputies responded within minutes. An intense search began and has expanded by the minute.

Today, hundreds of professional searchers and volunteers walked through rough terrain around the home to try and locate Casey. Volunteers were sent home for the night due to safety concerns. Professionally trained searchers will continue to work overnight. Additional search assets will return in the morning. Volunteers should meet at the staging area at 8:00 tomorrow morning at New Haven Church located at 2755 Aurora Road, Ernul, North Carolina.

Anyone living near Toler Road in Ernul, North Carolina, where Casey was last seen should check their own properties to assist us to locate Casey. Casey is white, with blonde hair and brown eyes. He weighs 25 pounds and is 28 inches tall. If you see Casey or have information to help us locate him, call the tip line at 252-636-6703 or the Craven County SO at 252-633-0498.

Our thoughts and prayers are with NCSHP State Trooper Daniel Harrell and Raleigh Police Officer C.D. Ainsworth as they r...
01/15/2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with NCSHP State Trooper Daniel Harrell and Raleigh Police Officer C.D. Ainsworth as they recover from such senseless violence directed at those who serve and protect while upholding the law. We would like to say, thank you, and wish you both well as you heal.

After 114 years, the Erwin Presbyterian Church held its final service yesterday. The church celebrated its accomplishmen...
01/08/2019

After 114 years, the Erwin Presbyterian Church held its final service yesterday. The church celebrated its accomplishments with some heartfelt stories, church history, an old-fashioned sermon, hymns and communion. The white building to the right is the original sanctuary that was built in 1907 and the only original sanctuary that remains from the earliest days of the town. The present-day brick sanctuary is seen to the left and was built in 1931. Remaining members are being welcomed into the First Presbyterian Church of Dunn and both buildings will continue to serve Christ as a church & fellowship hall for another congregation in need of a place of worship. For more information about this storied old church, see this week's upcoming issue of Carolina Weekly News.

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