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RICHLANDS | Onslow County native Kenneth Marshburn is back in town to preach the first service at the new Richlands United Pentecostal Church and was on site Friday as more than 200 volunteers helped to make sure the building was ready for Sunday services.They started from the foundation up.Richlands UPC is church No.
As summer transitions to fall, a new season of festival and events begins Jannette Pippin Daily News Staff jannette_pippin As summer drifts into Fall, it’s time to gear up for a new season of festivals and events in eastern North Carolina.While there is still time for that beach trip, area residents may want to switch from swimsuit to costumes and dancing shoes when they head out to upcoming events around Onslow County and the surrounding area.For sci-fi fans, the Crystal Coast Con, Eastern...
Jannette Pippin Daily News Staff jannette_pippin The Onslow County community is home to heroes and stands ready to thank them for their service at every opportunity.And for their sacrifice.Plans for the Aug. 26 community event sponsored by The Daily News and the Jacksonville Mall were in the works when word of a July 10 crash of a KC-130T aircraft in LeFlore County, Miss, on which 16 service members were aboard, hit the community.The Salute to Hometown Heroes was set as a family-friendly day...
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