Across North Carolina, hundreds of hikers stepped onto the 1,175-mile Mountain to Sea Trail Saturday with a purpose - to cover every mile across every section in one day.The MST-in-a-Day event commemorates the 40th anniversary and the completion of the trail from end to end.The MST runs from Clingman’s Dome on the border of Tennessee and North Carolina and runs to Jockey’s Ridge in the Outer Banks.
Naomi Whidden A Sneads Ferry man who is currently on probation has been arrested after an Onslow County Sheriff's Office investigation and tip-offs led to a “major seizure of illegal drugs,” according to authorities.Ty Brian Cilley, 56, of Hill Lane was arrested Thursday and charged with possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver heroin; manufacturing heroin, maintain a dwelling for controlled substances, possession of heroin and misdemeanor drug paraphernalia.During the...
Naomi Whidden A traffic stop by Onslow County deputies resulted in the seizure of large amounts of crack cocaine heroin, marijuana, stacks of money and firearms, authorities say.Three arrests were made after deputies pulled a car over when they suspected the driver of being impaired, according to a press release from the Onslow County Sheriff's Office.According to OCSO Maj. Chris Thomas, approximately $4,349 was seized, 61 bags of crack cocaine, approximately two grams of heroin and 202...
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Selecting a term
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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