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Jacksonville is the birthplace of singer Ryan Adams, country singer Danielle Peck, and singer Sara Hickman. It is located only 25 minutes from Wilmington, North Carolina in the southern Inner Banks Region. In 1842 the city was incorporated and renamed from Johnston to Jacksonville in memory of President Andrew Jackson. The Marine Corps Base of Camp Lejeune is located nearby. The creation of the base caused a population explosion in Jacksonville in 1941. Today, the primary reason for migration is still the Marine Corps.

Population: 66715
Local Newspapers: Jacksonville Daily Times Star News
Local Sports Teams: Carolina Panthers (NFL) Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)
Local Colleges: Coastal Carolina Community College

Zip Codes associated with jacksonville, north carolina: 28540 28543 28544 58546
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Group hosts inaugural career fair for Onslow County teens

Thirty career professionals fielded questions from middle and high school students Feb. 10 helping them look ahead to the future.

Details regarding toddler's death sealed despite homicide arrest

Even though authorities have charged Adolphus Earl Kimrey, the live-in boyfriend of Mariah's mother, Kristy Woods, with murder, details on what led investigators to Kimrey are uncertain.

Compassion Experience visiting Jacksonville

As families and school groups walked through the Compassion Experience trailer, they listened to the stories of Kiwi and Olive and stepped for a minute into their lives growing up in extreme poverty in countries such as Uganda and the Philippines.

Mebane native could face death in child murder case

Onslow County Fourth Prosecutorial District Attorney Ernie Lee announced Thursday afternoon that he intends to declare the first-degree murder case of Mariah Woods a capital case, and to seek the death penalty against Adolphus Earl Kimrey II, 32, because of the "existence of at least one aggravating circumstance beyond a reasonable doubt." By statute, district attorneys in North Carolina have 11 aggravating circumstances from which to choose and apply to their particular case. Lee told The Daily News he's not required by law to identify which circumstances led him to this decision, nor are DAs obligated to seek the death penalty even if aggravating circumstances are evident.

Onslow Community Outreach kicks off capital campaign

Onslow Community Outreach is beginning 2018 with a big step toward its efforts to make the Hargett Street facility its new home for the homeless shelter, soup kitchen and Christmas Cheer.

Mom's boyfriend faces death penalty in 3-year-old's death

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Opioid crisis impacts High Country

The rapid increase in the abuse of prescription and non-prescription opioid drugs since the late 1990s has reached epidemic proportions, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. The National Institute on Drug Abuse states that every day, more than 115 Americans die from opioid overdose, including from prescription pain relievers, heroin and synthetics.

9 things to do this weekend Updated at

In theaters this weekend is the PG-13 rated "Black Panther" the latest highly-anticipated superhero movie in the Marvel cinematic universe about the titular character returning home as king of Wakanda to find his sovereignty challenged by a long-time adversary in a conflict that has global consequences; if you're looking for something ... (more)

Precious Bradley launches plea to find birth parents

'I just want them to know that I've had a happy life': Teacher who was left on a church doorstep as a baby launches a desperate search to find the parents who abandoned her Precious Bradley, 27, was left on the steps of a church daycare in Greensboro, North Carolina, on January 19, 1991 She was adopted by soldier Ronald Bradley and his wife Sheila, in June 1991 and learned at the age of nine she was adopted Since she was 21 she has been trying to find her parents, including putting up posters in the area and launching a social media campaign In 2014 a DNA test linked her to a second cousin, but that relative turned out to also be adopted, leaving Precious at another dead end A teacher who was abandoned on a doorstep as a baby has launched an emotional search to trace her parents and said: 'I'm not angry - I just want to know who you are.'

Onslow BOC plans to 'trim some of this fat' Updated at

The take-home from the Onslow Board of Commissioners workshop, according to Vice Chairman Robin Knapp, is that none of the commissioners want to raise taxes.

North Carolina man accused in overdose death enters plea

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Two Jacksonville couples share ideas on marriage

Nearly 50 years separates their wedding days but two Jacksonville couples began their marriage with more than one thing in common, beginning with the date.

OCSO nabs armed robber Updated at

Jaquarius Jerome Hooker, 27, of Morningside Drive in Jacksonville was arrested by the Onslow County Sheriff's Office on Feb. 12, and charged with kidnapping, robbery with a dangerous weapon and assault by pointing a gun, according to an OCSO press release.

JPD: Aggressive driving turns into shooting

The Jacksonville Police Department is investigating a shooting incident that occurred at 9:33 PM on Sunday, February 11, 2018 in the area of Huff Drive and Suffolk Circle.

Stand Down aims to help homeless veterans Posted at

The NC Works Career Center held its eighth annual Veteran Stand Down in Jacksonville Tuesday, inviting community members and services to donate time and resources to local veterans and civilians.

Jacksonville Transit: A look at the statistics Posted at

Jacksonville Transportation Director Anthony Prinz said the funds, more than $1 million in 2007, had been there since 1983 on an annual basis but when Jacksonville did nothing with them, the money was distributed to other communities.

School bus, pedestrian wreck remains under investigation

At 6:37 a.m. Jacksonville police responded to a crash in which a pedestrian was struck by a school bus in the 1800 block of Gum Branch Road in the vicinity of Fire Station 2. "Out of respect for the family's privacy we are not releasing the name of the student at this time," said OCS Public Information Officer Suzie Ulbrich.

Shelters see influx of hounds

The influx of hound and hunting dogs is something noticed by the shelters in ENC, either because the dogs stray from the pack or hunters leave them in the wild once the hunt is over.

Domestic violence victims can file protective orders at Women's Center

Now people in Onslow County who find themselves in a domestic violent relationship have another venue in which to file a protective order.

Man sentenced to prison for raping handicapped womanJACKSONVILLE,...

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