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The Town of Lillington is the county seat of Harnett County, North Carolina. The Cape Fear River runs through the middle of Lillington.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence in September 2018, the community saw severe flooding. Woodwater Circle and Parkside drive were two of the roads affected by the storm.
On National Weatherperson's Day, our Tar Heel Traveler made his way to Lillington to meet a man keeping track of the man who keeps weather scanners in his car.
The Buies Creek Rural Fire Department responded to the fire on Randall Lane.
Among the hundreds of roads still closed statewide is a bridge in Harnett County - and the detour to get around it is more than 25 miles long.
Adam Owens, WRAL anchor/reporter
The state is making a major update in the way it tracks COVID-19 cases in nursing homes. This comes as a family is grieving the loss of a beloved uncle at a facility in Lillington.
Officials in Harnett County are investigating after officials with the sheriff's office said two people were shot Wednesday night.
Authorities in Harnett County were investigating Monday after a woman was found dead inside a home in Lillington.
A Lillington man was charged with murder Monday after his girlfriend was found dead inside their home, authorities said.
Water levels are dropping in Harnett County, but on Thursday, there was still a lot of water covering roads, farms and businesses.
Floodwaters are finally receding in Harnett County, but destruction remains.
U.S. Highway 401 in Harnett County reopened Wednesday, leading to traffic congestion as people tried to return home for the first time since Hurricane Florence hit.
Candace Sweat and Adam Owens, WRAL reporters
The Cape Fear River in Lillington has dropped three feet within the past 24 hours, but floodwaters will still impact businesses and residents for days.
Sky 5 flies Tuesday, Sept. 18, over the Cape Fear River and Little Rivers, which are both expected to crest above flood stage this week, threatening multiple communities. WRAL's Brian Shrader has live commentary during the flight.
The Cape Fear River is expected to crest by Wednesday, endangering the communities that surround it.
The rising water in the Cape Fear River continued to cause major problems to many in the area on Monday, Sept. 17, 2018.