Wednesday, 23 October 2019 13:08

ROCKINGHAM — A man is charged with breaking into the home of an ex-girlfriend — who reportedly shot at him during the incident.

UNCP Counseling Department exp…

PEMBROKE — As part of a collaborative effort among the Department of Counseling in the College of Health Sciences at UNC Pembroke, Perdue Farms through the Franklin P. and Arthur... Read more

COLUMN: On Twitter, some anima…

“There continues to be meaningful public conversation about how we think about Tweets from world leaders on our service,” begins a post at the micro-blogging service’s non-micro-blog. Read more

Four UNCP students, graduates …

PEMBROKE —Two UNC Pembroke students and two recent graduates have been admitted to professional schools at Duke University and Methodist University. Read more

Richmond County Sheriff's Offi…

ROCKINGHAM — A man is charged with breaking into the home of an ex-girlfriend — who reportedly shot at him during the incident. Read more

Decluttering criminal code wou…

RALEIGH — If North Carolina’s nebulous criminal code isn’t confusing enough, the “elephant” metaphors lawmakers use to describe them are even less enlightening. Read more

'Relentless pursuit,' stout de…

LAURINBURG — There were several Richmond Senior High School volleyball fans sporting brooms during Tuesday’s second round matchup of the Sandhills Athletic Conference tournament — and for good reason. Read more

Caleb Hood: The Official Richm…

ROCKINGHAM — For the second time this fall, junior quarterback Caleb Hood’s performance cemented him as the Week 9 Official Richmond County Male Athlete of the Week presented by Moss... Read more

Suspected cook from Rockingham…

ROCKINGHAM — A man is the Anson County Jail on charges related to a meth lab found by police two months ago. Read more

Richmond County Sheriff's Offi…

ROCKINGHAM — A man and woman are accused of selling heroin near a daycare center multiple times over the summer. Read more



TOP STORY: Suspected cook from Rockingham meth lab arrested in Wadesboro Read more