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Friday, 14 January 2022 16:21

Goodwin named new NCDMV commissioner

ROCKY MOUNT — Today, the N.C. Department of Transportation announced that Wayne Goodwin has been named as the new commissioner of the Division of Motor Vehicles.

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Friday, 14 January 2022 12:16

NCDOT: Get prepared now for winter storm

RALEIGH — As the N.C. Department of Transportation prepares for this weekend’s winter weather, North Carolinians are urged to get any food or other supplies they may need, because travel could be dangerous during the storm.

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RALEIGH — North Carolina communities interested in participating in the 2022 "Watch for Me NC" safety program may now submit applications to the Governor’s Highway Safety Program.  

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Monday, 10 January 2022 15:27

2022 Aviation Art Contest deadline extended

RALEIGH —  The deadline for the 2022 Aviation Art Contest has been extended to Jan. 18 due to ongoing circumstances caused by the pandemic.

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RALEIGH — Communities and all government entities statewide are encouraged to enter this year’s N.C. Department of Transportation Mobi Awards, which honor the state’s best multimodal projects.

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ROCKINGHAM — Nearly 60 tons of litter were picked up from Richmond County roads in 2021, according to County Manager Bryan Land.

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RALEIGH — To reduce bicycle injuries and deaths, the N.C. Department of Transportation is encouraging people across the state to receive free bicycle helmets as part of its annual Bicycle Helmet Initiative. 

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Tuesday, 21 December 2021 11:10

Most state roadway projects halting for holidays

RALEIGH — Most state road construction projects will be suspended to help ease highway traffic for the upcoming holidays.

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RALEIGH — Christmas lights won’t be the only thing lighting up the night this holiday season. 

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RED SPRINGS — The N.C. Department of Transportation and the N.C. Military Business Center helped host a summit Dec. 7-9 aimed at encouraging growth in the aerospace industry. 

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Disabled students find unique …

BOONE — Nicholas Curry just wrapped up his first semester at Appalachian State University. It’s a moment to celebrate for any student, but for Nicholas, the victory is particularly meaningful. Read more

The Week Ahead: Fuller schedul…

ROCKINGHAM — A fuller week of Richmond Senior High School athletics returns starting on Tuesday after many programs had a lighter schedule last week. Read more

Sandhills Neurologists joins F…

PINEHURST — Sandhills Neurologists has joined FirstHealth of the Carolinas, providing more access to high-quality neurological care for patients in the Sandhills and Triangle.  Read more

1,200 in Richmond County still…

ROCKINGHAM — More than 1,200 homes in Richmond County remain without power following a winter storm that moved through the South on Sunday. Read more

OPINION: Exit polls offer usef…

Every two years, exit pollsters attempt to survey voters who’ve just cast ballots. They post interviewers at hundreds of voting sites across the country. They call and email voters who... Read more

N.C. Supreme Court will hear a…

RALEIGH — Lawyers supporting and opposing North Carolina’s new election maps will take their arguments to the N.C. Supreme Court on Feb. 2. Read more

Winter storm knocks out power …

ROCKINGHAM — More than 1,400 Richmond County residents are without power as a winter storm moves through the state. Read more

PROGRAM HISTORY: Raiders edge …

RED SPRINGS — The Richmond Raider basketball team made program history on Saturday during the MLK Jr. Basketball Classic at Red Springs High School. Read more

Trio of double-digit scorers p…

FAYETTEVILLE — Not having most of its lineup due to COVID-19 protocols didn’t stop the Richmond Senior High School girls’ basketball team from running away with a non-conference win on... Read more

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