ROCKINGHAM — With gang activity on the rise in Richmond County, one organization is helping to inform residents of the problem.

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Richmond County students chall…

ROCKINGHAM – Looking to show support for your school? Or a chance for a competitive foot race or just a fun family outing?  Read more

UNCP’s Esports team competes f…

PEMBROKE — UNC Pembroke’s Esports team is currently in first place in the Peach Belt Conference.  Read more

Man rescued after Hamlet cave-…

HAMLET — A man had to be rescued Thursday afternoon following a cave-in. Read more

DSS, Health Department employe…

ROCKINGHAM — Employees were walking around the Richmond County Human Services Complex with their socks over their pants legs Thursday. Read more

FirstQuit participants celebra…

ROCKINGHAM — Leroy Brown and Carlos Violrio, both of Richmond County, celebrate their one-year anniversary of being tobacco-free and graduating from FirstHealth’s FirstQuit program on Feb. 28 at FirstHealth Moore... Read more

FirstHealth selects HealthMyne…

PINEHURST – HealthMyne Inc., a company focused on delivering quantitative imaging decision support for radiology and oncology, was recently selected by FirstHealth of the Carolinas to advance multiple oncology-related programs... Read more

High school may be too late fo…

RALEIGH — North Carolina high schoolers may be required to pass a financial literacy course in order to graduate, but a certified financial planner says children should start learning about... Read more

Goodman sponsors bill to allow…

RALEIGH — A bill in the N.C. House would authorize public colleges and universities to allow the sale of alcohol at stadiums, athletic facilities, and arenas located on school property. Read more

COLUMN: National popular vote …

After it became clear Donald Trump’s Electoral College triumph would be accompanied by a popular vote loss, USA Today predicted renewed attempts “to kill the Electoral College.” Since then, Oregon... Read more



TOP STORY: Richmond County seniors and youth collaborate on a Social Services mural. Read more