HAMLET — Richmond Community College will offer an Emergency Medical Responder class beginning March 4. This introductory class will put students on a career path of becoming a first responder. 

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College invites the public to attend a showcase of all its programs and services at the RichmondCC Guarantee Celebration and Open House on Thursday, March 7.

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HAMLET — Eighteen students are ready for a career as a lineman after graduating from one of Richmond Community College’s latest programs.

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College has been able assist 23 students overcome unforeseen emergencies that might have prevented them from completing their training or coursework. 

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College invited state representatives and local community and educational leaders to a Legislative Breakfast on Monday to discuss the 2019 legislative agenda that will be presented to the General Assembly with requests for additional investments in programs and technology that foster workforce development.

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HAMLET — Getting lost at Richmond Community College and ending up in the machine shop was the best wrong turn Matt Bower could have made career-wise. The 2005 graduate of the Computer Integrated Machining program is now working full-time at Goodyear Tire and Rubber in Fayetteville and also runs his own business, Bower Precision Alignments, on the side.

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ROCKINGHAM — Progress on Richmond Community College’s downtown campus will continue — for now — during the federal government shutdown.

However, that all depends on the willingness of the contractor.

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HAMLET— Nine students who completed Richmond Community College’s Medical Administrative Assistant class successfully passed the National HealthCareer Association’s certification exam.

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A look back: Top stories of 2018

ROCKINGHAM — As 2018 comes to a close, we decided to take a look back at some of Richmond County’s top news stories of the year.

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College and the University of North Carolina-Wilmington have partnered on a new program to enhance student success by assisting current RichmondCC students with their enrollment into UNCW.

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Three Democratic candidates ar…

RALEIGH — Another Democrat has joined the growing pool of candidates for state superintendent in 2020. Read more

Lady Raider Soccer Season Prev…

ROCKINGHAM — A senior-heavy team that recorded a program-best number of wins as juniors last year is a pretty good way for Richmond Senior High School head soccer coach Chris... Read more

No. 5 Lady Raiders see season …

FAYETTEVILLE — The Richmond Senior High School varsity girls’ basketball season saw its postseason hopes dashed and its season come to an end Tuesday. Read more

Harris consultant says he shou…

RALEIGH — Andy Yates, the principal campaign strategist for Republican U.S. Rep.-elect Rev. Mark Harris, said he now questions whether McCrae Dowless legally rounded up absentee mail votes that helped... Read more

Female version of 'The Odd Cou…

ROCKINGHAM — Most people are familiar with "The Odd Couple" written by Neil Simon, although some might not know that Simon also wrote a female version of the play a... Read more

Richmond Wrestling Season Reca…

ROCKINGHAM — When the high school wrestling season began just prior to Thanksgiving, veteran head coach Earl Nicholson didn’t know the amount of weight his underclassmen wrestlers would have to... Read more

3 vie for empty Hamlet City Co…

HAMLET — Three people have thrown their proverbial hats in the ring to fill a city council vacancy and one of them could be sworn in as early as next... Read more

South Carolina artist to exhib…

DOBBINS HEIGHTS — An award-winning artist will have his work on display and give a speech on believing in one’s self on this weekend. Read more

Funds breathe new life into Sa…

RALEIGH — North Carolina students will continue learning about how to safely walk and bicycle to school through the N.C. Department of Transportation’s Safe Routes to School Program. Read more