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ROCKINGHAM — Although the doors have been open for the better part of the last two years, Sandhills Best Care Primary Care finally held its ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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ROCKINGHAM — A South Carolina-based party band will be making its Plaza Jam debut Thursday to start off the city’s annual summer concert series.

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Friday, 15 April 2022 18:39

Rockingham revisits rec complex plan

ROCKINGHAM — City leaders are considering bringing back to the table a proposal for a recreation complex.

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ROCKINGHAM — After two years on hold, the city’s semi-annual sidewalk festival is making a comeback.

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SOUTHERN PINES — A Richmond County business leader has been honored for his achievements by a publication in a neighboring county.

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ROCKINGHAM — Nearly 52 acres of land could soon fall within the city limits pending the outcome of a public hearing.

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ROCKINGHAM — Another abandoned home in one neighborhood will soon be torn down.

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ROCKINGHAM — The Food King project comes closer to completion with the approval of a flooring contract with a local builder.

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Rockingham city tree lightings, Fire Prevention Day, National Night Out, Plaza Jam, ThunderFest, SpringFest, SpeedFest, and Trunk or Treat are just a few of the jewels in this leading lady’s crown. 

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Wednesday, 09 March 2022 20:23

Rockingham abandons downtown alleyway

ROCKINGHAM — An “unused” downtown alleyway will be abandoned following the approval of the City Council on Tuesday.

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Smart Start president visits R…

ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County Partnership for Children hosted Amy Cubbage, president, and Courtney Latta-Sosebee, program officer, from Smart Start-The North Carolina Partnership for Children in Richmond County Tuesday, May 17. Read more

OPINION: Step by Step for Libe…

In the early days of the state-level movement to legalize marijuana, we often got opposition from a surprising camp — libertarians. Read more

NCDHHS: COVID-19 booster now a…

RALEIGH — Children ages 5 to 11 years old can receive a COVID-19 booster five months after the date of their most recent Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine dose.  Read more

FIRSTHEALTH: Fast action saves…

PINEHURST — Pinehurst resident Jack Mahan is home and healthy today, thanks to his fast thinking when he started experiencing symptoms of a stroke. In observance of Stroke Awareness Month... Read more

Norton earns two associate deg…

HAMLET — Bridget Norton of Laurinburg received her second college degree from Richmond Community College on Friday. She now has an Associate in Science degree and Associate in Arts degree, which... Read more

Bill would expand administrati…

RALEIGH — North Carolina could see a new tool in the fight against excessive state regulation. A bill filed in the state House offers a new way to strike down... Read more

National tax group praises N.C…

RALEIGH — A letter from the head of a national tax reform group touts N.C. lawmakers’ “leadership in advancing pro-growth tax policies.” The letter released Thursday calls for legislators to... Read more

N.C. General Assembly opens sh…

RALEIGH — The N.C. General Assembly convened the 2022 short session Wednesday, May 18, with fast-track plans to “pre-negotiate” the budget and be out by July 1. Still, important issues... Read more

MB Drift revs up for first rou…

ROCKINGHAM — Tires will be smoking on Rockingham Speedway’s road course this weekend as MB Drift returns to kick off its competitive series. Read more



- Man charged for allegedly not finishing work on house south of Hamlet - MB Drift revs up for first round of competition at Rockingham Speedway - State grant will help jumpstart... Read more