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Two hundred and fifty-one years ago this month, two large groups of armed North Carolinians camped about six miles away from each other in what is now Alamance County. A thousand state militiamen, led by North Carolina Gov. William Tryon, had come to suppress a popular revolt known as the Regulator movement. About twice that many Regulators had gathered there to resist what they saw as unjust taxation and other tyrannical policies by Britain’s colonial authorities.

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WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service announced the Charlotte Taxpayer Assistance Center (TAC) at 10715 David Taylor Drive, will be open Saturday, May 14, from 9 a.m.to 4 p.m. No appointment is needed.

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ROCKINGHAM — A parcel of land east of Clemmer Road will now fall under the city’s jurisdiction.

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On April 22, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill dissolving the Reedy Creek Improvement District. Put that way, it sounds rather routine, but it isn't.

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2022 is my first tax season writing a check to the government, instead of the other way around.

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If you’re not among the 7% or so of Americans who were expected to file for an extension, Tax Day 2022 has come and gone.

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WASHINGTON — The federal income tax deadline has passed for most individual taxpayers. However, some haven't filed their 2021 tax returns or paid their tax due.

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WASHINGTON — A hobby is any activity that a person pursues because they enjoy it and with no intention of making a profit. People operate a business with the intention of making a profit. Many people engage in hobby activities that turn into a source of income. However, determining if that hobby has grown into a business can be confusing.

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WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service announced Saturday hours at the Charlotte Taxpayer Assistance Center on April 9, from 9 a.m.to 4 p.m. No appointment is needed.

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North Carolina is the proud home of several military bases representing the U.S. Armed Forces. Our military presence is huge, leaving the pursuit of making North Carolina the most military-friendly state long overdue. To some military men and women, North Carolina is just a brief stop in their journey; To over 650,000 veterans, it’s home.

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No. 32 Lady Raiders drop playo…

WILMINGTON — A trip to the coast resulted in the Lady Raiders’ season coming to an end on Monday. Read more

United Way of Richmond County …

HAMLET — Lynn McCaskill, chairman of the United Way of Richmond County board, opened the May 11 ceremony at the Richmond Community College amphitheater, saying it was to “celebrate the... Read more

NCDHHS shares recommendations …

RALEIGH — Amidst the nationwide infant formula shortage, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is connecting families with resources and sharing recommendations to help navigate supply issues... Read more

Raiders' 4x100 relay team, Sta…

APEX — Competing in Saturday’s North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s 4A Mideast regional meet, the Richmond Senior High School track and field program brought home some serious hardware. Read more

REaCH student accepted into N…

HAMLET — The Richmond County School District is pleased to recognize Savannah Shepard for her acceptance into the 2022 N.C. Governor’s School program.  Read more

Hamlet Police: Drugs found dur…

HAMLET —  Two men are facing criminal charges after police reportedly found marijuana and heroin during a traffic stop late last week. Read more

OPINION: I lost my daughter du…

For decades, veterans, their families, and civilian staff stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina have sought justice for the unlawful exposure to toxic water. Due to... Read more

Wingate Athletics receives $2 …

WINGATE — Wingate University Athletics announced Monday that it has received a $2 million gift from Andrew (’01) and Julie Smart that will significantly advance fundraising for a student-athlete training... Read more

N.C. law enforcement agencies …

RALEIGH — The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, N.C. Highway Patrol and Mothers Against Drunk Driving will kick off the annual “On the Road, On the Water, Don’t Drink and Drive”... Read more

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