ROCKINGHAM — During the inaugural Epicenter Festival in May, there were representatives from myriad media outlets, ranging from newspapers and magazines to radio.

But there was one individual who stood out — mostly because of his age.

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HAMLET — All of Richmond County is invited to a gospel concert on Thursday which will benefit the Masonic Home for Children at Oxford.

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HAMLET — Doors opened at 5:45 p.m. Thursday, June 6 at King’s Gate Church allowing VIP ticket holders early entrance to meet Christian musician Jason Crabb. 

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PINEHURST — School’s out for the summer and the “Godfather of Shock Rock” is ready for golf.

Two Richmond County natives, who now live in Moore County and who happen to be brother and sister, both saw Alice Cooper on Tuesday.

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ROCKINGHAM — Live music, children's activities, exhibitors, artists and merchants will all move outdoors to the sidewalks of downtown Rockingham Thursday evening for the latest edition of Affair On The Square. 

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HAMLET — Musical talent flowed naturally at Cole Auditorium Thursday, April 11 through a uniquely gifted family — The Next Generation Leahy. 

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ROCKINGHAM — Fireworks will light up the Marston sky this summer for the inaugural “4th of July at the Rock” extravaganza.

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HAMLET — The Cole Auditorium, located on main campus of Richmond Community College, welcomes the Canadian Celtic group Next Generation Leahy on Thursday, April 11. 

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ROCKINGHAM— “If a book on customer service could be written, the Haigler brothers should definitely be the authors,” said County Manager Bryan Land as he announced the retirement of longtime Richmond County Airport Managers, Doyle and Sam Haigler to the County Commissioners Tuesday evening.  

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Friday, 01 March 2019 14:23

COLUMN: Music and memories

While driving not long ago, I was listening to the car radio as I do on almost every drive. The only time the radio is not on is when I am on the phone. I don't have one of those fancy setups that allow me to talk on the phone through the radio. My wife does, but she has a newer car. I have an old beater with a stereo that only works when you use FM radio. The CD player stopped playing a few weeks ago and I haven't gotten around to taking the CDs out of the car. I listen to mostly classic rock or oldies stations wherever I am. I like the same music I liked when I was younger and I still listen to it now. 

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