Displaying items by tag: richmond county

ROCKINGHAM — Although the number of meth lab busts has diminished in recent years, the manufactured drug is still making its way into Richmond County, as highlighted by recent arrests.

Published in Local News
Tagged under

HAMLET — A local manufacturer is expanding, with plans to add 30 jobs in the next five years.

State and local officials announced Thursday that Superior Plastics Extrusion Company, known as Impact Plastics, will be investing a total of $13 million over the next five years, with an initial investment of $5.3 million and 13 jobs.

Published in Local News

ROCKINGHAM — On behalf of the Richmond County Department of Health and Human Services Crisis Center, Linda Taylor accepted non-perishable food items generously donated by county employees and private residents during a month-long food drive held in March.

Published in Local News

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

Published in Local News

ROCKINGHAM — Prior to the start of Monday night’s bowling tournament, Special Olympics Coordinator Theressa Smith had a problem: more bowlers than available lanes.

Published in Local News

HOFFMAN — One Richmond County legislator is asking the state’s wildlife agency to contribute part of the money it makes off the Sandhills Game Lands in lieu of the lost tax revenue to the county.

Published in Local News

ROCKINGHAM — A reviving landmark in Richmond County could get a multi-million dollar injection from the state if it survives the budget process.

Gov. Roy Cooper has included $8 million for the Rock Speedway and Entertainment Complex in his $25.2 million budget proposal.

Published in Local News

LAURINBURG — Investigators in Scotland County have arrested three men and are looking for three others they say are responsible for a recent regional crime spree.

Published in Local News

RALEIGH — FirstHealth of the Carolinas was honored this week by The North Carolina Healthcare Association with NCHA’s inaugural Healthier Communities Award. The newly-created award recognizes collaborative work by an NCHA member institution to promote health and well-being by addressing an identified need. FirstHealth was recognized for its leadership in the nation’s first implementation of The Daily Mile, an evidence-based physical activity program that originated in the United Kingdom.

Published in Local News

ROCKINGHAM — The Richmond County Tourism Development Authority is on the hunt for a new executive director.

Published in Local News
Page 3 of 12