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HAMLET – On Saturday, September 23, Rebecca Rainwater and her mother, Lorie, put together a free event for the public for direct sell and small businesses in Richmond County called the “Faithfully Shopping Spree.” The event was held at the Cole Auditorium from 2 to 6 p.m.

EAST ROCKINGHAM – At 10:10 p.m. Friday night, a call went out to Richmond County first responders that a pedestrian had been struck in front of the Village Mart on Airport Road.

The following is Congressman Robert Pittenger's (NC-09) weekly column. Congressman Pittenger will appear tonight in an exclusive interview on LIVE AT 5.

ROCKINGHAM –McNair Auto Sales will hold its grand opening at its new location at 1026 E Broad Avenue on Saturday, September 30, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  

Monday, 25 September 2017 07:14

Connections After 5: September Meeting a Success

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ELLERBE – The grounds of Millstone 4-H Camp were abuzz Thursday night for the latest Richmond County Chamber of Commerce’s “Connections After 5” event.  

HAMLET -- Hamlet City Clerk Tammy Kirkley graduated from Richmond Community College in 2015, earning an Associate in Business Administration, as well as a certificate in Public Administration.

RICHMOND COUNTY – Acres of submarginal land, and what some called wasteland in the early 20th century, is being “hidden” today in Richmond County.

RALEIGH — Gerrymandering is a practice that attempts to establish a political advantage for a particular party or group by manipulating district boundaries to create partisan-advantaged districts.

ROCKINGHAM – There is a new way to spell “cleaning” in Richmond County, and it’s  in the form “Covington’s Kleening Service.” The new local business, located at 225 South Hancock Street in Rockingham, was welcomed as a new Chamber of Commerce member during a ribbon cutting ceremony held on-site on Wednesday afternoon. 

PINEHURST – In September 1990, Dewey McClendon, a Montgomery County resident with a long history of heart trouble, became the first person to have open-heart surgery at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital.

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