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Hamlet, N.C. (April 5, 2018) – Richmond Community College’s Board of Trustees approved at its meeting Tuesday the lease agreement between the College and FirstHealth of the Carolinas for the clinical simulators that will be housed in a section of the former hospital in Hamlet.

RICHMOND COUNTY, NC - “Let’s do lunch!” – A common catchphrase muttered by millions of men and women across the country every single day.

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ROCKINGHAM - A golf tournament will be held to support Mount Olive Baptist Church’s mission trip to Nicaragua on April 28 at Scotch Meadows Country Club in Laurinburg.

ROCKINGHAM – Looking for a competitive footrace or a family fun run? How about a chance to just take a stroll to support a good cause?

ROCKINGHAM - William “Buddy Roe” S. Roebuck passed away January 1, 2018. He left behind a legacy that continues to support an extraordinary event, Richmond County Special Olympics.

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Wednesday, 04 April 2018 05:06

County Commissioners hold April meeting

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ROCKINGHAM- The Richmond County Board of Commissioners held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday at the Judicial Center in Rockingham.

ROCKINGHAM - April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) and according to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), SAAM is celebrating its 17th anniversary with the theme “Embrace Your Voice” to inform individuals how they can use their words to promote safety, respect, and equality to stop sexual violence before it happens.

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