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Thursday, 13 July 2017 07:14

Allen Adeimy Fitness: Revamping Kids Fitness

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ROCKINGHAM — In a day and age when our society is extremely health conscious and centered on personal wellness, the focus of children's wellbeing may be the most important. And for Richmond County native Allen Adeimy, it all starts with introducing youngsters to a healthy lifestyle.

HAMLET -- The Hamlet City Council held its July meeting Tuesday night at council chambers located at 201 Main Street in Hamlet.

In the first city council meeting since the cancellation of the Fourth of July events, constituents and city employees filled the chambers to hear a variety of reports of the city's well-being. In an atmosphere that can be defined as "calm, cool and collected," the council was readily prepared to discuss last week's holiday events.

Wednesday, 12 July 2017 06:44

Deep Impact: To Know Christ and to Make HIM Known

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ROCKINGHAM—There’s a deep impact happening in various communities throughout Richmond County and it is flowing directly from First Baptist Church of Rockingham. Under the direction of Debbie Holloway, First Baptist Church is one of many sites that houses the youth participants from congregations of various North Carolina baptist churches for the Deep Impact Mission camp.

RICHMOND COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA – For the 3rd year in a row, beer and chicken wing lovers will gather in Richmond Plaza Shopping Center for the Richmond County Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Hoptoberfest.

Tuesday, 11 July 2017 09:24

Rockingham Rotary Club Hosts Rotary Governor

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ROCKINGHAM -- Scott Van Der Linden, Governor of District 7680 was in attendance at the local Rockingham Rotary Club's meeting Monday July 10th.

Tuesday, 11 July 2017 09:12

Community Home Care & Hospice: Extending Beyond the Home

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ROCKINGHAM—When a patient passed away two short weeks ago, one of the largest hospice providers came together to see how they could grant their last wish.

ROCKINGHAM— According to a NC Highway Patrol report, two Richmond County residents are recovering from injuries sustained in a head on traffic collision that occurred early morning on Wednesday, July 5.

Miss Greater Sampson County, Victoria Huggins, recently became the 80th Miss North Carolina to take the crown. And this past weekend, she granted The Richmond Observer a live interview

Huggins said that growing up in a small town has helped her prepare for the platform as Miss America. The St. Pauls native of Robeson County is a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism and mass communications. She previously served as a producer and reporter for Carolina in the Morning at WECT in Wilmington, NC.

Monday, 10 July 2017 10:59

Recent RSHS Graduate to Join Richmond Observer Staff

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ROCKINGHAM– A recent Richmond Senior High School graduate is using her summer to learn the ropes of journalism.

Monday, 10 July 2017 10:34

New Yoga Studio Opens in Hamlet

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HAMLET— A Richmond County native has returned from Hunstersville, NC to open a yoga studio on Main Street in Hamlet.

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