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For decades, veterans, their families, and civilian staff stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina have sought justice for the unlawful exposure to toxic water. Due to an obscure North Carolina statute, those impacted have been denied the opportunity to seek justice via the judicial system. Proposed legislation currently under review in the U.S. Senate would rectify this egregious breach of justice.

Published in Opinion

ROCKINGHAM — A fundraiser scheduled for Saturday will raise money to go into a trust for the children of a recent local cancer victim.

Published in Lifestyle

WINGATE — Connecting what you’re taught in the classroom to the world around you should be the goal for every student. For Wingate exercise science major Gracie Moree, the opportunity to do research that could address an immediate need within her family was both rewarding and inspiring.

Published in Lifestyle

PINEHURST — Ten years of hospitality and hope will be celebrated on Thursday, May 5, during a rededication of The Foundation of FirstHealth’s Clara McLean House and The Healing Garden. 

Published in Lifestyle

PINEHURST — Colorectal polyps and colorectal cancer don’t always cause symptoms. Someone could have colorectal cancer and not know it, making regular screenings for colorectal cancer critical. 

Published in Lifestyle

ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County’s biker community rolled out from the Hide-A-Way Tavern on Saturday to benefit one of their own: the bar’s owner.

Published in Local News
Friday, 08 October 2021 19:58

Former student memorialized at Richmond Senior

ROCKINGHAM — One former student will be forever remembered with a memorial tree, plaque and bench at Richmond Senior High School.

Published in Local News

PINEHURST — Cancer affects everyone. Nearly 17 million people are living with and beyond cancer in the United States, and there are more than 43 million cancer survivors across the globe. 

Published in Lifestyle

PINEHURST — Cancer survivors throughout the Sandhills will gather together — while staying apart — for the 33rd annual National Cancer Survivors Day. 

Published in Local News

PEMBROKE — Thomas Crowe-Allbritton smiles in the face of adversity.

His journey to UNC Pembroke has been an uphill battle, but no matter the obstacle, he has persevered–all while maintaining his signature smile.

Published in Lifestyle
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