Wednesday, 11 September 2019 17:35

'Richmond County will never forget' 9/11

ROCKINGHAM — “On Sept. 11, 2011, America changed forever — and Richmond County will never forget.”

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ROCKINGHAM — First responders from across Richmond County will once again remember those who lost their lives 18 years ago.

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 HAMLET — In a patriotic service to celebrate Richmond County's “everyday heroes,” Dr. Allison Farrah, pastor of First Baptist Church, led the congregation and choir to demonstrate appreciation for those who protect and serve the community on Sunday, July 14.

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NEW YORK — With partnership funding from CSX, the First Responders Children’s Foundation, a nonprofit organization committed to ensuring that the children of first responders receive the resources necessary to help them thrive, is proud to announce that additional scholarships for the 2019-2020 academic year are now available for eligible candidates nationwide. 

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HOFFMAN — A call about an airplane in distress led to a short, fruitless search Tuesday night.

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HAMLET — Box jumps, wall balls, bench press, deadlifts and kettle-bell swings are just a few exercises local first responders will be doing in the High Intensity Training class that Richmond Community College will be offering this spring at the Rockingham Rescue Squad. 

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Wednesday, 06 February 2019 17:28

Waters retiring after 28 years with Hamlet PD

HAMLET — After nearly 30 years in law enforcement, Hamlet Police Chief Scott Waters is stepping away from public service.

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CORDOVA — First responders around Richmond County are receiving training on how to get riders off of public transportation vans in the event of a wreck.

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We applaud Richmond County’s law enforcement officers who recently went through Crisis Intervention Team training, learning how to better deal with those who may be mentally ill or have developmental disabilities.

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HAMLET — Sixteen students completed the Emergency Medical Technician–Basic program at Richmond Community College on Jan. 23 and are on the career path to becoming a first responder.

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