RALEIGH – The theme at this year’s 150th North Carolina State Fair was “Nothing Could Be Finer,” and Richmond County 4-H’ers proved just that by their strong showing at events this year.

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Wednesday, 01 November 2017 14:36

Local Business Spotlight: The Embroidery Corner

In this week’s edition of the RO’s exclusive “Local Business Spotlight” column, contributor Cleve Baxley meets with Colleen Parsons, the owner and of The Embroidery Corner.

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ROCKINGHAM – Earlier this week, drivers in downtown Rockingham may have noticed several people walking around with cameras and peeping through store windows. But one is not to be alarmed; it was just the Richmond County Photography Group (RCPG) exploring the area.

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ROCKINGHAM -- In the latest edition of the RO’s exclusive “Local Business Spotlight” column, contributor Cleve Baxley meets with the owner and employees of Broad Street Jewelry and Loan.

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Entering its third week, the “Local Business Spotlight” column continues to showcase local businesses in Richmond County each week. The question-and-answer format, presented by the RO and contributor Cleve Baxley, aims to highlight what local businesses are doing in the community. With the RO being a large supporter of small businesses, it encourages you to nominate a local business to be featured in this new weekly column.

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ROCKINGHAM – The Richmond Senior High School Marching Band is daring those brave enough to attempt to outrun the tricks and treats of Halloween in its Zombie 5K run.

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ROCKINGHAM – The summer sun may be setting, but Rockin’ Tan has Richmond County covered.

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 ROCKINGHAM – This Saturday, October 7,, will be an important day in Richmond County as Rockingham’s VFW Post 4203 will be hosting its annual charity yard sale.

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Wednesday, 04 October 2017 11:10

Local Business Spotlight: Family Pharmacy

In continuing its new column, the Richmond Observer and contributor Cleve Baxley will showcase a local business in Richmond County each week. The question-and-answer format is to highlight what local businesses are doing in the community, and the RO being a large supporter of small businesses, encourages you to nominate a local business to be featured in this new weekly column.

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HAMLET – As fall approaches, folks are beginning to look forward to getting that first taste of seasonal produce. And there’s no better place in the county to get that produce than from Greg Shelley, better known as “Collard Man.”

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