ROCKINGHAM — The Richmond County Dementia Capable Action Team is hosting its inaugural Dementia Friendly Celebration on Tuesday, Nov. 12 , from 9:30 a.m.–1 p.m at Richmond County Community College, Cole Auditorium located at 1042 West Hamlet Ave. in Hamlet. 

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ROCKINGHAM — Heavy metal band Metallica will be headlining two nights of the second annual Epicenter Festival — which will not return to Richmond County for 2020.

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ROCKINGHAM — Epicenter will not be returning to The Rock.

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Wednesday, 24 July 2019 17:36

Carolina Titans are back in action

LAUREL HILL — The Carolina Titans softball program has been able to return to the diamond the past couple of weeks after rain caused them to miss out on some opportunities.  

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Friday, 14 June 2019 16:41

The Rock cancels July 4 fireworks show

ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County will have one less fireworks display on Independence Day.

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ROCKINGHAM — A woman recently convicted of having key ingredients to make methamphetamine is facing similar charges in two counties.

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ROCKINGHAM — The pit area at Rockingham Dragway, which on most weekends is home to hundreds of high-performance race cars, has been transformed this week to accommodate the biggest non-automotive event in Richmond County history.

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ROCKINGHAM — One Richmond County woman and her daughter spent the morning of Earth Day cleaning up a local park.

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ROCKINGHAM — Although the number of meth lab busts has diminished in recent years, the manufactured drug is still making its way into Richmond County, as highlighted by recent arrests.

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HAMLET — A local manufacturer is expanding, with plans to add 30 jobs in the next five years.

State and local officials announced Thursday that Superior Plastics Extrusion Company, known as Impact Plastics, will be investing a total of $13 million over the next five years, with an initial investment of $5.3 million and 13 jobs.

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