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ROCKINGHAM — The current pandemic doesn’t seem to be affecting litterbugs in Richmond County.

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RALEIGH — The frequency of animal-vehicle crashes climbed considerably in the latest annual report from the N.C. Department of Transportation.

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ROCKINGHAM — Five of Richmond County’s six municipalities will, combined, nearly $256,000 for street maintenance.

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RALEIGH — The state Department of Transportation defended its overspending and planned reforms to a skeptical Senate Transportation Committee on Wednesday, May 27.

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ROCKINGHAM — Roadside trash remains a problem across Richmond County.

So much so that County Manager Bryan Land referred to it as an “epidemic” during Tuesday night’s meeting of the Richmond County Board of Commissioners.

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Wednesday, 04 December 2019 17:16

Land: 'Minimal improvement' seen in roadside trash

ROCKINGHAM — More than 500 bags of trash were picked up along Richmond County roadways by county and state workers in November, County Manager Bryan Land told commissioners Tuesday night.

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RALEIGH — Road construction will begin to ramp up again early next year, but contractors say they will suffer in the meantime.

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Tuesday, 09 July 2019 21:25

4 Richmond County roads get names

ROCKINGHAM — The Richmond County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday gave approval for the renaming of four roads along the U.S. 220-Interstate 73/74 corridor.

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EAST ROCKINGHAM — A small group of people took time out of their day Saturday to help curb pollution and improve the aesthetics of two Richmond County roads.

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GOLDSBORO — North Carolina transportation officials today reopened the last road in the state that had been closed since Hurricane Florence struck last fall.

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