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HAMLET — Richmond Community College will host an Open House on Wednesday, Nov. 6, from 4 to 7 p.m. for its new Scotland County Campus.

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

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LAUREL HILL — A biker was airlifted Sunday after crashing near the Richmond-Scotland line.

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HOFFMAN — One Richmond County legislator is asking the state’s wildlife agency to contribute part of the money it makes off the Sandhills Game Lands in lieu of the lost tax revenue to the county.

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LAURINBURG — Investigators in Scotland County have arrested three men and are looking for three others they say are responsible for a recent regional crime spree.

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LAURINBURG — A Rockingham woman is facing 11 felony charges for allegedly falsely reporting a missing mother and child.

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LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help finding a missing woman and her infant daughter who investigators say they believe to be in danger.

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Wednesday, 30 January 2019 18:41

Ellerbe man charged in Scotland County vice roundup

LAURINBURG — A Richmond County man is one of 18 people recently charged by the Scotland County Sheriff’s Office on drug or vice-related offenses following a two-month undercover investigation, WPDE reports.

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RALEIGH — Cascades Holdings U.S., Inc. (Cascades) has selected Scotland County for a significant expansion of its operations. The company will invest $58 million and create 66 new jobs over two years, Gov. Roy Cooper announced today.

“International manufacturers like Cascades are thriving in North Carolina,” said Cooper. “Our state’s global reputation attracts new investments and jobs because companies know North Carolina’s skilled industrial workers will help them succeed here. These new jobs are an extra welcome boost for an area working to recover from Hurricane Florence. ”

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