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ROCKINGHAM — Richmond Senior High’s Marching Raiders will have an easier time quenching their thirst this fall thanks to a local grocery store.

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ROCKINGHAM — A national restaurant chain with a Richmond County location is offering free food to those who help first responders.

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ROCKINGHAM — With the weather warming up, more people will be hitting Hitchcock Creek and the Pee Dee River for water-related recreation.

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Friday, 26 February 2021 11:16

COLUMN: The forgotten Seaburn Spring

The other week while it was raining, I was checking my computer about some history of Richmond County. I happened to run across a subject of waterways located in the county. I recognized all the names except one, and that was Seaburn Spring and Branch.

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ROCKINGHAM — With Richmond County water bills coming due in just a few days, many customers have recently posted on social media that they haven’t yet received their December bills.

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HAMLET — Council members on Tuesday reviewed the city’s water and sewer rates since last summer’s rate increase.

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ROCKINGHAM-  “What do we have to do to get water for area residents?”  

That was the question posed to the Richmond County Board of Commissioners Tuesday night by Preston Waddell, chairman of Wolf Pit precinct No. 4. He said he was speaking on behalf of citizens of that area.  

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Wednesday, 09 January 2019 17:23

Hamlet council grants 2-day water bill extension

HAMLET — Several contributing factors will give city residents a little extra time to get their water bills paid.

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RICHMOND COUNTY - Richmond County leaks like a sieve. It continuously leaks fresh spring water into hundreds of springs, branches, ponds, lakes and creeks from one end of the county to the other like the veins in a leaf.

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I work in a rural area in Richmond County, which is on the border of Hitchcock Creek. We often see strange sights and various critters in this area. Where I work, our trucks are constantly coming and going, so we have large scales for them to pull onto to weigh in and out.

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