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For decades, veterans, their families, and civilian staff stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina have sought justice for the unlawful exposure to toxic water. Due to an obscure North Carolina statute, those impacted have been denied the opportunity to seek justice via the judicial system. Proposed legislation currently under review in the U.S. Senate would rectify this egregious breach of justice.

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ROCKINGHAM — Nearly 52 acres of land could soon fall within the city limits pending the outcome of a public hearing.

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ROCKINGHAM — Some Richmond County water customers may experience low water pressure on Wednesday as crews work to repair a leak.

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RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services today (Monday) announced the Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program will expand to include all low-income households needing assistance in paying their water bill.

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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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