William R. Toler

William R. Toler

ROCKINGHAM — United we stand, divided we fall.

It’s an old cliche, Tonee Grant admitted, but it was the message behind a unity march Saturday morning in downtown Rockingham.

ROCKINGHAM — Richmond Community Theatre’s summer camp will be a little different this year.

HAMLET — Richmond Senior High School’s athletic department will soon have a new revenue stream that branches out beyond the county line.

HAMLET — How and where Richmond County students will be learning this year is still up in the air as school officials wait on Gov. Roy Cooper.

ROCKINGHAM — The number of positive COVID-19 cases has risen each day this week, with 10 being reported on Thursday.

ROCKINGHAM — As Election Day draws closer, the Richmond County Board of Elections has to figure out where to set up for one-stop early voting.

ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County has surpassed 300 total cases of the coronavirus.

DOBBINS HEIGHTS — Town officials unveiled a new “Black Lives Matter” mural at the Dobbins Heights Town Park on Tuesday.

ROCKINGHAM — A seventh Richmond County resident has died as a result of the coronavirus, the Health Department announced on Tuesday.

On Wednesday, June 24, Gov. Roy Cooper issued yet another executive order related to the COVID-19 pandemic, mandating that North Carolinans wear face coverings for at least the next three weeks.

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