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ROCKINGHAM — A South Carolina man is facing gun-related charges following an incident late last week.

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FLORENCE, S.C. — The McLeod Health Foundation has received two grants from The Duke Endowment totaling $1,225,000 to provide home-based primary care to patients in rural communities through  nurse-facilitated telehealth as well as expand school-based telehealth programs in five rural counties in South  Carolina.  

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CHARLESTON, S.C. — Since joining REV in 2019, president and CEO Jason Lee has propelled the organization to new heights. Transitioning to a new name, strategic vision, and mission, under Lee’s leadership, REV has once again achieved another milestone. The credit union received merger approval from the National Credit Union Administration and members of North Carolina based Riegelwood Federal Credit Union and Hamlet Federal Credit Union, making REV a multi-state financial institution.

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CHERAW, S.C. — Northeastern Technical College held its inaugural convocation on Aug. 27 at the NETC main campus in Cheraw. 

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ROCKINGHAM — A Richmond County woman is facing charges in a South Carolina human trafficking case.

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ROCKINGHAM — One event has already been cancelled due to heavy wind and rains expected on Thursday.

The Rockingham Downtown Corporation made the decision to cancel its semiannual event, Affair on the Square, late Tuesday night. There will be no make-up date.

Hurricane Michael made landfall near Mexico Beach, Florida, along the western edge of the panhandle, around 1:30 Wednesday afternoon after strengthening overnight to a Category 4 storm. Maximum sustained winds were 155 mph— just 2 mph shy of a Category 5 —  according to the National Hurricane Center.

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Thursday, 20 September 2018 22:23

NWS: Florence Remnant Could Return to Carolinas

ROCKINGHAM— Florence may not be finished with the Carolinas just yet.

A remnant of the once-Category 4 hurricane that devastated parts of North and South Carolina over the weekend could be headed this way.

According to the National Weather Service, a low pressure system left over from Florence has looped back around and currently has gale-force winds. As of 8:07 p.m. Thursday, the system was 100 miles northeast of Bermuda heading southwest at 15 mph.

While the probability is only 20 percent, meteorologists say the low could develop tropical characteristics over the next five days.

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