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To the editor:

International Tie Disposal has been the subject of conversation within the Richmond County Community for the past month. ITD has interest in Richmond County solely based on a business transaction with CSX Transportation, whose railyard has called Richmond County home for more than a century. 

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ROCKINGHAM — Yet another holiday tradition has fallen victim to the coronavirus.

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HAMLET — City leaders want the permitting process for a proposed plant to have a more public process.

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HAMLET — Consider the coronavirus as the Grinch who stole Christmas in 2020 as another holiday tradition has been put on hold due to COVID concerns.

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HAMLET — Richmond County now has another physical reminder that jazz legend John Coltrane was born here.

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Wednesday, 23 September 2020 12:13

OPINION: America needs 2 fast things

America is in need of two things very fast and very different. One large, and one small — sort of. One that goes a couple hundred miles an hour, and one that goes almost the speed of light. One that travels in complicated paths, and one that goes in a giant circle. One that is familiar, and one that is not so much. One that is reliable and efficient, and one that crashes constantly.

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HAMLET — Tristan and Nolan Chavis hadn’t seen their dad, Gary, in nearly a year and a half — until Wednesday night.

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HAMLET — Richmond County residents are encouraged to visit the Seaboard City tomorrow for Food Truck Friday on Main.

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HAMLET — Yet another large annual event in Richmond County has fallen victim to the coronavirus.

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Thursday, 18 June 2020 13:24

Coltrane mural puts Hamlet 'on the map'

HAMLET —  News of the new John Coltrane mural on the side of the old Hamlet Theatre has spread throughout the world on social media.

Interim City Manager Bill Zell told the City Council Tuesday that artist Scott Nurkin has heard from places as far away as Australia and Japan in regards to the mural, as, apparently, photos have been texted all over the world.

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