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While she’s spent the past month highlighting the successful women of Richmond County, Tourism Director Meghann Lambeth is a leading lady in her own right.

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Our featured leading lady today is another multi-talented leader who prefers to stay in the background. Richmond Senior High School Class of 1995 graduate Diane Leggett is one of those leaders whose presence is not nearly as noticeable as her absence would be.

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The youngest of seven children, Nancy Little Averitte, was born in Aug. 3, 1940 in Rockingham. After graduating high school in 1958, she married her husband, Bill Averitte, in 1959 and the newlyweds made their home in Hamlet, where Nancy would later become a major contributor in the railroad community. 

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Today (Saturday) we celebrate the leading lady in downtown Hamlet, who has introduced a wide range of events to the historic hub of the Seaboard since she became the Hamlet Depot & Museums director and Downtown Events coordinator two years ago.

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Our featured leading lady today is a Hamlet native and although her career has taken her to various other locations in the country, her heart has always been in “Hub of the Seaboard.” 

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

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HAMLET — October signals it’s time for the annual Seaboard Festival.   

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HAMLET — Residents with commercial vehicles will have to find somewhere else to park their rigs since they're no longer be allowed to park within the city limits.

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Tuesday, 19 February 2019 18:43

3 vie for empty Hamlet City Council seat

HAMLET — Three people have thrown their proverbial hats in the ring to fill a city council vacancy and one of them could be sworn in as early as next week.

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HAMLET – Thousands of people were “all aboard” in downtown Hamlet over the weekend.

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