William R. Toler

William R. Toler

ELLERBE — Two women spent the weekend in the woods around Millstone 4-H Camp waiting to be rescued.

HAMLET — Rinika Pittman was able to read Monday for the first time since 2014, thanks to new technology for the visually impaired.

HAMLET — Ann Wheeler hopes she and the rest of the Hamlet Lions Club can help bring sight to the legally blind.

ROCKINGHAM — Fireworks will light up the Marston sky this summer for the inaugural “4th of July at the Rock” extravaganza.

ROCKINGHAM — The Richmond County Board of Elections on Tuesday voted to approve the purchase of new voting machines that are more simple and secure than those currently in use.

Tuesday, 09 April 2019 17:09

SCDOT officials aim to open bridge by May

WALLACE, S.C. — Officials with the South Carolina Department of Transportation hope to have a short section of U.S. 1 open before Memorial Day.

ROCKINGHAM — A man who was out on bail on a number of charges is back in the Richmond County Jail on a higher bond after a deputy got suspicious.

ELLERBE — Two Richmond County fruit farmers were glad to see their crops survived Wednesday morning’s frost.

HAMLET — A mother and son are facing felony charges for allegedly spreading funny money around town.

ROCKINGHAM — The owners of a dog or group of dogs that attack a person could face criminal charges if a bill filed by state Sen. Tom McInnis makes it through the General Assembly.

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