ROCKINGHAM — An incident involving an L.J. Bell Elementary School bus driver spanking a student on a bus last week was not what it appeared to be, Richmond County Schools officials said Wednesday.
HAMLET — A man is facing multiple identity theft charges after deputies say he used his children's personal information to obtain several credit cards.
CHARLOTTE — Danny Ray Coleman of Hamlet has recently become recognized as a member of Sigma Alpha Lambda, a national leadership and honors organization at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
HAMLET — Jones on Main, the restaurant replacing Café on Main, will not keep hungry people waiting for much longer after weather delays caused it to postpone its original grand opening date.
ROCKINGHAM — A man accused of hitting a woman in the face with a beer can Tuesday faces a charge of assault with a deadly weapon.
CHERAW, S.C. — Community Health Systems, Inc. has announced “a definitive agreement” to sell its ownership interests in Bennettsville's Marlboro Park Hospital and in Cheraw's Chesterfield General Hospital to M/C...
ROCKINGHAM — With less than two weeks left to announce the sale of Rockingham Speedway to avoid foreclosure, there is still no official word on the historic track's future.
ROCKINGHAM — Fire Chief Harold Isler said a blaze that broke out in the garage of a 907 Walnut Lane home Tuesday afternoon could have been much worse.
ROCKINGHAM — Marshall Berry and Pat Britt of Pat's Kitchen will host another of their famous local fundraisers Saturday, and this time the proceeds will go to the Place of Grace homeless ministry to help fund new construction.
ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County's state senator is co-sponsoring a bill that would broker a compromise between local governments and newspapers over who publishes legal public notices online.
TRX training, or suspension training, has been around since the late '80s when a Navy SEAL commando developed the gear to stay fit and in shape while out on duty.
HAMLET — Two months after police say he sped away from a drunken-driving checkpoint and led officers on a 100 mph wrong-way chase, the law has caught up with Anthony Littles.
In a room packed with more than 300 veterans and their families, American Legion National Commander Michael D. Helm laid out a wide-ranging legislative agenda before members and leadership of the U.S. House and Senate committees on veterans'...
4-H began as a way to improve the lives and fortunes of rural youth across the country and became the youth outreach arm of the N.C. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H is a youth development organization with a national membership of more than 6...
WALLACE, S.C. — A local man died after veering into the path of an oncoming tractor-trailer early Monday on U.S. 1, state troopers said.
HAMLET — It's been nearly four years since Robbie Taylor traded in his Richmond County Sheriff's Office badge for a Richmond Community College ID badge, but he still carries the cool demeanor of a 13-year law enforcement...
ROCKINGHAM — Police have charged two men with stealing flat-screen TVs, jewelry and beer in a December break-in at a Rockingham woman's home.
ROCKINGHAM — A homeless man is accused of flying into a rage and causing a disturbance at a McDonald's playground on Saturday.
ELLERBE — The Richmond County Republican Party will hold its annual precinct meetings and county convention on Thursday, March 19, at the Ellerbe Springs Inn.
WALLACE, S.C. — A driver died after veering into the path of an oncoming tractor-trailer early Monday on U.S. 1, state troopers said.
ROCKINGHAM — Across North Carolina, high school juniors have been preparing for today's ACT, marking the state's third year in requiring schools to administer the college placement test.
Michael Waddell had a low grade-point average, no entrance exam score and was months past the deadline when an athletic official sought to have the football player admitted to UNC's graduate school in fall 2003.
ROCKINGHAM — Students at Washington Street Elementary School celebrated the birthday of award-winning children's author Dr. Seuss on Monday with halls bedecked in colorful illustrations inspired by several of his books.
ROCKINGHAM — Rocking Trends Consignment Boutique is changing hands, but not much else. The new owner says she already has some exciting plans for the place but plans to keep things “business as usual” for customers.
ROCKINGHAM — A newly revamped website for Richmond County's government is a tool that Martie Butler said will “be helpful to everyone.”
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