CORRECTION: This article originally stated wrongly that the budget for 2020-2021 was approved Tuesday. It was only presented Tuesday, and the board will vote on it Thursday. The article has been updated to reflect this.
ROCKINGHAM — Richmond Community College officials will have to wait a little while longer before they get the green light to move into the new Kenneth and Claudia Robinette Building in downtown Rockingham.
As hurricane season starts Monday, most of North Carolina’s coastal counties are grappling with shortfalls or concerns about equipment and resources as they balance the dual threat of tropical weather and the COVID-19 pandemic.
RALEIGH — North Carolina’s capital city enacted a curfew Monday after two nights of protests over the latest killing of a black man by police led to street fires, store break-ins, and fireworks thrown at officers.
ROCKINGHAM — The city’s Parks and Recreation Department announced in a Monday Facebook post that all of its summer offerings have been canceled because of restrictions stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
ROCKINGHAM — Blake Altman, owner of Evolution Health Club in Rockingham, has been charged with a misdemeanor for violating Governor Roy Cooper’s executive order after prematurely reopening his business this week.
HAMLET – North Carolina is now in Phase II of the re-opening process, and many are anxious to return to their normal places of worship. Richmond Community College and the Small Business Center will be assisting local churches and places of worship in reopening in a safe manner.