Wednesday, 08 April 2020 14:37

RALEIGH — Today, Gov. Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina has received approval from FEMA to provide housing alternatives, such as hotels, motels, and dormitories, for North Carolinians with unstable housing who may need to quarantine in response to or are at high-risk for severe illness from COVID-19. 

How to use previous soil test …

RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Agronomic Services lab has scaled back its testing to a few core services, making home soil testing another casualty of... Read more

RichmondCC’s Nursing Assistant…

HAMLET — Richmond Community College’s Nursing Assistant program trains and prepares students to sit for the state exam and become a Certified Nurse Assistant. CNAs provide basic patient care under... Read more

FEMA approves N.C. request to …

RALEIGH — Today, Gov. Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina has received approval from FEMA to provide housing alternatives, such as hotels, motels, and dormitories, for North Carolinians with unstable... Read more

UPDATE: Richmond County corona…

ROCKINGHAM — As of 2 p.m., April 8, 2020, Richmond County has two laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19. Read more

Man charged in East Rockingham…

ROCKINGHAM — A man is in the Richmond County Jail on a murder charge following a homicide early Wednesday. Read more

N.C. could lose half of its sm…

RALEIGH — The general counsel of the NC Chamber offered an ominous prediction this week. More than half of the state’s small businesses will close by mid-April if Gov. Roy Cooper’s... Read more

Richmond County COVID-19 Heroe…

Prior to COVID-19, Richmond Community College has always been a point of pride for our county for the variety of academic opportunities and numerous other contributions made to our community... Read more

Second COVID-19 case confirmed…

ROCKINGHAM — The Richmond County Health Department announced late Wednesday morning the second lab-confirmed case of COVID-19. Read more

COLUMN: Court distinguishes be…

If being cooped up for days has made you irritable, so irritable that you’ve taken out your frustrations online, a recent ruling from the N.C. Court of Appeals might offer... Read more



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