Tuesday, 27 October 2020 16:24

ROCKINGHAM — With Halloween around the corner, many Richmond County residents are wondering how trick-or-treating will look this year.

What will Halloween look like …

ROCKINGHAM — With Halloween around the corner, many Richmond County residents are wondering how trick-or-treating will look this year. Read more

Don't Get Tricked: Stay safe o…

RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Transportation, through its Watch for Me NC pedestrian and bicycle safety program, is encouraging parents, motorists and trick-or-treaters to be safe this Halloween. Read more

Cassette Rewind to bring authe…

HAMLET —  “Who you gonna call” to go back in time? The Cole Auditorium has called the Southeast’s premier ’80s tribute band Cassette Rewind to perform Friday night to wrap up... Read more

North Carolina Zoo’s Toy Lambe…

ASHEBORO — North Carolina Zoo Volunteer Coordinator Toy Lambeth was honored with the Governor’s Awards for Excellence for Human Relations on Tuesday, Oct. 27. Read more

Sharing a treasure: Richmond C…

  Longtime Richmond County resident David Snead has been beekeeping since his youth. It is something that runs in his blood, as his father and grandfather were also beekeepers.  Read more

RSHS baseball, volleyball team…

ROCKINGHAM — As the sports scene continues to heat up around Richmond Senior High School’s facilities, several programs are looking for community support to kickstart the 2020-21 athletic calendar. Read more

OPINION: The up side of divide…

As of late October, the political modelers at FiveThirtyEight gave Democrats a 72% chance of pulling off the trifecta — winning the White House and majorities in both Houses of... Read more

State treasurer fights for pri…

RALEIGH — Time is running out for North Carolina’s State Health Plan. Read more

Rockingham detective honored b…

ROCKINGHAM — A local police officer has been recognized by the state’s top law enforcement agency for her role in combating methamphetamine production in Richmond County. Read more



Richmond County Schools' Dr. Jeff Maples and Dr. Kate Smith join the show tonight to discuss the recent announcement that students will be learning virtually 1 day a week starting... Read more