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Lifestyle

Keep up-to-date on the latest lifestyle news from Richmond County

PINEHURST — Having a baby should be a happy time in any woman’s life. Moore County resident Joanne Neighbors is enjoying plenty of snuggles with her new addition, Elias, but his arrival didn’t come without some challenges.
HAMLET — Richmond Community College will hold the 2020 Cybersecurity Summit on Oct. 13 from 2 until 5 p.m. in a virtual format. The keynote speaker for this event is Shawn Dulaney, founder and CEO of Dulaney Group Technologies, LLC.
PINEHURST— FirstHealth of the Carolinas was recognized for the third consecutive year by The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives in the 2020 CHIME Healthcare’s Most Wired program, earning a certified acute and ambulatory level 8, and improving its previous certified level 7 achievement.
PEMBROKE — Five UNC Pembroke journalism alumni received third-place honors in a student category for environmental reporting, announced Sept. 30 during an annual award ceremony held by the Society of Environmental Journalists.
HAMLET — Whiskey Brown is ready to deliver a shot of soulful, hard-hitting, contagious Southern rock at Thursday’s ‘Car’certs at the Cole starting at 6 p.m.
ELLERBE — Angela Baker, a seventh-grade English Language Arts teacher at Ellerbe Middle School, has been named Richmond County Schools’ 2020-2021 Beginning Teacher of the Year.
ROCKINGHAM — Recent graduate Carley Lambeth has been selected as the Richmond Observer’s latest Teen of the Month.
Friday, 02 October 2020 11:09

COLUMN: A bridge too far Part II

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Operation Market Garden began early on Sunday morning, Sept. 17, 1944. Thousands of Allied paratroopers and glider personnel were flying to their destination in Holland.
ASHEBORO —The North Carolina Zoo is pleased to announce it received an award and two grants through the Association of Zoos and Aquariums at is its annual conference in September.
PINEHURST — Exercise truly is medicine for Mary Ellen Buckley, who avoided taking blood pressure medication by joining FirstHealth of the Carolinas Exercise is Medicine, a physician-referral program she also credits with increased protection from potential complications from illnesses like COVID-19.
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