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RALEIGH — With COVID-19 cases reaching record highs last month, North Carolina laboratories reported 2,627,371 tests performed across the state during the month of January. This included 11 days with more than 100,000 tests and a one-day high of 135,031 on Jan. 12.

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CHARLOTTE — In 2021, people in the Greater Carolinas Region and across the country faced great emergency needs as the ongoing pandemic exacerbated the challenges related to severe disasters, blood shortages and global conflict.

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ROCKINGHAM — A load of supplies is on its way from Richmond County to Kentucky to help those affected by tornadoes earlier this month.

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ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County’s first responder agencies are teaming up to lend support to those in Kentucky who were affected by tornadoes last week.

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ROCKINGHAM — One local business has teamed up with Richmond County Aging Services to help provide local seniors with needed items for the holidays.

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HAMLET — Richmond County Schools will hold its 13th annual Stuff the Bus campaign on Tuesday, Aug. 3 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Walmart parking lot. Stuff the Bus is a partnership between United Way of Richmond County, Walmart and Richmond County Schools. 

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ROCKINGHAM — When Hurricane Isaias set its sights on North Carolina, United Way of Richmond County Executive Director Michelle Parrish was a little worried about the weather for Tuesday’s Stuff the Bus campaign.

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ROCKINGHAM — VFW Post 4203 is collecting supplies for victims of Hurricane Dorian as the storm slowly makes its way toward the Carolinas.

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