William R. Toler

William R. Toler

HAMLET — The county won’t have to cough up any coin from its coffers to demolish a dilapidated former boat building facility.

HAMLET— A former mayor and council member could return to the city’s governing board.

HAMLET — The City Council will — for the third time in a year — have to fill an empty seat following the resignation of Councilman Terry Moore.

ROCKINGHAM — One local group is counting on the popularity of a character from the Star Wars series “The Mandalorian” to bring in big bucks to help control Richmond County’s unwanted pet population.

ROCKINGHAM — Roadside trash remains a problem across Richmond County.

So much so that County Manager Bryan Land referred to it as an “epidemic” during Tuesday night’s meeting of the Richmond County Board of Commissioners.

ROCKINGHAM — Richmond is the latest North Carolina county to become a Second Amendment Sanctuary.

ROCKINGHAM — With commissioners expected to vote Tuesday on a resolution to make Richmond County a sanctuary for the Second Amendment, one group is expressing concern about the spontaneous movement across the Tar Heel State.

ROCKINGHAM — “Pick up a box and go shopping.”

HAMLET — Around 40 candidates interviewed with potential employers at Cole Auditorium during a hiring event Thursday geared toward veterans and transitioning military personnel.

Thursday, 30 January 2020 19:43

Richmond County towns hoping for HGTV makeover

Richmond County could get some national exposure from a popular television network if one of three towns is chosen for revitalization.

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