Moore County Law Enforcement Officers’ Association President Bradley Whitaker presented Lieutenant Cathy Williams with the James Wise Officer of the Year Award for 2015 on Thursday, November 19, 2015.
If you are a food service manager or know someone who is, this story is for you. Construction is now underway for the remodel, and we are working to help the new Firehouse Subs location coming to Aberdeen as they seek a quality Assistant Manager to help manage the new team. If you have strong food service leadership skills we would recommend working for this family owned and operated franchise to anyone.
Former County Deputy Public Safety Director Begins New Job As Southern Pines Fire Department Deputy Fire MarshalTuesday, 10 November 2015 18:31
The citizens of Southern Pines gained a very important new member of the team Monday morning November 9th when Southern Pines Fire Department Deputy Fire Marshal Kenneth Skipper reported for his first day of duty.
After careful consideration of several highly qualified candidates, the Village of Pinehurst and Fire Chief Carlton Cole are pleased to announce that Master Firefighter Jennifer Thompson will be promoted to Captain for the Village of Pinehurst Fire Department, effective November 12, 2015.
French Consul General To Bestow The Legion Of Honor Medal Upon 18 WWII Veterans
Pictured with Officer Flynn is his Grandmother who held the bible while he was sworn in and Town Clerk Regina Rosy.
Sheriff Neil Godfrey presented the Moore County Sheriff's Office Life Saver Award to Deputy Melissa Carroll on October 21, 2015 for effectively using her issued Automated External Defibrillator to revive a female whose heart had stopped beating. Sheriff Godfrey commended Deputy Carroll for her quick response and the professional manner in which she handled the emergency.
Groups Team Up To Launch Talk It Out Patch Program For NC Girl Scouts
Convention & Visitors Bureau, Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area Announces the Promotion of Beverly Stewart to Vice President of SalesTuesday, 20 October 2015 12:12
Southern Pines, NC – The Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) for the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area has announced the promotion of Beverly Stewart to vice president of sales. Stewart has served as the CVB's director of sales since 1991, where she has led the direct sales initiative. With numerous industry accolades and 27 years of experience in the hospitality and tourism industry, Stewart will oversee all sales functions at the CVB, and work on key strategic initatives with the CVB's executive team.
The Village of Pinehurst and the Pinehurst Police Department are pleased to announce Senior Patrol Officer (SPO) Brian Gorham as the Police Department's Performer of the Quarter.
Local resident and author 15 year old Keyana Cotton is excited to be sharing the first book that she has written entitled "The Perfect Plan".
We wanted to share a neat local happening that took place between two Pinecrest High School students at our local McDonald's restaurant in Aberdeen this week.
The Miss Noel Scholarship Pageant committee is seeking contestants for the 2016 Miss Noel Pageant being held Saturday, Nov. 14th, at 6 p.m. at the Aberdeen Elementary School Auditorium. This year's theme is "Frozen" and the pageant will include featured entertainment from current and former Miss Noel titleholders.
Marine Corporal William Kyle Ferrell of Carthage was laid to rest after a celebration of his life was held at the Fire Department in Carthage Thursday morning at 11:00 AM.
The Sandhills will soon gain a new restaurant with the addition of a Firehouse Subs that will be opening in Aberdeen. The new business will be going into the current location of the Century Link store on US Highway 1 in front of Food Lion and beside of Burger King. The Century Link store is reported to be moving into the shopping center next to Food Lion.
The League of Women Voters of Moore County's October 20th program features Anna Stevens, Curriculum Specialist for ELS, World Languages, Arts Education, and School Librarians for Moore County Schools. Stevens will give an overview of the immigrant population in Moore County and the challenges they face.