Local Aberdeen resident and Moore County School Board candidate BJ Goodridge has stepped up and answered a call for school supplies needed in the badly flooded area of Robeson County after Hurricane Matthew.
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The board of commissioners in Taylortown have taken a step towards making the community safer while building bridges between the citizens and the police department with the recent purchase of new body cameras for use by the police force.
At a press conference held Sunday afternoon in Woodlake just before 1:00 PM Moore County officials announced that the roadways are all clear in the flood zone and that the mandatory evacuation order in place for the area below the Woodlake dam will be allowed to expire at 3:00 PM Sunday afternoon allowing residents to return home.
If you would like to make a donation of non-perishable food, bottled water, clothing, baby diapers/supplies, or other items to help hurricane /flood victims there are several locations across Moore County collecting items for those in need this weekend and next week.
Sheriff Neil Godfrey announced today that Sergeant Marty Key and Deputy Justin Carter saved the life of a Moore County flood victim on October 12th, 2016.
IMPACTS OF HURRICANE MATTHEW ON NORTH CAROLINA ROADWAYS
Multiple roadways are closed in Central and Eastern North Carolina due to debris and flooding. If a flooded roadway is encountered, turn around and seek an alternate route.
Due to Hurricane Matthew, the Arts Council of Moore County's production of the Missoula Children's Theatre RAPUNZEL is cancelled and will be rescheduled for a future date. There will be NO AUDITIONS tomorrow, October 10th, 3016.
Oktoberfest, originally scheduled for this Saturday, October 8th, has been rescheduled due to forecasted rain and high winds as a result of Hurricane Matthew.
27 September 2016 Meeting Minutes
Southern Pines Police Department Announces Traffic Enforcement And Educational Initiative “Safe October”Saturday, 01 October 2016 11:59
The Southern Pines Police Department announces the traffic enforcement and educational initiative "Safe October" will begin October 1, 2016, and run through October 31, 2016.
The Miss Noel Scholarship Pageant committee is seeking contestants for the 2017 Miss Noel Pageant Saturday, Nov. 19, at 6 p.m. at the Aberdeen Elementary School Auditorium.
Sheriff Neil Godfrey welcomed four new deputies to the Moore County Sheriff Office. Moses Soto, Kyle Whitney, Jim Foster and Bernie Koscielniak were sworn as deputies on Monday in front of fellow deputies, proud parents, spouses and friends.
Last week the Moore County Sheriff’s Office hosted a 16 hour multi-agency course taught by SPEX Forensics on the use of Forensic Light Sources.
As vehicle fuel supplies have dwindled at local gas stations drivers in Moore County may be finding it harder and harder to find fuel these next few days.
On September 1st we celebrated the end of our 5th year bringing residents the local news with AberdeenTimes.Com and the beginning of year number 6. Today on September 10th we reached and exceeded 25,000 followers on our Facebook page, more than double any other media organization in the area!