Village of Pinehurst Fire Chief Carlton Cole announced the upcoming retirement of Captain David McKenzie, who has been a dedicated long-term member of the department for over 31 years.

Fire Chief Carlton Cole is proud to announce that the Pinehurst Fire Department has received Accredited Agency status with the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) for meeting the criteria established through the CFAI’s voluntary self-assessment and accreditation program.

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Raleigh – Drivers in Moore County can look forward to a safer, smoother ride on 37.7 miles of county roadways, thanks to a $5.3 million contract recently awarded by the N.C. Department of Transportation. The contract includes resurfacing and shoulder reconstruction.

The Moore Philharmonic Orchestra will resume rehearsals at Wellard Hall, Sandhills Community College on Thursdays from 6:30-8:15 pm. The first rehearsal will be on August 18, for string players only. The full orchestra will meet on September 1. This will include all members, including brass, woodwinds, and percussion. We are actively seeking new members. There are openings in every section due to the high number of graduates last year.

The Moore County Sheriff’s Office and the Southern Pines Boys and Girls Club held a graduation ceremony for the first Moore County Sheriff’s Office Youth Academy on August 10, 2016.

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Pinehurst - After careful consideration of a highly qualified candidate pool, the Village of Pinehurst and Fire Chief Carlton Cole are pleased to announce that Master Firefighter Jason Cole will be promoted to Captain for the Village of Pinehurst Fire Department, effective August 11, 2016.

Carthage - Sheriff Neil Godfrey announced that Jamie Rizzuto was sworn in as a deputy sheriff on Monday, August 1st.

Southern Pines - Children at Sandhills Children’s Center had the opportunity to present their handmade cards and pictures to officers from the Southern Pines Police Department on Wednesday morning.

Extremely high or unusually hot temperatures can affect your health. On average, 675 deaths from extreme heat events occur each year in the United States. Most vulnerable are the elderly, those who work or exercise outdoors, infants and children, and people with a chronic medical condition. The Moore County Health Department encourages everyone to take the necessary precautions to prevent serious health effects such as heat exhaustion or heat stroke.

Pinehurst – Brent and Shannon Decker, proudly announce the recent purchase of Kelly Limousines, a local luxury transportation business established in 2009.

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The Village of Pinehurst and the Pinehurst Police Department would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the community for the outpouring of support and kind gestures to our police officers over the last few weeks.

The Southern Pines Police Department is pleased to announce the community initiative “Hope To Officers” (H2O). The Southern Pines Police Department recognizes that community acceptance and support of law enforcement is paramount to the success of any police agency. A profound respect for a great police department by the community empowers police officers to uphold the values of Service, Protection, Professionalism and Dedication.

Sheriff Neil Godfrey announced today that the Sheriff's Office has hired two new deputy sheriffs. Deputy Carrie Fletcher and Deputy Corey Adams were sworn in this past Monday.