Pictured above are Aberdeen Fire Chief Phillip Richardson and Aberdeen Police Deputy Chief Todd Weaver
General Statute 143-2185.1C requires that the owner or operator of any wastewater collection or treatment works to issue a press release when an untreated wastewater discharge of 1,000 gallons or more reaches surface waters. In accordance with that regulation, the following news release has been prepared and issued to media in the affected county: Moore
Needed Now New & Gently Used Clean Blankets
Fayetteville Dunkin' Donuts to Donate 480 Dozen Donuts to the Troops.
Moore County Girl Scouts are working on a County wide service project collecting socks for the Sandhills Moore Coalition. The socks can be new or very gently used. Socks are vital to keep feet warm, dry and healthy.
Officials with the Town of Aberdeen have sent out a Boil Water Notice after a water main break Friday night on North Poplar Street.
Sgt. Jason Graham recipient of the 2014 James W. Wise Officer of the Year Award.
Tickets On Sale Until December 13th Drawing
NC Community Colleges Small Business Center Network Encourages Consumers to "Shop Small"
After 28 years of serving the Sandhills, Richard Yow ("Ricky") of Rick's Auto Marketing Center has decided to close his flagship dealership Rick's Auto Marketing Center located along US Highway 15-501 in Carthage at the end of this year. (More)
Tonia Golden, a registered nurse in the Emergency Department at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital, had been told that the "patient" in the bed in her exam room had been brought in by EMS, so she was expecting to find someone seriously ill. Instead, she found her husband, U.S. Army Spec. Thomas Golden, newly, unexpectedly and appropriately returned on Veterans Day from a nine-month deployment in Afghanistan. (More)
"A man who stops advertising to save money is like a man who stops a clock to save time" - Henry Ford
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Pictured is a Meridian kiosk inside the NC iCenter that serves as a DMV license renewal station.
Sheriff Neil Godfrey announced today that this Friday night our streets will be scattered with little ghosts, goblins, and witches trick-or-treating. "Halloween should be filled with surprise and enjoyment, and following some common sense practices can keep events safer and more fun," said Sheriff Godfrey.