The Pinehurst Police Departments Fall Citizens Police Academy will be starting soon.

Calli Brielle McIntyre, of Wagram, NC, was crowned Miss North Carolina Jr. High School America 2015, on August 9th, at Pinecrest High School. Calli will represent North Carolina at the national Miss High School America Pageant to be held in July 2015 in Orlando, FL. There, she has the opportunity to win a $10,000 scholarship as well as a touring trip to D.C., a trip to Las Vegas for a photo shoot, and a four day stay at Disney's Swan and Dolphin.

At the Monday night meeting of the Town of Aberdeen Board of Commissioners, Aberdeen Fire Chief Phillip Richardson came before the Board to recognize a recent promotion at the department, as well as the introduction of the two most recent full-time firefighters to join the departments paid staff.

In June of 1999 a happy mother and father were heading out with their newborn son from their Riverbend Community residence, when the mother Travis said she knew something was not right with the 6 week old baby. She got into the back seat with the child and from the CPR training she and her former husband had taken she immediately recognized his lips were blue and that her son was not breathing.

 The N.C. Center for Missing Persons issued for a missing Pinebluff woman has been cancelled.

The Pinehurst Fire Department is conducting a Live Fire Training program today and Tuesday. The firefighters are burning 6 multi-unit villas located at the corner of NC Highway 5 and NC Highway 2 in Pinehurst over the two days of training.

On Sunday August 17th almost 40 people joined together in the parking lot of Burger King in Aberdeen to honor the life of 23 year old Wesley Allen Swinnie. Mr. Swinnie was shot to death one year ago today in a tragic and senseless murder in the parking lot of this Aberdeen restaurant.

Pinehurst, NC - Ten of our community's young adults recently participated in the first annual Pinehurst Junior Fire Academy. The academy was held from August 4th -8th at the Pinehurst fire headquarters.

The Moore County Sheriff's Office is now participating in VINE Mobile, a free phone application that gives the public another way to access information from the Sheriff's Office.

A painting done by performance artist Jared Emerson (shown here) during the Sept. 20th FirstHealth Hospice Auction will be the first item offered during the event's live auction.

Sheriff Neil Godfrey of Moore County recently attended the North Carolina Sheriffs' Association's 92nd Annual Training Conference held in Craven County, North Carolina, with other sheriffs and law enforcement professionals from across the State.

The Southern Pines Police Department has earned reaccreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) following the department's initial accreditation in 2011. The Department was recently recognized at the CALEA National Conference in Schaumburg, Illinois.

Two loose horses and a pony were quickly rounded up last Tuesday by Moore County Sheriff's Deputy's in the area of Hyland Hills Golf Course on US Highway 1 between Vass and Southern Pines.

Food Bank, Golden Corral and K&W Pilot New Model to Serve Children When School Cafeterias Are Closed

Blood Donations Needed Now To Prevent Emergency Situation

Pinehurst Police Chief Earl L. Phipps, is proud to announce that Officer Keith Gorham is the Village of Pinehurst Police Department's Performer of the Quarter for April – June 2014.