Sunday May 12
RED Day Helps in Rebuilding Robbins
It was RED Day - a community action spearheaded by Keller Williams Realty in Southern Pines.
Fri May 10, 2013
County Board Approves Water Study
The Moore County Board of Commissioners took a significant step Tuesday toward securing a lasting water source for the county.
Stephens Earns Hall of Fame Honors
A Moore County resident was recently inducted into the North Carolina Racquetball Association's Hall of Fame at the N.C. State Singles Racquetball Championships held in Wilmington at the Wilmington Athletic Club.
Cutting Through the Competition Robbins Man in Lumberjack Championship
Moore County viewers may see a familiar face on the Outdoor Channel and ESPN next month when a Robbins native competes in the national Stihl Timbersports Collegiate championships.
Sanford Man Faces Charges in Connection with Two Break-ins
On May 8, Moore County Sheriff's investigators arrested a Sanford man and charged him in connection wtih two February break-ins that occurred in Moore County.
Thu May 09, 2013
Wed May 08, 2013
School Squeezes Lessons from Reading Exercise
An elementary school reading initiative designed to have the students and staff of a local school read the same book at the same time concluded Friday with awards, laughs and surprises for all involved.
Our Love Should Not Discriminate
Sandhills Pride held its inaugural event last Friday at the Aberdeen Lake Community Center.
Pottery Crawl to Help Nonpofit
Up and down the state highway between Pinehurst and Seagrove, an ever-growing group of artisans spin bits of the Earth itself into works of art.
Mon May 06, 2013
Man Charged in Theft of Jewelry
Sheriff Neil Godfrey reports on April 19, 2013 his office received a larceny report from Waymon Marsh from the Carthage area of Moore County.
Sandhills community celebrates buggies
From the mid-1800s until the 1920s, when automobiles began to rule, buggies ruled.
Wed May 01, 2013
Junior League Holds Sustainer Brunch
The Junior League of Moore County held its annual Spring Sustainer Brunch Wednesday, April 22, at Aldena Frye Designs, on South Street in Aberdeen.
Living on the Edge: DSS Promotes Food Stamp Challenge
Moore County Department of Social Services officials are asking the public to put their money, or lack of it, where their mouth is.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Kennedy Resigns From County Post
Addressed to Commissioners Chairman Nick Picerno, Kennedy said that he "regret to inform you that I'm unable to satisfactorily complete my term as a Moore County Commissioner due to my work schedule and family commitments.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Hike 2 Help 5K Benefits MCAAP
Elizabeth O'Brien, a freshman at Pinecrest and the daughter of an active duty soldier, is organizing the first MCAAP Hike 2 Help 5K, which will be held Saturday, May 18, beginning at 9:30 a.m. in Pinehurst.
Richmond County Daily Journal
Chamber's annual Golf Scramble gears up
The Chamber's 8th Annual Golf Scramble will be held at The Bluff Golf Course on Friday, May 10.
Choral Society Concert Set for Sunday
The Moore County Choral Society will perform "In Windsor Forest" and "Toward the Unknown Region," by Ralph Vaughan Williams, and "Feel the Spirit," a collection of American spirituals arranged by John Rutter, for its 38th annual Spring Classical Concert, Sunday, April 28, at 4 p.m., in Lee Auditorium at Pinecrest High School in Southern Pines.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
County Dedicates New Safety Center
More than 150 county officials and employees, Moore County residents and others gathered Tuesday afternoon outside the Rick Rhyne Public Safety Center to celebrate its official dedication to the community.
County Board Vice Chairman Resigns
Moore County Commissioners' Vice Chairman Craig Kennedy has announced that he is stepping down from his position on the county board.
Moore May Need to Hold Another Summit Session
The worldwide economic slowdown is signaling that Moore County, like so many other communities, regions and countries, will have to deal with a different set of problems moving forward.