Stories by Hunter
A taste of national competition right in your own backyard couldn’t have been finer for the Moore County Majors All-Stars.
One of the more intriguing games of the Dixie Youth Majors World Series is likely to involve the Moore County All-Star team.
Alan Mills, manager of the Moore County All-Star team that is competing in the Dixie Youth AAA World Series, has one thing he keeps telling his young squad: “Be aggressive, be tough, be positive.”
Male terrier mix found at Swant Coffee shop in downtown Southern Pines
All Beth McSwain could think Thursday morning was that something was wrong with the driver of the car in front of her and she needed to do something.
Going to high school football games for me always meant two halves of action, split by a halftime, when going to the concession stand, chatting to other fans or the bathroom was uppermost in my mind.
Take rumors and fact, then toss a little outrageous and anonymous opinion into the mix, and you’ve got the engine that drives a lot of websites, including thepilot.com.
Children on Kiawah Island don’t know how close they came to losing one of their business partners in Pinehurst.
This is the first in a series of columns by Hunter Chase, online editor of The Pilot.
A father and son were charged Wednesday after a search of their Pinehurst residence turned up prescription pills allegedly taken during a break-in at a Vass pharmacy.
The Moore County grand jury on Moday indicted professional wrestler Jeff Hardy on several drug charges related to a search of his Cameron home last September.
An explosion in an underground gas tank that shot a fireball more than 20 feet into the night air Tuesday resulted in two minor injuries and damage to the parking lot of a convenience store near Vass.
A Troy teenager died Monday evening in a two-vehicle wreck on N.C. 211 that also left three other people injured.
A Pinehurst woman died Monday morning in a four-car wreck on Airport Road near an entrance to Sandhills Community College.
A car driven by an elderly woman crashed into a building that houses an Aberdeen insurance agency about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.
Carts burn up when building housing them does.
Elizabeth Edwards, in a candid interview with Oprah Winfrey that is set to be broadcast Thursday, discusses the infidelity of her husband, her battle with terminal cancer and her soon-to-be released memoir "Resilience."
Mike McBrayer concedes that he was worried about the future of Chrysler until he heard that the company is filing for bankruptcy.
Mike McBrayer has been selling cars in Moore County since 1976. He's been handling Chrysler products since 1980.
The case against the father-son scam artists that targeted local church congregations is growing.