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When Moore County Schools closed along with every other public school district in the state, it set a chain reaction in motion throughout the community that’s gotten nearly 9,000 meals to families in need over the last two weeks.

Economic pressures on area businesses have far outpaced any relief efforts underway at the state and federal level. To help local business owners deal with the challenges of the coronavirus threat, the Small Business Center at Sandhills Community College will co-sponsor a seven-part webinar series.

Sunday Market started as an idea to merge a big city artisan market feel with Moore County’s small town charm. Originally scheduled at 305 Trackside for March 22, local artists, makers, boutiques and creatives were looking forward to come together to give the community a unique shopping expe…

N.C. Forest Service officials urge citizens to reconsider burning yard debris through the end of May, which historically marks the end of spring wildfire season in North Carolina. Consider alternatives to burning. Some types of debris, such as leaves, grass and stubble, may be of more value …

Moore County has reported its third confirmed case of coronavirus, Health Director Robert Wittmann told county commissioners Thursday afternoon in their first-ever online meeting.

The great pianist Arthur Rubinstein once said that while touring around the world, he would often find himself in an empty studio or concert hall dryly and studiously practicing, but if even a single person walked into the room, he would suddenly start to really play. He and the music would …

Staff in the Sandhills Community College Culinary & Pastry Arts program, led by Fiona McKenzie, spent this week cooking meals to be distributed to Moore County Schools students.

Organizers of Springfest announced the cancellation of this year’s event, citing concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.

Moore County remains at two confirmed cases of the coronavirus, but what were once unimaginable disruptions to daily life are becoming a common occurrence, shaking public confidence that anything will return to normal soon.

Moore County Schools and the Boys & Girls Club are widening their weekday food distribution network in response to schools remaining closed longterm as a result of the coronavirus.

The Southern Pines Civic Club meeting, scheduled for April 5, in conjunction with the Moore County Historical Association, has been postponed due to concerns about COVID-19.

The Pinehurst Village Council has cancelled its meeting scheduled for Tuesday afternoon because of the coronavirus pandemic and out of caution for the safety of our residents and employees.

The television is on in the dining room of Carolina Fried Chicken and House of Pizza in Robbins, but no one is watching it. The chairs that are usually occupied by regulars are on top of tables, and the typical restaurant chatter and laughter is absent. Occasionally, the unusual silence is f…

Gov. Roy Cooper on Saturday morning issued an order lifting any regulations that prevent emergency workers and food providers from finding child care during the coronavirus outbreak.

Libby Carter, chairwoman of the Moore County Board of Education, visited The Pilot's offices on Friday to answer readers' questions about the school system’s response to the coronavirus and the ongoing shutdown of local schools. Watch the video below.