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Bobby Teague is partial to the original paint hue: meadow green, it’s called. Standing next to his restored 1952 Ford F1 truck, he recalls taking his future wife, Patricia, out on their first date in this vintage classic. It was 1980, just two short years after he’d acquired his grandfather’…

Roy S. “Swede” Boreen, who survived Pearl Harbor as a young Navy sailor and made multiple trips back to Hawaii to honor the memory of those lost, passed away last Saturday at Brookdale Senior Living in Pinehurst, where he lived. He was 102, and among fewer than 1,500 Pearl Harbor survivors r…

Vogue Styles beauty salon is partnering with other hairstylists in the community to provide free hairstyling services to K-12 grade girls on Sunday, Aug. 28, starting at 1 p.m., at the Aberdeen Community Center, 708 Keyser St., in Aberdeen.

The Moore Humane Society rescued 10 beagles as part of a nationwide effort to remove over 4,000 adult dogs and puppies from a breeding facility for an animal testing site in Virginia.

In partnership with the NCWorks Career Center, Sandhills Community College offers workshops through the Continuing Education Career Development division to help those in job transition improve job interviewing skills, create resumes, learn to use computers, budget and to develop positive wor…

A parched piece of ground was the perfect blank canvas for Laura Whitehead. The Southern California native appreciated the desert aesthetic and decided to try her hand at growing cacti.

Lowes Foods, a Carolinas based grocer with more than 80 stores in North and South Carolina, has a strong history of supporting local farmers and vendors. They are looking for new local products and will hold a virtual vendor summit on Sept. 28. In this meeting, local entrepreneurs will meet …

Robbins, which suffers from a water system where parts date back as far as the Great Depression, has landed a major state grant to update and improve the delivery network of pipes.

FirstHealth Hospice has been recognized by Strategic Healthcare Programs (SHP) as a “Superior Performer” for achieving an overall caregiver and family satisfaction score that ranked in the top 20 percent of all eligible SHP clients for the 2021 calendar year.

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State Treasurer Dale Folwell and the respective boards of trustees of the Teachers’ and State Employees’ Retirement System have approved a resolution honoring retiring State Rep. Allen McNeill for his contributions to the retirement systems of North Carolina.

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The local Sandhills Bogeys baseball team name cleverly plays off the golf connection here in Moore County, but perhaps it also has some roots in the military meaning: an unidentified object observed as a mere spot on a radar screen and moving quickly.

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On a hot, quiet, early Saturday morning in June, the parking lot of the Robbins Elementary School stirred with a flurry of activity. Signs were placed at the entrance to the parking lot, pop-up tents and tables were strategically positioned.

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Turns out Southern Pines couldn’t wait until 2040. Amid a flood of new development proposals, Southern Pines is taking the first steps toward redefining what future growth in the town will look like.