Get ready, get set … play! The greater Sandhills region’s children will now be able to visit and benefit from Discovery Place KIDS-Rockingham.
The brand new interactive children’s learning museum, located at 233 E. Washington St. in downtown Rockingham, will offer exhibits where children from all over the region can learn, play, explore and build on skills.
Discovery Place KIDS–Rockingham grand opening ceremonies will begin promptly at 9 a.m. on Saturday with a rib...
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Volunteer firefighters take RCC’s LP Gas Emergency Course Imagine facing a wall of flames three stories high with just the spray from a fire hose. It takes courage and training to safely fight fires. Monday night, firefighters from Northside, Ellerbe, Mt. Creek, and Cordova Fire Departments participated in a LP Gas Emergencies course offered by Richmond Community College, to learn how to approach and extinguish this type of fire. The course was free to active volunteers.
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Rockingham wants your input John Charles Robbins
Daily Journal Editor
… And the survey says!
City officials in Rockingham continue to encourage citizen participation in a survey that will ultimately guide the course of the city — its blueprint for the future.
As part of the city’s update of its long range land use plan, officials are seeking the opinions and ideas of city residents through a written survey.
The plan, “Shaping Our Future: 2012,” was adopted in ...
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Rockingham man arrested The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office recently made the following arrest:
Cleveland Beauford Gainey, 50, of 7th Ave. Aleo, Rockingham, was arrested and charged with selling prescription medication on three different occasions. Gainey was placed under a $2,000 secured bond.
Arrest reports published in the Richmond County Daily Journal are copied from local law enforcement records. Reports include both arrests and criminal summons such as ci...
Siblings union, a long time coming Five siblings were united for the first time in 29 years Thursday in Dobbins Heights, after a year-long search and nearly a lifetime of unanswered questions.
Former school teacher, Elizabeth Johnson of Melbourne, Fla., decided to begin a search to find out about her birth mother about a year ago. She always knew she was adopted.
Sometime in the mid-1980s, Elizabeth was left along with two other siblings, Constance and John, at a police st...
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