Pinehurst) - The Sandhills Woman’s Exchange will be hosting their public Annual Meeting at the Pine Crest Inn on Thursday, May 9th. Current members and the public are invited to attend the event which begins with registration at 10 a.m. The Annual Meeting will begin at 10:30 a.m. with recognition of volunteers, events and a recap of the year’s finances for the non-profit. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m.
The Pinehurst Police Department conducted traffic enforcement operations on Wednesday and Thursday including establishing three speed saturation zones near the traffic circle and one traffic checkpoint on NC Highway 5.
(Pinehurst) – FirstHealth of the Carolinas has made history once again as the first health care system in the nation to participate in a clinical study with Intuitive Surgical’s Ion Endoluminal System.
After 3 deployments and 16 years of military service, Major Christian Blevins was diagnosed with Stage IV Metastatic Melanoma in his spine in August 0f 2018. He and his family have remained hopeful and faced the many challenges that come with cancer with high spirits and optimism. Since the initial diagnosed, the cancer has spread to his bones, liver, kidneys, lungs and brain and is no longer responding to chemo. As a result, Major Blevins has been transferred to hospice care and is currently spending each moment with his family.
(Pinehurst)- Two local coaches bring a unique perspective both to their student athletes at West Pine Middle School in West End and to their home care patients across the region. Dale Fitzgerald and Bill Robins, both of whom work with FirstHealth Home Care physical therapy, spend the largest part of their day on the road, traveling across Richmond, Scotland, Moore and surrounding counties to provide physical therapy to patients in their homes. In addition, for months every year, they spend a big chunk of their afternoons and evenings serving as coaches to dozens of middle schoolers.