(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.
(Garner) – The statewide ‘Speed A Little. Lose A Lot.’ campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of speeding is underway, which not only means water-cooler and dinner table discussions about the simple truths about speeding, but increased law enforcement and driver checkpoints.
(Pinehurst) – In anticipation of its 12th annual Youth Triathlon, FirstHealth Fitness – Pinehurst will host a Parent Information Night at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24 at the fitness center at 170 Memorial Drive, Pinehurst. The session will give parents all of the needed information for their child’s successful participation in the Youth Triathlon.
(Pinehurst) -- Sandhills PRIDE, a support network and educational advocacy group dedicated to increasing awareness and acceptance of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community in the Sandhills, is pleased to announce the recipients of their annual scholarship. The four awardees are high school seniors Madelaine Bradley, Lauren Dunlap, Julia Locklear, and LaShonda Sousa. They have each received $2,500 in scholarship funds.
Moore County District Attorney Maureen Krueger announces the opening of the Southmountain Children and Family Services Moore County Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC). The mission of the CAC is to give children and families hope for their futures with opportunity to experience successful accomplishments and fulfillment of their dreams. The CAC provides holistic services to children who have experienced abuse.
(Raleigh, N.C. April 9, 2019) -With only a few weeks remaining to file federal income taxes, Better Business Bureau serving Eastern North Carolina (BBB) is warning people to be on the lookout for suspicious calls that claim to be from the Social Security Administration (SSA). Scammers are ramping up their efforts to steal Social Security numbers to use in filing fraudulent tax returns. In 2018, over 1,600 instances of Social Security scams were reported nationwide to BBB Scam Tracker.