(Robbins) - Robbins remains in a delicate situation since Hurricane Florence. In addition to the significant damage that has been reported on the waste water treatment plant and pumping station, totaling over 1.6 Million Dollars, there was significant damage to infrastructure along the Bear Creek Trails, including a culvert and a roadway. Moderate damage was discovered at the Millikan Park. Total damage is estimated at just under 2.5 Million Dollars. The Town is procuring an engineer to obtain more detailed cost estimates.
The Pinehurst Fire Department recently held its annual holiday dinner and recognition ceremony, recognizing firefighters for accomplishments over the past year such as years of service, new certifications, and awarded degrees.
All of the businesses located in the Center Park shopping center in Aberdeen had to evacuate their customers and employees Tuesday afternoon after a contractor cut a two-inch natural gas line located behind the shopping center.
The Village of Pinehurst is proud to announce a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Cannon Park Community Center. The public is invited to join for the groundbreaking on Friday, December 14 at 10:00am at Cannon Park, 90 Woods Road.
The Town of Southern Pines Police Department is committed to providing the citizens with the best service possible. From December 5, 2018, until January 31, 2019, the Department will be conducting an anonymous survey.
(Fort Bragg) – The U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, the Army Special Operations Center of Excellence, will present the Soldier’s Medal for Heroism to Sgt. 1st Class Erik Kingsley on December 13th, at 9 a.m. in Kennedy Auditorium, Kennedy Hall, 3206 Ardennes Street. Sgt. 1st Class Kingsley is an instructor in the 4th Bn., 1st Special Warfare Training Group.
(By Major Gary Dwight LotenBeckford Fort Bragg) - Retirement from military service does not preclude a former first sergeant from giving back to his organization. Giving back can be measured in time and resources.