(Pinehurst) – The North Carolina Diabetes Advisory Council (DAC) has recently honored heroes in the fight against diabetes in North Carolina. The 2018 DAC Awards, which were held on October 26th, recognizes individuals and organizations that encourage diabetes prevention and self-management through promotion of eating healthy, being physically active, living tobacco free, getting adequate sleep and participating in a diabetes program or adhering to a personalized diabetes treatment plan. Awards recognize diabetes prevention and management efforts at worksites, in the community and in health care settings.
Melissa Herman, R.D., LDN, CDE, with FirstHealth’s Diabetes and Nutrition Education program, was recognized this year in the Health Care Provider Award category.
(Charlotte, NC) – The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) today announced a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the recent burglary of the Renegade Gun and Pawn Shop in Carthage, N.C.
The bond for a defendant who had assaulted a Southern Pines police officer on Sunday November 4th was raised in Moore County District Court today from $1500.00 to $15,000.00 after the Moore County District Attorney’s office had sought an increase in the bond to $500,000.00 at a motion hearing Thursday morning.
Keith Moneymaker and the nonprofit he founded Successful Dreams 4 All Foundation teamed up with Sweet Dreams Mattress & More to donate 7 mattresses to Bethany House in Southern Pines Tuesday afternoon.
The following information was posted by the Albemarle Police Department Tuesday evening about a suspect wanted in connection with a shooting that included shots being fired at the public and at a police officer on Sunday November 11th that ultimately resulted in a large search for two suspects by law enforcement from the ground and from the air outside of Carthage.
(Raleigh) — For those looking to earn a little extra cash this holiday season, a report from the National Retail Federation says employers are planning on hiring an additional 700,000 seasonal workers this holiday season. While there are many legitimate opportunities available, Better Business Bureau serving Eastern North Carolina (BBB) reminds consumers to beware of scammers posing as employers on online job boards.
South Middleton Street/Talc Mine Road is currently closed due to flooding. Do not attempt to cross Bear Creek on Middleton Street at this time. Commuters are encouraged to access Robbins via N.C. Highway 705 South and North Moore Road. Please use caution along N.C. Highway 705 North as Bear Creek is extremely high.