Sheriff Ronnie Fields announced that the National Pill Take Back Initiative was conducted in Moore County on Saturday, April 27th. Sheriff’s deputies collected expired and/or unused medications at the Seven Lakes Fire and Rescue, 718 Seven Lakes North, Seven Lakes for safe disposal. This National Take Back Initiative was conducted by DEA and local law enforcement partners throughout the United States. This program provided the public with an opportunity to rid their homes of expired or unused prescription drugs which helps prevent accidental poisonings, overdoses, abuse, and misuse of these substances.
The Moore County Law Enforcement Officers Association announces the start of an annual calendar project being facilitated by Royce Publications. Starting Monday, April 29, 2019, Royce Publications, on behalf of the Moore County Law Enforcement Officers Association will begin our fundraising campaign to support the mission of the Moore County Law Enforcement Officers Association.
(Raleigh) Governor Roy Cooper has appointed three new judges to serve Duplin, Jones, Onslow, Sampson, Randolph, Hoke and Moore counties. “District court judges play a critical role in our justice system and I believe these appointees will serve our state and its people with distinction,” said Governor Cooper.
(Carthage) - On April 25, 2019, a Moore County Jury convicted Justin Edward Chriscoe, of Seagrove, of Felony Discharge a Weapon into Occupied Property and Assault With Deadly Weapon Inflicting Serious Injury for shooting Matthew Munz on September 10, 2017.
(Southern Pines) – The O’Neal Players will be performing “It’s Only a Play” written by four-time Tony winner Terrence McNally. The production opens on May 3rd at 7pm at O’Neal’s Hannah Center Theater. Additional performances are May 4th at 7pm and May 5th at 6pm.
Ladies Wine Out at Weymouth is always a popular event! The May 1st happy hour is a evening of wine, excellent food, raffles and silent auction items geared toward women of all ages. With tickets priced at only $10 members and $20 nonmembers it as an affordable and fun evening out with the girls supporting a great institution.