INVESTIGATORS SEEK LEADS IN OVERNIGHT SCHOOL VANDALISM
(Wentworth, NC) – On Wednesday May 22, 2013, Rockingham County High School reported that graffiti had been painted in several locations there on the campus; and that their Cougar mascot statue had been damaged.
(Rockingham County, N.C.) – The North Carolina Department of Public Safety, Division of Adult Corrections Office is currently seeking the whereabouts of the following: FEATURED & SPONSORED EVENT FLYERS click HERE to view ADDITIONAL UPCOMING EVENT FLYERS
May 22 2013 | Posted in Crime
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May 21 2013 | Posted in Crime
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WENTWORTH, NC (May 20, 2013) – Rockingham County Government will launch a spring billboard campaign today and this week in Rockingham County, Greensboro, and near the NC/Va. state line. Exciting, colorful billboards will illustrate why Rockingham County NC is a FUN place to live, work and play.
Budget Meeting – Rockingham Co. For two and a half days, the commissions met with department heads to hear their planned savings and their needs for the fiscal year 2013-2014. This was my fifth or sixth year to attend these meetings and there is always something that stands out. One year the library director told [...]
May 17, 2013 T. Lee Covington, Executive Director – A.D.T.S. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Reidsville, N.C.) Aging, Disability & Transit Services of Rockingham County (formerly Council on Aging) seeks bid proposals for the provision of meals for our Meals on Wheels, Meals with Friends Nutrition Sites and Adult Day Services meals. Specifications for this project can [...]
May 18 2013 | Posted in Featured
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Brittany Hughes, Shelter Manager Rockingham County Animal Shelter What’s RIGHT WITH Our Schools (Rockingham County, NC) – Jill Barker’s third grade class at Leaksville-Spray Elementary School currently studied economics, entrepreneurship and consumerism. To correlate with this study, third grade students worked together to make “critter” pencil toppers and “critter” note holders. The students sold their goods [...]
(Rockingham County, NC) – McMichael High Volleyball Coach, Marty Woods, received the Naismith Coaches Award for Rockingham County at the 2013 Rockingham County Schools Athletic Champions Banquet on May 15, 2013.
Greensboro- Cone Health and its employees invested nearly $199 million in free care, classes, services and donations to the communities it serves in fiscal year 2012. Almost $185 million of that was patient care for which Cone Health did not receive compensation. “Governments everywhere are cutting payments to hospitals as a way of controlling healthcare costs. It is vital that policymakers and the public understand that hospitals provide millions of dollars to improve the health and well-being of the communities they serve,” says Cone Health Chief Executive Officer Tim Rice. “Continued cuts endanger those efforts and create unsustainable growth in uncompensated care.”
(Rockingham County, NC) – Principals Barbara Brown, Gary Pyrtle and Rose Rolan recently completed the Distinguished Leadership Program (DLP), a year-long leadership development program for practicing school principals designed and provided by the North Carolina Principals and Assistant Principal’s Association in partnership with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and UNC- LearnNC.