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Reidsville Offers Online or By Phone Bill Pay Options

(Reidsville, NC) – The City of Reidsville is now offering residents the opportunity to pay their utility bills online or through an automated phone service.

Better Lighting Coming for Interstates and Major Highways Across North Carolina

RALEIGH – It will be a brighter drive along many interstates and major highways in North Carolina, as a result of a $30.8 million contract awarded by the N.C. Department of Transportation to upgrade more than 10,600 roadway light fixtures at more than 350 locations across the state.

Rockingham County Sign Sweep Currently Underway

Please call the Planning Department with any questions, 336-342-8117

Silver Alert Issued For Missing Reidsville Woman

Anyone with any information or who happens to see Brown is asked to contact their local law enforcement or call Rockingham County Communications at (336) 634-3300.

Working with a Realtor? Watch out for this Scam

(Raleigh, NC) – Crooks are targeting real estate agents and companies with a scam aimed at potential home buyers. North Carolina consumers have reported losing tens of thousands of dollars in this type of fraud.

Six NC Stores Pay Fines For Price-Scanning Errors

“We want consumers to be confident that the price on the shelf matches the price that’s scanned at the register,” said Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler.

VIDEO: Cantrell Recognized As Outstanding Volunteer Of The Month

WENTWORTH, NC (July 14, 2017) – The Rockingham County Board of Commissioners honored, Jackie Cantrell of Eden, as Outstanding Volunteer of the Month at the Board’s regular meeting, Monday, July 10th, in Wentworth. Board Chairman Mark Richardson presented Cantrell with a special certificate and lapel pin from Commissioners.

RCC Offers More than 50 Continuing Education Courses Beginning in August

WENTWORTH—RCC’s Fall 2017 Continuing Education Course Booklet will be arriving in your mailbox any day now. More than 50 courses begin in August so don’t wait to sign up.

Wheeler Becomes Certified CIO

City’s IT Director graduates from School of Government’s Certified Government Chief Information Officers Program


The Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office received a call on July 22nd, 2017 at around 1:11pm about a fishing boat being


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