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Reidsville woman likely died from exposure to the cold, Burlington police say
BURLINGTON — Police say a Reidsville woman found in a field early Saturday likely died from exposure to the cold. Officers responding to a suspicious death Saturday in the field east of 1610 N. Graham Hopedale Road found the body of 45-year-old Sandra Bucks, police said in a news release.
Henniges donates to Reidsville Outreach Center
REIDSVILLE — A local industrial leader celebrated their mission to give back this holiday season with a touch of competition. Waiting for the forklift to pick up pallets holding massive boxes full of food, officials, leaders and employees of Henniges Automotive quipped with one another on Dec. 7 as
Rockingham Plan Your Week Dec. 16-22
Food for Fines: through Dec. 31. The Eden Public Library will be accepting food donations in lieu of fines that have been accrued due to late fees. For every nonperishable food item we will remove $1 in fines from your library account. Food donate will be sent to the Salvation Army. Food cannot be d
Northeastern faces Reidsville, one of state's top programs, in 2A championship
Raleigh, N.C. — For the first time since 2010, Northeastern is playing for a football state championship, but its opponent is much more familiar with high school football's biggest stage.
Short news items from in and around Rockingham County
The Reidsville Center for Active Retirement Enterprises, known as RCARE, is helping seniors enroll for Medicare through Friday, Dec. 7. The center’s Seniors Health Insurance Information Program counsels Medicare beneficiaries and caregivers about Medicare, Medicare supplements, Medicare Advantage an
Ask SAM: Will DOT put stoplight at Reidsville and Vance roads?
Q: In July, large power poles were installed on Reidsville Road at Vance Road, near the Quality Oil between Walkertown and Belews Creek. We were hoping a new stoplight would be installed, but we haven’t seen any additional work being performed.
49th year for Ruffin couple wowing the community with their holiday lights
This will be the 49th year Leon and Ann Paschal have shared their elaborate light display and their love of Jesus with the community. The Ruffin couple started their lights and manger scene displays, joyfully dubbed Leon and Ann’s Country Christmas, in 1969 with 100 lights.
Fighting the Snow: Local officials knock out storm by keeping roadways clear
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY — The first snowstorm of the “winter season” has come and gone but some time will pass before cleanup efforts are forgotten. According to NOAA NOWData, a reported year-to-date record high of 16.5 inches of snow fell Sunday, Dec. 9 and Monday, Dec. 10.
Ex-Greensboro police officer sues cities over Reidsville lawnmower theft allegations
GREENSBORO — A former Greensboro Police officer has filed a federal lawsuit against three cities, a city manager, two police chiefs, a former sheriff and 17 officers over his arrest and firing.
Former Rockingham quarterback Lonnie Galloway named UNC assistant coach
CHAPEL HILL – Lonnie Galloway, a 1989 graduate of Rockingham County High School, and former quarterback on the Cougars football team, was one of three new hires on University of North Carolina head football coach Mack Brown’s coaching staff on Tuesday.
Arrest warrants reveal new information about shooting of state police vehicle in Danville
DANVILLE, Va. - Arrest warrants reveal new information about Tuesday's shooting of a state police special agent's vehicle in Danville. Arrest warrants for 19-year-old Daviez Hairston say he admitted to firing five to seven shots out the open rear driver's side window of the car police say he was in
HSXtra.com Football Inside Slant: Reidsville vs. Elizabeth City Northeastern
RALEIGH — Reidsville (15-0) faces Elizabeth City Northeaster (14-0) at 11 a.m. Saturday at Carter-Finley Stadium for the NCHSAA Class 2-A football championship. Northeastern coach Antonio Moore and Reidsville coach Jimmy Teague spoke with the News & Record's Joe Sirera today about their squads and t
Guilford detention officer sentenced to 30 days for contempt
A detention officer employed with the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office was placed in handcuffs and led out of court by bailiffs from his own agency after Superior Court Judge Stuart Albright sentenced him to 30 days in jail for contempt of court.
Rockingham radio schedule, Dec. 16-21
This is the final schedule for Rockingham County Radio. Listen at 1420 and 1490 AM live or on-demand at RCR24.com. Tuesday: Jerry Carlton, Mayodan town manager visits with Maggie Duggins, age 99, who shares her memories of Avalon. Originally broadcast in September 1993.
Shelters to open Saturday in Rockingham County
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY - Two shelters are slated to open in advance of Winter Storm Diego, expected to reach Rockingham County in the early hours of Sunday, Dec. 9. The Home of Refuge Homeless Shelter, located underneath Draper Fire Department on Fieldcrest Road in Eden, will open Saturday at 3 p.m.
Rockingham County Schools to operate on 3-hour delay Friday
Rockingham County Schools plan to operate on a three-hour delay for students on Friday, Dec. 14. School buses will not travel down gravel roads. Childcare will open at 9 a.m. All employees should review their options regarding reporting to work.
Ann Fish: Christmas Homes tour in Reidsville is Dec. 8
REIDSVILLE — A home on the National Register of Historic Places and the historic Governor Reid House will be two of the highlights of this year’s Christmas Homes tour sponsored by the United Methodist Women of Reidsville United Methodist Church.
Up to 16 inches of snow forecast for Rockingham County
Rockingham County could get as much as 16 inches of snow today, according to a 4 a.m. statement issued by the National Weather Service in Blackburg, Virginia. Light snow began at Shiloh Airport at 2 a.m., which became heavy by 6:10 a.m.
Greensboro Fire: Alternative Routes After I-85, I-73 South Shut Down After Tractor Trailer Carrying Fuel Ignites
A fire on an exit ramp in Greensboro, North Carolina, prompted a shutdown of multiple interstates. On Thursday morning around 7:30 a.m. EST, a tractor-trailer carrying fuel caught fire on I-85 at mile marker 120, Guilford County Assistant Fire Marshal Bobby Caron told the Greensboro News & Record. T
PHOTOS | Scarves Left Around Rockingham County For Anyone Who Needs One
Volunteers with the Rockingham Student Health Centers passed out approximately 50 scarves this afternoon in anticipation of the coming winter storm. Hundreds more will be passed out at various times throughout the winter.