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Sandhills411 “Investigators identified three suspects during the investigation that followed and recovered property that had been stolen," said Sheriff Ronnie Fields.
3 from Moore County arrested for stealing scrap metal - Sandhills Sentinel qoo.ly Three Moore County men are accused of stealing scrap metal. Moore County Sheriff's Department received reports on January 5 and January 10 of stolen property in West End which included scrap metal, said a Friday news release from Sheriff Ronnie Field
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Southern Pines Police Department PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
December 6, 2018

Southern Pines Police Department Announces:

Citizen Satisfaction Survey

The Town of Southern Pines Police Department is committed to providing our citizens with the best service possible. From December 5, 2018, until January 31, 2019, the Southern Pines Police Department will be conducting an anonymous survey. This survey is a valuable tool that provides us with insight into how we are perceived, the quality of service we provide, and opportunities for improvement. Community participation in this survey is vital, and it will be greatly appreciated.
A link to this survey is located on the Southern Pines Police Department’s web page at https://www.southernpines.net/police. In addition, a link to this survey can be found on the Southern Pines Police Department’s Facebook page which can be found at https://www.facebook.com/TOSP.PD. This survey may also be accessed directly on the web at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2FZTKTL

For additional information, please contact Mr. Bill List, the Community Services Coordinator/Accreditation Manager for the Southern Pines Police Department at 910-692-2732 extension 2852 or by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The Southern Pines Police Department values the opinion of the community it serves.
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Robert Temme
Chief of Police
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Sandhills411 On Tuesday, January 22nd, Moore County Schools will be operating on a two-hour delay for all students due to anticipated early morning cold temperature conditions. Staff will be operating on a normal schedule.
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Sandhills411 Aberdeen Police Department is seeking the publics assistance in helping to identity the subject in the pictures below. Please Contact the Aberdeen Police Department at 910-944-9721 or the Tip Line at 910-944-4561. Detective Plowman OCA 181231673 2019-01-17T18:24:00+0000
Sandhills411 Lt. Chavis and Officer Darling and Padin met with children of Paige Memorial and gave them a tour of the Police Department and Police cars. 2019-01-17T17:41:01+0000
Sandhills411 Cameron Antique Festival and Carthage Buggy Festival earn special recognition.
Two Moore County events among top 20 in Southeast - Sandhills Sentinel qoo.ly Southeast Tourism Society (STS) has named the Cameron Antique Festival and the Carthage Buggy Festival as two of the STS Top 20 Events for the month of May. The Cameron Antique Festival will be held the weekend of May 3-4, 2019 and the Carthage Buggy
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Sandhills411 The Sandhills Showcase was a huge hit last fall so we brought it back as a way to spotlight some of the finest businesses in the Sandhills. The showcase isn't just a glorified advertisement for a business. It allows you to meet the people that make our local businesses unique and wonderful. You've already seen their ads...now meet the owners and find out why you should #ShopLocalSandhills
The Sandhills Showcase presented by Muirfield Broadcasting qoo.ly The SANDHILLS SHOWCASE is a local business spotlight that will include a series of daily featured profiles of successful local business owners.
2019-01-17T14:58:52+0000
Sandhills411 In front of a large and enthusiastic audience at the Moore County Board of Education meeting Monday, several students, staff, and volunteers were honored as part of the Engage, Inspire, Succeed initiative.
Recognition and thank yous abound at school board meeting - Sandhills Sentinel qoo.ly 'Kindness is a language which the deaf and the blind can read.' This quote, which has been attributed to Mark Twain, was shared by Robbins Elementary Student Lana Marley Monday at the beginning of the first Moore County Board of Education Regular Mee
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Sandhills411 “The process of creating and winning these grants is a complex and time-consuming task," said Airport Authority Chairman Tom McPherson. “Many airports in the State are fighting for these funds. But our team was able to submit a really well-researched and well-documented plan that caught the eyes of the Dept of Aviation. It was an awesome piece of engineering and staff work."
Moore County Airport lands $1.3 million grant - Sandhills Sentinel qoo.ly The Moore County Airport Authority announced Wednesday it has received a large grant from the North Carolina Department of Transportation for repairs to airport facilities. The goal of the grant is to repair of several miles of old underground draina
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Sandhills411 According to Catherine Murphy, Director of Communication for Moore County Schools, the new branding was part of a year-long process that involved updating both the district's mission and vision statements.
Moore County Schools unveils new look - Sandhills Sentinel qoo.ly Out with the old and in with the new was the theme Monday as the Moore County Schools unveiled their new logo and tagline at the board of education meeting.
2019-01-17T14:06:06+0000

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