Disaster Relief Events

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Sheriff Neil Godfrey announced the arrest of Brandon Scott Bowers age 33 of Aberdeen. https://local.nixle.com//alert/5883365/ News Release
                                
    Sheriff Neil Godfrey announced the arrest of Brandon Bowers for breaking,...
2017-03-24T14:48:26+0000
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Sheriff Neil Godfrey announced Animal Services adoption fees waived the remainder of this week. https://local.nixle.com//alert/5881978/      Sheriff Neil Godfrey announced today that the Moore County Animal Shelter has reached its capacity for housing adoptable animals.  We have fifteen young, healthy, friendly and spayed/neutered dogs available for immediate adoption.
 
     In an effort to...
2017-03-23T15:07:25+0000
Sandhills411 Community Reminder: The Pinehurst St. Patrick's Day Parade is this Saturday in downtown Pinehurst starting at 11am. (it was postponed a week due to the rain last Saturday)
St. Patrick's Day Parade in downtown Pinehurst star1025fm.com Once again Alan Riley and the staff of Dugan's Pub have put together a fantastic parade to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Join the crowd in downtown Pinehurst at 11am for the fun!
2017-03-23T13:52:10+0000
Sandhills411 As a business organization that serves over 650 members and represents over 20,000 employees our primary mission is to foster a vibrant community within which our members can flourish. One key component to fostering such success is the provision of excellent schools. Whether you have a child in the public schools or not, as a member of this community one needs to be aware of the extreme budgetary risks the Moore County schools are facing for the 2017-2018 academic year, and the potential long term damage that could be felt as a result of inaction toward a positive outcome. As a reminder, quality schools are imperative to our economic growth and sustainability. As a local member of the Chamber you have the opportunity to have your voice heard. There are several ways that you can assist! 1. Attend an upcoming County Commissioners Meeting and provide a 3 minute testimony on the importance of high quality schools to your business and/or organization. Tuesday, April 4, 2017 Tuesday, April 18, 2017 Tuesday, May 2, 2017 Tuesday, May 16, 2017 Moore County Courthouse 1 Courthouse Square Carthage, NC 5:00 p.m. you can start to register to speak. Must be submitted by 5:25 p.m. You will be called in order of the listing and have 3 minutes. Please be aware, they can right to reserve the total time for public comment. A complete meeting schedule can be found here 2. Sign this petition from the NC Association of Educators asking the NC Senate to swiftly pass House Bill 13 to save teachers and to increase per pupil funding to national average. Sign here 3. Write a letter to the State Elected Officials on the importance of high quality schools to your business and/or organization. Please make your letter personal and how it correlates to your business/organization. Talking Points for a Letter Contact Information for Officials 4. Write a letter to the Moore County Commissioners on the importance of high quality schools to your business and/or organization. Please make your letter personal and how it correlates to your business/organization. Talking Points for a Letter Contact Information for Officials 5. Write a letter to the editor to the local newspaper expressing your concerns and importance of good schools as it relates to economic development. The Moore County Chamber of Commerce encourages everyone to get involved to find a solution for our public schools. Questions? Email Linda at lparsons@moorecountychamber.com 2017-03-23T12:35:44+0000
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Moore County Schools Please consider signing this petition to tell our elected leaders that we need House Bill 13 to immediately save important teaching positions, and we need to increase per pupil funding to at least the national average.
2017-03-22T17:43:37+0000
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Sheriff Godfrey had the NC Department of Agriculture’s Animal Welfare Division inspect the Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal shelter. https://local.nixle.com//alert/5880992/     Sheriff Neil Godfrey had the North Carolina Department of Agriculture’s Animal Welfare Division inspect the Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal shelter on March 21st.

    Joe Bloomquist, inspector from the N.C. Department of Agriculture’s Anima...
2017-03-22T02:44:40+0000
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Sheriff Neil Godfrey announced the arrest of Mister McLean and Tyshun Archie for the larceny of a commercial trailer. https://local.nixle.com//alert/5880782/ News Release                                
 
     Sheriff Neil Godfrey announced the arrest of Mister McLean a...
2017-03-21T14:09:59+0000
Sandhills411 Road Closure: Aberdeen Rockfish Railroad will be closing East Main Street today @ 8:00 am from Sycamore St. to South Garrett St. Roadway will be closed thru Wednesday at 3:30 pm or longer depending upon weather.
2017-03-21T12:37:04+0000
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Moore County Sheriff's Office Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Division conducted an adoption event this past Saturday at the Lowe’s Foods in Southern Pines trying to find safe loving homes for: Hank, Colby, Frenzie, Boudreau and Cash.
Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Division also conducted a Rabies/Microchip Clinic at the Carthage Farm Supply.
Despite the chilly weather, smiles remained and all tails kept wagging. Thank you to Carthage Southern States Farm supply and Southern Pines Lowe’s foods for your support.
2017-03-20T20:13:43+0000
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Sheriff Neil Godfrey announced the arrest of Stephen Black for several larcenies in the Carthage area of Moore County. https://local.nixle.com//alert/5880229/ News Release                                 
 
     Sheriff Neil Godfrey announced the arrest of Stephen Black f...
2017-03-20T19:54:55+0000
We want to help you help the victims of Hurrican Matthew and the resulting floods and power outages.   Thousands of our neighbors are still suffering in the aftermath of this terrible storm.   As it always does our communtiy has risen to the challenge and many of our listeners and local businesses have begun collecting donations for those most affected.   The list below is a growing and changing list of places that we have which are collecting donations or have offered assistance to those in need. If you would like to be added to this list please fill out the form at the bottom of the page.
Please report damage from Hurricane Matthew by calling 910-947-4380

This page is constantly being updated so please refresh often

Locations Accepting Donations get added to this list

Applebees
1403 N Sandhills Blvd
Aberdeen, NC
Accepting:  Any and all donations

Carthage Police Department
4396 US Hwy 15-501 
Carthage, NC
Accepting:  Any and all donations

Crossroads Ford Lincoln Mercury
1010 Old US Hwy 1
Southern Pines, NC
Accepting:  Any and all donations

Dereda Porter State Farm
355 Pinehurst Ave
Southern Pines, NC
Accepting:  Any and all donations

Dugans Pub
#2 Market Square
Pinehurst, NC
Accepting:  Any and all donations

Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina
195 Sandy Avenue
Southern Pines, NC
Accepting:  Any and all donations

Living on the Bliss
168 NW Broad St
Southern Pines, NC
Accepting:  Food and Clothing

Moore County Schools
All locations
Accepting:  Any and all donations

Muirfield Broadcasting
200 Short Street
Southern Pines, NC
Accepting:  Any and all donations

New Home Baptist Church
1000 Lobelia Road
Vass, NC
Call Sharon Council at 910-639-4048
Accepting:  Any and all donations

Overton Body Shop
110 Sandy Ave
Southern Pines, NC
Accepting:  Any and all donations

Peak Resources - Pinelake
801 Pinehurst Avenue
Carthage, NC
Accepting:  Any and all donations

Red Door Real Estate
122 W Pensylvania Ave.
Southern Pines, NC
Accepting:  Any and all donations

TriCity Auto Sales
200 Pinehurst Ave
Southern Pines, NC
Accepting:  Any and all donations

UNCP
Wellons Hall, suite C
Pembroke, NC
Accepting:  Any and all donations

Area Shelter Locations


Location: Moore County Ag Building
Address: 707 Pinehurst Ave. Carthage, NC 28327