The Local Businesses that must stay closed temporarily as of 5pm on March 25th!
  • Bingo Parlors
  • Bowling Alleys
  • Ice Skating Rinks
  • Indoor Exercise Facilities (e.g. gyms, yoga studios, and martial arts facilities)
  • Health Clubs
  • Indoor Pools
  • Live Performance Venues
  • Movie Theaters
  • Roller skating Rinks
  • Spas
  • Personal care and grooming businesses, including:
  • Barber Shops
  • Beauty Salons
  • Hair Salons
  • Manicure/Pedicure Providers
  • Massage Therapy
  • Nail Salons
  • Tattoo Parlors
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Gov. Cooper issues "Stay at Home" Order
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Sandhills411 A great way to help local businesses is to buy Gift Cards or Certificates now to use later...or to give as gifts when we get the all clear. Every little bit will help keep these vital locally owned businesses afloat. Keep in mind, even the "chain" stores are locally owned and are staffed by local folks who are struggling right now. Help if you can by choosing to #ShopLocalSandhills 2020-04-10T13:00:33+0000
Sandhills411 What does toilet paper have to do with the global coronavirus pandemic? Nothing. Yet millions of people have been panicking about their household supply. Store shelves have been emptied. Amazon is often out of stock. And social media is bursting with jokes and pleas for a roll or two. The good news: Things are calming down, at least in the U.S., after a buying spree in mid-March. But it's not yet clear when — if ever — buying habits will get back to normal. Here's all you ever wanted to know about toilet paper during a pandemic. https://qoo.ly/35drw5 http://www.facebook.com/820197811461409/posts/1601180850029764 2020-04-10T09:18:51+0000
Sandhills411 With concerns about COVID-19, many are wondering if it's safe to go to a convenient care clinic or primary care clinic for care. James Liffrig, M.D., medical director of FirstHealth Convenient Care and board-certified family medicine physician with FirstHealth Family Medicine-Seven Lakes, addressed these concerns, new safety measures and how patients can safely access medical care. https://qoo.ly/35drq6 http://www.facebook.com/820197811461409/posts/1601135763367606
Q and A with James Liffrig, M.D., Medical Director, FirstHealth Convenient Care - Sandhills Sentinel qoo.ly With concerns about COVID-19, many are wondering if it’s safe to go to a convenient care clinic or primary care clinic for care.
2020-04-10T09:01:55+0000
Sandhills411 The Aberdeen Police Department would like to thank the following business and employees from providing masks for our officers to wear while working. Sandhills 3D, KreativDesigns, Disco32 Tactical Antennas, Burney Hardware Co., Orthotics and Prosthetics of Pinehurst, Preparedness and Security Professionals, and Aero South. Thank you for your support.
Aberdeen Police Department NC The Aberdeen Police Department would like to thank the following business and employees from providing masks for our officers to wear while working.
Sandhills 3D, KreativDesigns, Disco32 Tactical Antennas, Burney Hardware Co., Orthotics and Prosthetics of Pinehurst, Preparedness and Security Professionals, and Aero South.
Thank you for your support.
2020-04-10T00:39:06+0000
Sandhills411 JUST IN: Gov. Cooper is issuing an Executive Order beginning Monday at 5 p.m. restricting retail stores to 20 percent of stores' fire code occupancy or five shoppers per 1,000 sq. ft., display six feet social distancing markers, make one-way aisles, provide hand sanitizer for customers, place protective shields out, designate hours for senior shoppers, and perform routine cleaning.
Sandhills Sentinel JUST IN: Gov. Cooper issued an Executive Order beginning Monday at 5 p.m. restricting retail stores to 20 percent of stores' fire code occupancy or five shoppers per 1,000 sq. ft., place six feet social distancing markers, create one-way aisles, provide hand sanitizer for customers, place protective shields at cash registers, designate hours for senior shoppers, and perform routine cleaning.
2020-04-09T22:24:06+0000
Sandhills411 MEMORANDUM FOR RESIDENTS OF THE TOWN OF SOUTHERN PINES (TOSP) SUBJECT: Scheduled Road Closures & Water Outages for the Week of April 13-17, 2020 TOSP Public Works Utilities division will have road closures in the following areas: - Intersection of E Maine Ave & N Ridge St (Tuesday) - 440 E Massachusetts Ave (Wednesday) Water outages are scheduled for the following areas: - 847 S Mechanic St (Thursday) - Northbound side of US1 from Mac's Breakfast to Saunders Blvd (Thursday) Work schedules are subject to change due to emergencies or inclement weather. We apologize for the inconvenience, but the interruptions are necessary for utility maintenance. For further information, please call TOSP Utilities at (910) 692 1983, weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Southern Pines Police Department MEMORANDUM FOR RESIDENTS OF
THE TOWN OF SOUTHERN PINES (TOSP)

SUBJECT: Scheduled Road Closures & Water Outages for the
Week of April 13-17, 2020

TOSP Public Works Utilities division will have road closures in the following areas:

- Intersection of E Maine Ave & N Ridge St (Tuesday)
- 440 E Massachusetts Ave (Wednesday)

Water outages are scheduled for the following areas:

- 847 S Mechanic St (Thursday)
- Northbound side of US1 from Mac’s Breakfast to Saunders Blvd (Thursday)

Work schedules are subject to change due to emergencies or inclement weather. We apologize for the inconvenience, but the interruptions are necessary for utility maintenance. For further information, please call TOSP Utilities at (910) 692 1983, weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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Sandhills411 Forty-five of the 96 residents tested positive as of Thursday morning. https://qoo.ly/35dfwt http://www.facebook.com/820197811461409/posts/1601012373379945
Nearly half of Pinehurst Healthcare & Rehab residents test positive for COVID-19 sandhillssentinel.com Dozens of residents at Pinehurst Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center have tested positive for COVID-19, according to Liberty Healthcare and Rehabilitation Serv
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Sandhills411 Gov. Cooper and Dr. Mandy Cohen, state secretary of health and human services, said Wednesday in a news conference that there are 3,426 COVID-19 cases statewide, with 53 deaths. They identified Orange County as a hotspot. There are currently 21 outbreaks across the state with 18 outbreaks in long-term nursing settings. Moore County Health Department announced yesterday that there is an outbreak at Pinehurst Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center with 31 cases. This brings the count to 51 for Moore County, with two deaths. Cooper added, "We don't know if the Stay-at-Home order will extend into May."
Sandhills Sentinel JUST IN: Gov. Cooper and Dr. Mandy Cohen, state secretary of health and human services, said Wednesday in a news conference that there are 3,426 COVID-19 cases statewide, with 53 deaths. They identified Orange County as a hotspot. There are currently 21 outbreaks across the state with 18 outbreaks in long-term nursing settings.

Moore County Health Department announced earlier this afternoon that there is an outbreak at Pinehurst Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center with 31 cases. This brings the count to 51 for Moore County, with two deaths.

Cooper added, "We don't know if the Stay-at-Home order will extend into May."
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Sandhills411 North Carolina health officials are ordering new resident and employee protections in the state's nursing homes after the new coronavirus has penetrated further such facilities. Moore County health officials announced more than two dozen residents at a rehabilitation center as having COVID-19. https://qoo.ly/35d8wc http://www.facebook.com/820197811461409/posts/1600367720111077
More deaths spur new North Carolina nursing home directives - Sandhills Sentinel qoo.ly North Carolina health officials are ordering new resident and employee protections in the state’s nursing homes after the new coronavirus has penetrated further such facilities.
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