Pinehurst & Robbins Revitalization Projects Will Create New Destinations for Residents & Visitors

Two communities in Moore County, the Village of Pinehurst and the Town of Robbins, are each embarking on downtown revitalization projects to create new destinations for residents and visitors, as well as to attract new development opportunities. Pinehurst For more than a decade, Pinehurst has sought to redevelop an area of the village, referred to as Village Place, located on the outskirts of... Read More »
Pinehurst & Robbins Revitalization Projects Will Create New Destinations for Residents & Visitors

Red, White & Blue: 4th of July, 2017

Parades galore!  Food, entertainment, fireworks!  There is plenty of patriotic spirit in Moore County.  Come out and enjoy the festivities in our communities for the 4th of July!  Tuesday, July 4, 2017 10:00 a.m. - Noon:  Village of Pinehurst’s FourthFest.  Enjoy the annual parade, patriotic pet contest, antique cars display, and Farmers Market.&... Read More »
Red, White & Blue:  4th of July, 2017

Meet David Lambert, Robbins Native & Small-Town Advocate

Small Town, Big Dreams David Lambert grew up enjoying the pleasures of small-town living in Robbins – Moore County’s northernmost community.   Today, rambling along the Bear Creek Trails is one of his favorite and most accessible things to do. But Lambert is doing more than just enjoying the town’s scenic natural resources with his wife Desiree and two children Lia... Read More »
Meet David Lambert, Robbins Native & Small-Town Advocate

Sandhills & Pembroke “Promise” Quality Educations for Less

Moore County and its communities understand the value of high quality education and how it directly impacts the local economy and long-term vitality of the area.  In addition to quality K-12 schools, Moore County residents are very fortunate to have access to the exceptional post-secondary educational opportunities offered by Sandhills Community College and the University of North Carolina... Read More »
Sandhills & Pembroke “Promise” Quality Educations for Less

Moore County's Healthcare & Golf Receive National Distinctions

Healthcare and tourism are Moore County’s two largest private industry sectors employing thousands of talented residents.  Healthcare employs almost 30% of the local workforce, and tourism isn’t too far behind, employing just over 20% of the workforce.  Healthcare and tourism are such vital elements in the economy and culture here, and Moore County can boast that both ind... Read More »
Moore County's Healthcare & Golf Receive National Distinctions

Pinehurst Named #1 Safest City in North Carolina - Again

The Village of Pinehurst has been named in the top 3 “Safest Cities to Live in North Carolina” for the 4th year in a row!  For 2017, Pinehurst is ranked as the #1 safest place to live in North Carolina by Safewise.  It was also given that designation in 2014 and was #2 in 2015 and 2016. Safewise is an online home security and safety advisory site.  To identify the sa... Read More »
Pinehurst Named #1 Safest City in North Carolina - Again

Farmers Markets Offer Plenty of Local Goodness

Spring is not just a time to enjoy a variety of fairs and festivals throughout Moore County; it is also the perfect time to take advantage of the many farmers markets around that feature fresh, wholesome food products from local farmers. These fruits and vegetables are picked at the peak of ripeness and are not only more nutritious than store-bought produce, but they also just plain taste bett... Read More »
Farmers Markets Offer Plenty of Local Goodness

Spring is the Time for Festivals

Almost every town and village in Moore County hosts some kind of unique fair, festival or event annually, whether it’s to celebrate heritage, showcase local artisans, or just an excuse to bring people together.  With warmer weather and light breezes, Spring in Moore County is the perfect time to get outdoors and enjoy numerous festivals and events throughout the County.  Here a... Read More »
Spring is the Time for Festivals

Concours: Celebrating Fine Automobiles and Honoring Our Military

Update 5/8/17:  A 1925 Rolls-Royce Springfield Silver Ghost Roadster purchased new by reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes captured the covetted Best in Show award Saturday at the fifth annual Pinehurst Concours d'Elegance.  The car included the gilded "HH" initials on the customized three pieces of fitted luggage found in the trunk that once belonged to Hughes, who bought the car for ... Read More »
Concours:  Celebrating Fine Automobiles and Honoring Our Military

Top 5 in NC - Accolades for Moore Regional Hospital Keep Piling Up

FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital, including its Richmond Memorial and Hoke campuses, has once again been recognized as one of North Carolina’s best hospitals and as a top hospital in patient satisfaction by Business North Carolina magazine. On the 2017 list, Moore Regional ranked No. 5 in the “best hospital” ranking (tied with Caromont Regional Medical Center in Gastonia) ... Read More »
Top 5 in NC - Accolades for Moore Regional Hospital Keep Piling Up