Cooper leads McCrory, race too clost to call

Cooper leads McCrory, race too clost to call

RALEIGH — North Carolina voters have given Republicans a ringing endorsement, with one lone exception: Gov. Pat McCrory, who couldn’t shak...

November 9th, 2016 |  


Trump elected president

Trump elected president

  WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump has been elected president of the United States, as voters eager to shake up the nation's political esta...

November 9th, 2016 updated: November 9th, 2016. |  


Last day to turn out

Last day to turn out

LUMBERTON — If you’ve envied your friends’ “I voted” stickers since Oct. 20, today is your last chance to earn your own ...

November 8th, 2016 |  


Deserted, South Lumberton tries to look ahead after Hurricane Matthew

Deserted, South Lumberton tries to look ahead after Hurricane Matthew

LUMBERTON — The 2010 census counted more than 21,000 people who lived in Lumberton.Last week Lumberton City Councilman John Cantey counted 154 i...

November 6th, 2016 |  


Three polling sites to be relocated

Three polling sites to be relocated

LUMBERTON — Three Lumberton polling sites will be relocated on Election Day because of Hurricane Matthew, according to G.L. Pridgen, director of the...

November 3rd, 2016 updated: November 3rd, 2016. |  


McCrory: Recovery will be long, costly

McCrory: Recovery will be long, costly

LUMBERTON — During a visit to Lumberton on Thursday, Gov. Pat McCrory stressed that the city faces a long and expensive road to recovery in the ...

October 28th, 2016 |  


Pepsi picks St. Pauls

Pepsi picks St. Pauls

ST. PAULS — Pepsi Bottling Ventures will invest $16.5 million in a new, consolidated distribution center in St. Pauls, creating 50 new jobs over...

October 27th, 2016 |  


Donations signal volunteers call

Donations signal volunteers call

LUMBERTON — From 15, the distribution and drop-off sites for disaster relief supplies in Robeson County are down to two.These two repositories h...

October 22nd, 2016 updated: October 24th, 2016. |  


FEMA officials ready to offer help

FEMA officials ready to offer help

LUMBERTON — Hurricane Matthew displaced more than 5,000 people in Robeson County and damage more than 7,000 structures. Now as the recovery effo...

October 19th, 2016 |  


City making progress on restoring electricity, water

City making progress on restoring electricity, water

LUMBERTON — Utilities are making progress toward restoring power to Robeson residents following the devastation of Hurricane Matthew. Lumberton u...

October 11th, 2016 updated: October 12th, 2016. |