Contributed photo | Bus drivers from across the Public Schools of Robeson County put their skills to the test during the 15th annual School Bus Rodeo last week. Sixteen bus drivers participated in the competition, which featured an obstacle course...
LUMBERTON — While picking up jewelry at Biggs Park Mall on Saturday, Jennifer Thompson was surprised to find cheerleaders dancing, chefs cooking and children hula hooping.
LUMBERTON — For Jill Sellers-Dove, the East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine's community service center in Lumberton is the place to go for any kind of dental care.
LUMBERTON — A bill being considered by members of the state House is pitting property rights against religious freedom.
Organic food is big business these days. There are several reasons one might choose organic over conventional or vice versa. Making educated choices about this can be confusing, especially when we have limited food dollars.
ST. PAULS — Stephanie McLean asked a group of students sitting inside the St. Pauls Elementary School gymnasium Friday to name the most important computer.
CULLOWHEE (AP) — Western Carolina University officials have suspended a fraternity for five years after a pledge said he was “water-boarded.”
RALEIGH (AP) — Raleigh officials have approved plans to buy 300 acres near downtown that formerly housed a state mental hospital for about $52 million.
MONROE (AP) — A Los Angeles company plans to hire 250 people at a new printing and data center in Union County over the next five years.
RALEIGH (AP) — Recordings from cameras worn by North Carolina police officers or attached to their vehicle dashboards and used for criminal investigations would be confidential with some exceptions in legislation getting support at the General...
RALEIGH — In an unusually public fight, a Cherokee advocacy group is challenging a half-million dollars in extra pay the Tribal Council recently approved for itself, saying the North Carolina tribe can't afford raises for top officials...
LUMBERTON — “Alive Inside,” a film about how music therapy can aid patients with Alzheimer's disease, will be screened for free at the Carolina Civic Center on May 5.
RED SPRINGS — More than three decades after 11-year-old Sabrina Buie was killed in Red Springs, anyone with information about what is considered one of the most heinous crimes in Robeson County history is being asked to come forward.
LUMBERTON — The pastor of a Lumberton church that has been burgalized about five times this year is asking the intruders to come back.
LUMBERTON — Angela Ward doesn't usually knit. But on Thursday, when knitting hats for babies and other items would benefit her community, the Department of Social Services employee jumped right in.
LUMBERTON — Franny's Friends is holding a pet adoption from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Frank's Furniture at 2400 Fayetteville Road.
PEMBROKE — Truett Buie sees all kind of trash — everything from tires to old toys — that has been tossed out on the roadside near her home off N.C. 710 in Red Springs.
FAIRMONT — With forecasts calling for rain, Saturday's portion of the two-day Heritage Days festival in Fairmont has been postponed.
WHITE OAK — Whether a regular or a first-time visitor, those who come out to Harmony Hall Plantation Village on Saturday will be transported back in time faster than Marty McFly and “Doc” with their modified DeLorean — except...
RALEIGH — The North Carolina House won't act on a “religious freedom” bill this year that supporters promoted as protecting religious liberties but others criticized as legalizing discrimination against gays and lesbians,...
RALEIGH — The city of Lumberton's personnel manager has been appointed to the Local Government Federal Credit Union's Eastern Sandhills Advisory Council.
LUMBERTON — Robeson Community College will hold an open house Saturday to promote its College and Career Promise program and provide general admissions information for potential students.
RALEIGH — One lane of Interstate 95 near the South Carolina line is closed as crews repair a bridge.
FAIRMONT — Fairmont police recently served outstanding warrants on two men and charged a third with disorderly conduct.
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