LUMBERTON — After months of living with 4 percent kidney function, Lumberton police Sgt. Shawn Byrd is hoping a transplant is on the horizon.
RALEIGH — Hundreds of ballots that didn't count during the May primary can be attributed to two changes made last year to the state's voting laws now being challenged in court, a watchdog group said Wednesday.
RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina State University plans to sell most of the Hoffman Forest to a company that specializes in sustainable timber management.
LUMBERTON — A teenager and a man already in jail on murder charges are among three people who were charged this week with robbing and attempting to kill a Lumberton man earlier this year.
PEMBROKE — An incumbent filed Tuesday to keep his seat on the 21-member Lumbee Tribal Council.Walter Lowery filed for the District 12 seat that represents Scotland County, Maxton and Alfordsville.
LUMBERTON — After the school district's chief finance officer spoke out strongly in favor of the company overseeing the Public Schools of Robeson County's employee benefit programs, the school board on Tuesday voted to continue using...
LUMBERTON — A 21-year-old woman who was found dead in her Lumberton home this weekend was beaten to death, according to Robeson County Sheriff Kenneth Sealey.
LUMBERTON — The latest installment of SNIP, a twice-a-year program that prevents strays and reduces the number of animals facing euthanization at the county pound, is off to a good start.
ROWLAND — The Rowland Board of Commissioners on Tuesday discussed obtaining a Community Development Block Grant to finish a sewer project that began more than a decade ago.
RALEIGH (AP) — A federal appeals court decided Tuesday to hasten arguments in a case challenging a tough, new North Carolina voting law that critics say will suppress minority voter turnout in November.
RALEIGH — North Carolina health officials on Tuesday underlined a positive cash balance within the state Medicaid agency, while also citing progress in lifting a number of administrative weights that have dragged down the Department of Health...
RALEIGH — Gov. Pat McCrory said Tuesday he won't sign a new law regulating Duke Energy's toxic coal ash pits because he has problems with it, but he will allow the legislation to become law without his...
LUMBERTON — The Lumberton Fire Department's Central Fire Station, located at 600 N. Cedar St., will host a Sept. 11 service at 9 a.m. on Thursday.
PEMBROKE — A Pembroke police detective who was temporarily suspended from his post in March has been arrested on allegations of sexual abuse.
LUMBERTON — The Robeson Community College board of trustees on Monday adopted a 2014-15 state budget that is down 7.5 percent from its 2013-14 budget.
RICHMOND, Va. — A proposed 550-mile natural gas pipeline that would bring natural gas from West Virginia to Robeson County is meeting opposition from 22 conservation and environmental groups in Virginia and West Virginia.
FAYETTEVILLE (AP) — Cumberland County authorities are warning residents to beware of a scam which involves people claiming to work for the Internal Revenue Service and who say they're trying to collect back taxes.
RALEIGH — North Carolina's Supreme Court on Monday took a new look at whether state regulators are doing enough to balance consumer protection against the pursuit of higher rates by the country's largest electric company.
LUMBERTON — The public is invited to sample local produce and watch a documentary about the food industry at a fundraiser for the Food For Thought Community Garden tonight.
LUMBERTON — An autopsy is being performed to determine what killed a 21-year-old woman found dead in her Lumberton home on Sunday evening.
FAIRMONT — Construction of a new bridge in Fairmont has begun, prompting a lengthy road closure.
LUMBERTON — Anticipating that a new horse barn with 100 stalls will soon be available at the Southeast North Carolina Agricultural Events Center, sponsors of horse shows are already booking the center's pavilion for events to be held next...