LUMBERTON — Four firearms were found in what remained of a vehicle that four Robeson County teenagers were riding in on Monday when it struck a bus, killing them all, according to the Robeson County Sheriff's Office.
LUMBERTON — Families who would like their children to benefit this year from the Empty Stocking Fund during Christmas have one shot on Thursday to register at the Department of Socials Services.
FAIRMONT — Fairmont residents lined up Tuesday night in opposition to a proposed temporary shelter, which they felt could endanger their neighborhood.
LUMBERTON — Two Lumberton police officers now have a chance to win a free car in United Way of Robeson County's ninth annual fair share giveaway.
MAXTON — The Maxton Board of Commissioners decided on Tuesday to begin closing down one of the CSX railroad crossings in town and used money that will save to upgrade other crossings.
Break-insThe following break-ins were reported to the Robeson County Sheriff's Office:James Carter, of Rozier Siding Road, Lumberton; and Gary Brooks of N.C. 211 West, Red Springs.
As he looked over to the principals from across the Public Schools of Robeson County, Principal Baruti Kafele talked to the educators about helping their students by looking at the “Attitude Gap.”
PEMBROKE — Members in three of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina's 14 voting districts head to the polls today to elect three members to the tribe's 21-member Tribal Council.
LUMBERTON — Highway Patrol troopers on Monday were struggling to recall a more deadly accident than the one that killed four Robeson County teenagers that day, and the third in three years that killed high school athletes from...
LUMBERTON — Three Robeson County students were among four people killed in a head-on collision with a Robeson County school bus this morning, according to the state Highway Patrol.
LUMBERTON — For Seth Harrington, fixing a trail at Luther Britt Park was more than just a project, it was about blazing a path to the future.
BOSTON — Lawsuits filed Monday against Harvard University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill argue that affirmative action policies should be banned at colleges across the nation.
CHARLOTTE (AP) — While controversy has swirled about toll lanes for Interstate 77 north of Charlotte, the N.C. Department of Transportation is working on a plan to set up toll lanes on one of the city's major city thoroughfares by the end...
RALEIGH — A panel of lawmakers, safety advocates and health professionals on Monday backed a proposal to attach more cameras to school buses to prevent child injuries and deaths from passing cars.
PEMBROKE — McDuffie Cummings strongly disagrees with Tribal Chairman Paul Brooks and others who say the defeat of U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan in the Nov. 4 General Election means death to Lumbee federal recognition efforts.
PEMBROKE — Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina voters in three of the tribe's 13 districts go to the polls Tuesday to elect members to fill three seats on the Tribal Council. Another four seats to be filled Tuesday are...
LUMBERTON — Take a look at the portrait to the left. It's pretty impressive, right? If you aren't blown away yet, consider this: It was drawn by a 12-year-old girl.Using a stock photo...
LUMBERTON — Dave Bullock built his first model ship 40 years ago as a gift to his son, but he didn't begin taking the hobby seriously until about 2007, shortly after he retired.
PEMBROKE — Dr. Orin Starn will speak at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke on Wednesday as part of the university's the Native American Speaker Series.
One of the most thrilling aspects of Book 'Em North Carolina is watching how one thing leads to another, especially when it leads to something we may never have envisioned.
LUMBERTON — Dr. John Rozier, a gynecologist who has practiced in Lumberton for 39 years, was one of three surgeons who performed the first operations at The Surgery Center at Southeastern Health Park last week.
LUMBERTON — Stories of healthy living were shared during Southeastern Health's second annual Health Summit.
Southeastern Health, Robeson Health Care Corporation, Legal Aid of North Carolina, and Enroll America will hold several events to assist residents with enrolling for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
LUMBERTON — Southeastern Regional Medical Center has received five stars for the quality of its care in four clinical areas.