RALEIGH — The Northwoods Fire and Rescue Department has received a $16,000 grant that will be used to purchase equipment.The department was awarded the 2015 N.C. Volunteer Fire Department Fund grant on Friday.
LUMBERTON — With the July 1 deadline for the county to adopt its budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year six weeks away, the Robeson County Board of Commissioners fielded budget requests from several organizations Monday, all of which told the board...
LUMBERTON — A Lumberton man was killed Sunday after backing his vehicle into the path of an 18-wheeler, according to the state Highway Patrol.
RALEIGH — A Duke University professor criticized for an online post comparing blacks and Asians said Monday that it's not racist to discuss what he sees as differences in how the groups have performed in the United States over the past few...
LUMBERTON — Ruffin McNeill, a Lumberton native and the head football coach at East Carolina University, will be at Biggs Park Mall on Saturday to autograph copies of his first children's book, “A Little Pirate's...
LUMBERTON — The Robeson County Executive Law Enforcement Officers Association will hold its 23rd service honoring officers who have died in the line of duty at 10 a.m. Wednesday.
PEMBROKE — A free workshop on how to avoid getting scammed will be held at the Lumbee Tribe's Boys and Girls Club in Pembroke on June 11.
LUMBERTON — Asbury Carbons Inc. is opening a plant in Lumberton that will create 25 jobs over the next three years and include an investment in Robeson County of $8 million.
LUMBERTON — Two Lumberton men are recovering after being shot in their legs in separate shootings on Saturday, according to the Lumberton Police Department.
TheftsRuby Jones, of River Run Drive, Lumberton, reported Sunday that air-conditioning units valued at $3,000 were stolen from a vacant home on McCollum Street, according to a police report.
Photos from Fairmont's 6-4 win against North Brunswick on Friday.
ST. PAULS — Jeff Walters knows how important the St. Pauls Chamber of Commerce is to his hometown, and he wants to make sure everyone else knows.
PEMBROKE — Kyle R. Carter, chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, received the Collie Coleman Spirit of Unity Award at the 18th annual Business Visions Awards Banquet on April 30.
RED SPRINGS — When Timothy Peterkin decided to open a law firm in his native Red Springs, he said one of the biggest roadblocks was finding office space.
Remember when you were a child? You always wanted to be a part of something — a group of friends, a school club, or maybe a social club.
FAYETTEVILLE (AP) — Drivers in Fayetteville no longer have to take a detour many had been forced to follow for more than two years.
CHARLOTTE (AP) — A group that hopes to establish a Charlotte medical school is releasing a feasibility study on the idea later this month.
LUMBERTON — The Lumber River Area Agency on Aging is sponsoring an aging awareness event for people 60 and older on Tuesday at Biggs Park Mall.
LUMBERTON — The $192,745 annual salary paid to Johnny Hunt, superintendent of the Public Schools of Robeson County, ranks near the top of superintendents in North Carolina, but is at the low end when based on the number of students being...
LUMBERTON — The Robeson County Board of Commissioners will receive an update Monday on the operations of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina's Veterans Affairs Office.
RED SPRINGS — A Stand Down for U.S. military veterans will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday at the Red Springs Community Center.
LUMBERTON — The Unified Robeson County Branch of the NAACP will hold a reception and meeting on May 29 at the African American Cultural Center. It will begin at 7 p.m.
GOLDSBORO — Red Springs' police chief and a police captain will not be held in criminal contempt of court for failing to turn over a box of evidence related to the 1983 killing of 11-year-old Sabrina Buie, according to the town...
LUMBERTON — The fate of driver's education for students in Robeson County's public schools appears to be in the hands of state legislators.
PEMBROKE — COMtech officials are struggling to find an executive director with the right stuff to lead the business park located just outside of Pembroke into the future.