RED SPRINGS — The train depot in Red Springs will look a lot like Christmas this weekend in an event designed to provide some family fun and get presents to the needy.
McCOLL, S.C. — Rummaging through a backyard shed packed with stacks of sealed cardboard boxes full of yard decorations he's already bought for next Christmas, 45-year-old Michael Adams says, “I might have a disorder of some...
LUMBERTON — Comic book collectors from across Southeastern North Carolina will gather at Biggs Park Mall this weekend in hopes of uncovering rare funny books.
ST. PAULS — Artist Stirling McKelvie hopes her latest piece will encourage people to take better care of their community.
PEMBROKE — A documentary by Stan Knick of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke won an award for Best Regional Film during the 17th annual Native American Indian Film and Video Festival of the Southeast. The festival, which was...
GREENVILLE — After nearly 25 years of guiding collegiate athletes on the gridiron, Lumberton native Ruffin McNiell wants to give children some pointers about the game of life.
LUMBERTON — It's beginning to look — and sound — a lot like Christmas at the Carolina Civic Center.
LUMBERTON — A project at Tanglewood Elementary School has earned Lumberton native Kaytlin Currie the Girl Scout Gold Award, the organization's highest honor.
RED SPRINGS — Christmas came a little early for the arts program at Red Springs High School.The day before Thanksgiving, the school received art supplies and a check from members of the Red Springs Arts Council.
LUMBERTON — Robeson County residents will sing, dance and act to raise money for scholarships during the Robeson Community College Foundation's Christmas Talent Showcase on Thursday.
LUMBERTON — A holiday classic will return to Robeson County just in time to get people in the Christmas spirit.
FAIRMONT — Journalist and Fairmont native Joseph Mitchell may have moved away from Robeson County at age 21, but according to a unfinished chapter of his memoir recently published in The New Yorker magazine, Mitchell clearly did not forget the...
FAIRMONT — From 1985 to 1989, the Fairmont and Western Locomotive operated out of the converted railroad depot that now houses the Border Belt Farmers Museum and Welcome Center.
The holiday season is in full swing. Pumpkin pie ingredients are prominently displayed at most grocery stores. As the Thanksgiving turkeys roast, fall decorations are quickly swapped out in favor of snowmen, tinsel and Christmas trees. I can guarantee...
ORRUM — The usually quiet countryside of Bethesda will become a jubilant and festive place in early December as the community kicks off its Country Christmas Tour of Bethesda Homes.