PEMBROKE — As the filing period for candidates wanting to run for a seat on the Lumbee Tribal Council enters its second week, the tribe's elections board office finally has a permanent phone number, according to Sheila Beck-Jones, the...
RED SPRINGS — A Red Springs man is recovering after being shot in the face by a Robeson County sheriff's deputy early Monday morning.
LUMBERTON — After being bitten and severely injured while attempting to administer a rabies shot to a pit bull at the White House Fire Department on Thursday, Dr. David Brooks, bleeding from his mouth, kept on working, treating two other dogs...
LUMBERTON — More than 3,000 bargain hunters flocked downtown on Monday looking for a good deal as Revitalize Downtown Lumberton held its 20th annual Labor Day yard sale.
LUMBERTON — U.S. Rep. Mike McIntyre, a Lumberton native, was recently presented with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, North Carolina's highest civilian honor.
RALEIGH — North Carolina business recruiters offered Toyota more than $100 million in incentives for the world's largest carmaker to move its North American headquarters to Charlotte rather than a Dallas suburb, but still lost out to a...
FAYETTEVILLE (AP) — Residents who live near a Cumberland County site being considered for a $113 million poultry plant are divided.
PEMBROKE — Art history professor Nancy Palm has been named director of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke's A.D. Gallery, and her first exhibition is already hanging on the walls of the gallery in Locklear Hall.
LUMBERTON — Tonnie Prevatte, owner of Prevatte's Home Sales in Lumberton, recently received the Rollan Jones Member of Year award by the membership of the North Carolina Manufactured and Modular Homebuilders Association.
PEMBROKE — When an internship comes with a non-disclosure agreement, chances are it's going to be a great learning experience.
In North Carolina and across the country, the year marks the 100th anniversary of Cooperative Extension programs.
PEMBROKE — For the third year in a row Pembroke Town Park will come alive with music and activities thanks to the Peace in the Park Concert series, taking place every Thursday in September.
LUMBERTON — Local movie-goers are being asked to trade their soda and popcorn for wine and actual corn during a special screening of the documentary “Edible City” at the Carolina Civic Center.
LUMBERTON — A 15-year-old is leading an effort to repair a long-neglected cemetery in Lumberton.
LAURINBURG — If St. Pauls has poetry's next Robert Frost or Gwendolyn Brooks, officials at St. Andrews University want to know about it.
A new school year has started, and with it comes a new librarian at Robeson County Public Library. I am Lillian Blomeley and I am proud to be your new youth services librarian.
LUMBERTON — Descendents of Shell and Maude Scott Fields are invited to attend the family's annual reunion at Luther Britt Park on West Fifth Street at 1 p.m. on Sept. 13. Attendees are asked to bring a hot-covered dish, a dessert and a...
LUMBERTON — Radiation Oncology Manager Shari Kinlaw demonstrated the Gibson Cancer Center's recently acquired Elekta Versa HD Radiotherapy System radiation treatment system to physicians and representatives from Southeastern Health during...
With the governors' signature affixed, legislation to allow county jails to sell e-cigarettes has been adopted. E-cigarette companies are celebrating because they are the only winners in this matter. The original bill would have just let inmates...
LUMBERTON — The Lumberton Children's Clinic, a division of Children's Health of Carolina P.A., welcomed two new physicians in August.
LUMBERTON — After nearly two months of waiting, Lumberton got its Fourth of July fireworks on Saturday night.
LUMBERTON — Three public hearings will be held on Tuesday when the Robeson County Board of Commissioners holds the first of its two regular monthly meetings. The board, which usually meets on the first Monday of the month, is meeting Tuesday...
LUMBERTON — For Geraldine Brown, it comes as no surprise that after 30 years in prison, her brothers may soon walk free.
LUMBERTON — Robeson County's tourism industry generated a record $127 million in 2013, according to a recent study prepared for the North Carolina Department of Commerce's Division of Tourism, Film and Sports Development...
LUMBERTON — Veterinarians across Robeson County will offer discounted spay and neuter services from Tuesday until Sept. 13 in an effort to prevent strays and reduce the number of animals that have to be take to the county pound and often have to...
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