DAVIDSON — Veteran newspaper executive Kent Kilpatrick has been named a regional business development director for Civitas Media, effective Sept. 15. The announcement was made by Michael Bush, president and CEO of the Davidson-based...
LUMBERTON — A Lumberton man was killed Sunday when the moped he was driving was struck head-on by another vehicle, according to the state Highway Patrol.
PEMBROKE — Representatives of the companies that will own and operate the proposed 550-mile natural gas line that will end in Robeson County will be in Pembroke on Monday to update public officials and community residents on the...
LUMBERTON — With fall right around the corner, the woman behind a new Lumberton startup is trying to keep people warm and cozy for a good cause.
FAYETTEVILLE — Cape Fear Farm Credit is now accepting applications for its online financial and business planning course. The Ag Biz Planner curriculum includes financial and business planning, budgeting and other subjects related to...
PEMBROKE — Kathaleena Edward Monds, a professor of business information systems at Albany State University's College of Business in Albany, Ga., will speak at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the...
So here is the question of the decade: When did the pound sign become known as a hashtag?
LUMBERTON — The first time Jason Petty heard a Hank Williams song, it wasn't being sung by Williams.
RED SPRINGS — More than 100 alumnae of Vardell Hall returned to their old stomping grounds Sept. 13 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the defunct all-girls boarding school.
ST. PAULS — Organizers of a flash mob performance planned for November have posted a video on social media to help participants learn the dance steps.
I see plenty of friends, both old and new, at Book 'Em North Carolina, but it's rare that someone I've known from childhood is one of the participants. Such is the case with retired FBI agent and now author John Whiteside, whose...
PEMBROKE — The third annual Peace in the Park concert series in Pembroke will come to a close Thursday with a performance from Thousands of One.
LUMBERTON — After 10 months of construction, Southeastern Health Park will soon be open for business.The $22 million outpatient care facility will begin offering some services on Oct. 1.
Southeastern Health has expanded the radiation oncology capabilities of the Gibson Cancer Center, including replacing our linear accelerator and expanding the clinic facilities.
LUMBERTON — Two doctors affiliated with Southeastern Health are expanding their work to serve Lumberton.
LUMBERTON — Dr. Barry Williamson, of Southeastern Surgical Center, located at 3001 N. Elm St., will host a seminar on LAP-BAND on Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m. at Southeastern Weight Loss Center, located within the Southeastern Health Mall on the...
LAURINBURG — Dr. William L. Harris, an interventional cardiologist board certified in cardiovascular diseases and a member of FirstHealth Cardiology Services, now offers office hours in Laurinburg and Pembroke.
WILMINGTON — A Robeson County Health Department program focusing on children with special health care needs has received statewide recognition.
LUMBERTON — Three people have been charged with drug crimes following separate busts by the Robeson County's Sheriff's Office's Narcotics Division.
LUMBERTON — Southeastern Health and the Robeson County Board of Elections will partner to register voters on Tuesday, which is National Voter Registration Day.
LUMBERTON — Commissioner Jerry Stephens wants the county to become more involved in overseeing operations at the county's Department of Social Services.
PEMBROKE — Services that have been offered for years to Lumbee veterans through the Lumbee Tribal Government can no longer be funded by federal money provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
LUMBERTON — The federal tobacco buyout program is coming to an end, pulling millions of dollars from an already fading industry once known as Robeson County's “cash crop.”
RALEIGH (AP) — A North Carolina appeals court has decided students approved for publicly-funded scholarships to attend private schools this fall can receive the money even as a trial court judge struck down the program as...
RALEIGH — The top prosecutor in North Carolina's capital is dropping criminal charges against hundreds of people arrested at mass protests at the state legislature last year.
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