Friday, May 27, 2022

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Pembroke shooting leaves 1 hospitalized

PEMBROKE — Police here are investigating a Thursday morning shooting that sent one Pembroke resident to the hospital, according to the department’s interim police chief.

Area teenagers learn dangers of drunk driving

LUMBERTON – About 100 teenagers in southeastern North Carolina got a crash course recently on the deadly consequences of drinking and driving during an exercise in Bladenboro.

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Tribe opens veterans village, remembers those who served

RAYNHAM — U.S. Army Veteran Bridget McNutt felt at peace Thursday for the first time since returning home after a 17-year stint in the military.

Pembroke shooting leaves 1 hospitalized

PEMBROKE — Police here are investigating a Thursday morning shooting that sent one Pembroke resident to the hospital, according to the department’s interim police chief.

Sheriff’s Office hosts retirement celebration for chief deputy, detective

LUMBERTON — Several people gathered Thursday to celebrate nearly 60 years of combined service given by Robeson County Sheriff’s Office’s chief deputy and a detective who will retire next week.

RCSO: Former detention officer charged for smuggling cell phone into jail

LUMBERTON — A former Robeson County Detention Center officer has been charged for allegedly smuggling a cell phone into the jail, according to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office.

Robeson County Sheriff to ask for more school resource officer positions following Texas school shooting

LUMBERTON — “No parent should have to worry about a cowardly shooter entering a school to commit mass murder.”

4 Robeson County natives receive honors in nursing program

HAMLET — Four Robeson County residents were given honorary awards recently during Richmond Community College’s 45th annual Associate Degree Nursing Pinning Ceremony.

Cleaning the town

Members from the Virginia-based mission group called Empowering Youth 2 Serve, the Fairmont Youth Council, Fairmont Middle School Junior Beta Club, and Fairmont Students 4 Christ gathered on Saturday morning to rid areas of litter in Fairmont. Some areas cleaned include Fresh Foods and Food Lion grocery store parking lots, Shockett and Pine Streets and alleys in the downtown area, according to Fairmont Mayor Charles Kemp.

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