- Most Haven rescues still at home - 5:51 pm updated: 6:41 pm.
- Fairmont celebrates Fourth on Sunday - 5:48 pm
- SB554 survives committe reviews - 5:43 pm
- McCrory, Cooper clash on HB2 - 5:32 pm
- $5 million for domestive violence fight survives - 5:20 pm
- ‘Top Gun’ actress McGillis attacked at NC home - 5:18 pm
- Crime report - 5:04 pm
- Match offered in race to $1M - 4:31 pm
- View Post - 4:00 pm
- No charges filed in shooting at Lumberton Sonic - 2:12 pm
- Health Board wants pets licenses - 10:00 am
- Revised SB 554 is back on table - 9:35 am
- Duke Energy proposes cut in residential rates - 9:23 am
- Pool party - 9:02 am
- Deputy involved in fatal shooting resigns - 8:41 am
- Man injured in gunfire exchange - 8:37 am
- Budget deal close - 8:35 am
- Pet adoption set for Saturday - 8:01 am
- Stepdad: Deputy didn’t have to use deadly force - 7:47 am
- Police camera bill prompts transparency dispute - 7:39 am
- Senate Bill 554 back in play - 3:37 pm updated: 3:51 pm.
- Lumbees celebrate heritage at 48th annual homecoming starting Friday - 9:51 am updated: 10:06 am.
- SB554 dies on the vine - 9:50 am
- AIM walk reaches into Robeson - 9:22 am
- Safety scholars - 8:50 am
- NC deputy kills man after being hit by chair - 8:32 am
- Rafter dies from amoebic infection after Charlotte trip - 8:32 am
- LGBT law earns fresh pushback with rallies, school policies - 8:30 am
- In Raleigh speech, Clinton says Trump has ‘no answers’ - 8:29 am
- Legislators split on math problem - 8:21 am
- Chambers closing in on final state budget - 7:53 am
- Find could be Lost Colony pottery - 7:37 am
- Crime report - 7:25 am updated: 9:52 am.
- Man shoots self in front of police - 10:04 am updated: 11:18 am.
- No charges in Lumberton dog attack - 9:47 am
- Fairmont board splits on pay raise - 9:29 am updated: 7:39 am.
- Maxton employees get pay hike - 9:19 am
- Cyclists retrace Trail of Tears - 8:50 am
- Prisoner guilty of botched kidnapping - 8:48 am
- Sex-offender bill advances - 8:33 am
- Groups want protection for red wolves - 8:31 am
- Federal court hears voter-ID arguments - 7:57 am
- Hip Pocket to finish out Alive After 5 series - 7:42 am
- McCrory, Cooper trade barbs in advance of Friday debate - 7:35 am updated: 7:39 am.
- Hard work pays off for 1,500 high school grads - 2:43 pm
- UNCP duo awarded the Hattie M. Strong Scholarship for teaching internship - 2:43 pm
- UNCP honors students for academics - 2:43 pm updated: 2:46 pm.
- Crime report - 2:35 pm
- 4 Robeson children bitten by dogs in separate attacks - 11:10 am
- Robeson commissioner adopt budget that keeps tax rate, provides COLA - 9:31 am
RALEIGH — Senators on the education committee passed Senate Bill 554 today, forwarding it to the finance committee.It is unclear if the finance ...
No charges filed in shooting at Lumberton Sonic
LUMBERTON — No charges have been filed in a shooting at Sonic Drive-In in Lumberton on Thursday.The shooting left one of two men exchanging gunf...
Health Board wants pets licenses
LUMBERTON — The Robeson County Board of Health is recommending that all dogs and cats in the county not only be vaccinated against rabies, but a...
Revised SB 554 is back on table
LUMBERTON — The death of Senate Bill 554 was short-lived as a heavily revised version of the bill will be heard in the Senate’s education ...
Duke Energy proposes cut in residential rates
LUMBERTON — Duke Energy customers in Robeson County could see their electrical bills go down in 2017.Duke Energy Progress announced on Wednesday...
Sarah Willets | The Robesonian Hip Pocket provides the soundtrack to the final installment of the Alive After 5 concert series on Thursday. With tempe...
Johnson breaks through for US Open crown
OAKMONT, Pa. — Dustin Johnson had everything going his way Sunday in the U.S. Open.He was playing the best golf on the toughest course. He had a...
Title drought over
OAKLAND, Calif. — LeBron James cradled the shiny gold trophy and struggled to sum up what might be his sweetest championship yet, the one he is ...
Lucas and J.J. Oxendine lead Region 4 to State Games win
CARY — After suffering a loss to Region 5 on Thursday, the North Carolina Region 4 team, that has four players from Robeson County high schools,...
Inside the ropes with Keith McGirt
Editor’s Note: Keith McGirt, an accomplished golfer who played collegiately at Wingate, is the younger brother of William McGirt. Keith will be ...
Mitchell signs with FTCC
ST. PAULS — The instant Jada Mitchell saw the email, she knew that she was going to pursue the opportunity.Mitchell, a 2015 graduate of St. Paul...
Summer hoops outlook from UNCP camp
PEMBROKE — Five guards manned the floor for much of the time for the Fairmont boys basketball team at Thursday’s basketball team camp host...
Southeastern Transition and Primary Care Clinic extends hours
Southeastern Transition and Primary Care Clinic, an affiliate of Southeastern Health, recently announced extended hours and welcomes additional reside...
Breakfast at Biggs seriesto discuss prostate healthLUMBERTON — Enjoy a healthy breakfast and learn about prostate health on Monday during the Br...
Student athlete paints portraits of pooches
LUMBERTON — Taylor Raines is a teenage artist who specializes in portraits of pooches.A rising senior at Lumberton High School, Raines discovere...
Carolina Civic Center to screen Oscar winners
LUMBERTON — It’s the time of year when blockbusters compete for marquee space at the multiplex, but summer means awards season at the Caro...
COMMUNITY• June 26Fantastic Fourth: The Town of Fairmont will hold its 10th annual Fantastic Fourth event from 5:30 to 10 p.m. in the Fairmont C...
Southeastern Wound Healing Center marks Wound Care Awareness Week
LUMBERTON — Southeastern Wound Healing Center, an affiliate of Southeastern Health and member of the Healogics network, is raising awareness of ...
Bill punishes poor for getting lucky in lottery
We know that when we reported last week on a bill in the state House that would require the state lottery to disclose to local departments of Social S...
City unfairly singling out for punishment owners of pit bulls
To the Editor,While I welcome an activist mayor and City Council in Lumberton, I believe they acted in haste with recent passage of an animal control ...
Truth is, NC was never in Kansas
RALEIGH — As the General Election campaign begins in North Carolina, you can expect to hear a lot about Kansas.Yes, I can read a map. Kansas and...
Restricting gun rights won’tstop Orlando-like massacres
To the Editor,People who are willing to give up their liberty for safety deserve neither.The Democrats are trying to sucker Americans into relinquishi...
Beer distributor, tribe have chance for good headline
We see what was obviously a misunderstanding concerning a local beer distributor and the Lumbee Tribal Government as just that — and something m...
St. Pauls clothing store celebrates 100 years
ST. PAULS — For the past century, Joe Sugar’s has been at the forefront of men’s fashion in St. Pauls.The retailer celebrated its 10...
New business brings butcher shop back to Lumberton
LUMBERTON — Jerry Warwick is bringing the neighborhood butcher shop back to Robeson County.Warwick owns Carolina Surf and Turf Market, which ope...
Smithfield’s restaurant reopens in Lumberton
LUMBERTON — After being on hiatus since the beginning of the year, Smithfield’s Chicken ‘N Bar-B-Q in Lumberton will reopen Tuesday....
Economics 101: Commerce leaders visit Robeson Community College
LUMBERTON — John Skvarla, the state’s secretary of commerce, visited Robeson Community College last week to talk about economic developmen...
College recognizes owner of Sweet Candy Cafe
LUMBERTON — Felicia Evans Long, owner of Sweet Candy Cafe in downtown Lumberton, was recently recognized by the University of Phoenix, where she...
Family court: Lumberton judge swears in lawyer daughter
LUMBERTON — The apple didn’t fall far from the tree for Lumberton District Court Judge Herbert L. Richardson Sr., whose daughter Mary Jane...