A Trump makes quick stop
Calm returns to Charlotte
Fifth man charged in August murder
Pipeline bypass done
Cummings closer to Pembroke victory
- Drugs seized from Shannon home, 1 charged - 4:37 pm
- Robeson fair-goers should heed detour - 4:37 pm
- Robeson County crime report - 8:21 pm
- Teacher who stepped on flag faces 10 days of unpaid leave - 6:05 pm
- Video shows deadly encounter between black man, Charlotte police - 5:56 pm
- Train hits, kills Maxton man - 5:16 pm
- A Trump makes quick stop - 5:12 pm
- Woman gets prison on DOT worker’s death - 4:31 pm
- 13-year-old charged after bomb found - 4:08 pm
- Rains bring strong crop yields - 2:22 pm updated: 4:04 pm.
- Pittenger: Rioters ‘hate white people’ - 9:26 am
- Calm returns to Charlotte - 8:57 am
- Benefit to help with teen’s sickle cell fight - 8:35 am updated: 9:09 am.
- Iconic swing bridge being replaced - 8:15 am
- 65 rescued from flooding in NC - 8:09 am
- New congressional districts challenged again - 7:49 am
- Hewett named chairman of nonprofit - 7:41 am
- Saddletree Fire Department hosts Community Day - 7:38 am
- Community garden planned - 5:17 pm
- Fifth man charged in August murder - 3:21 pm
- Robeson County crime report - 2:45 pm
- Accident kills longtime highway patrolman - 2:18 pm updated: 9:56 am.
- Food Lion stocks up My Refuge - 9:46 am
- Dial has no plans to protest ruling on Pembroke race - 8:58 am updated: 1:13 pm.
- Charlotte still unsteady - 8:42 am
- Charlotte still unsteady - 8:39 am
- Company restarts gasoline pipeline after leak in Alabama - 8:18 am
- Company restarts gasoline pipeline after leak in Alabama - 8:15 am
- GOP opening could include a Trump - 8:10 am
- GOP opening could include a Trump - 8:07 am
- 2 charged with assaulting officer - 7:55 am
- 2 charged with assaulting officer - 7:52 am
- Company plans 550 jobs for Buncombe County - 7:47 am
- DA won’t prosecute flag-stomping teacher - 7:44 am
- Court dismisses challenge to marriage-recusal law - 7:41 am
- Court dismisses challenge to marriage-recusal law - 7:38 am
- Robeson County crime report - 7:34 am
- Robeson County crime report - 7:31 am
- Lumberton man killed in log truck wreck near Fayetteville - 4:13 pm
- Protests follow black man’s death in Charlotte - 9:45 am
- State budget director tells Lumberton club economy is strong - 9:34 am
- Pipeline bypass done - 9:22 am
- McLean-Kesler joins Fairmont board - 8:49 am
- McCrory: Democrats refuse HB2 compromise - 8:12 am
- Teacher suspended for stomping on flag - 7:55 am
- Trump takes rural route in Kenansville visit - 7:47 am
- NC jobless rate drops to 4.6 percent - 7:37 am
- Robeson County crime report - 3:41 pm
- Robeson schools recognized for growth - 9:51 am updated: 11:21 am.
- Pipeline leak puts some out of gas - 9:40 am
Rains bring strong crop yields
LUMBERTON — A healthy balance of sufficient rain and sunshine has created conditions for what could be a bumper corn crop as well as good yields...
Pittenger: Rioters ‘hate white people’
CHARLOTTE — A Republican congressman who represents a district that includes Robeson County is under fire after saying people are protesting in ...
Calm returns to Charlotte
CHARLOTTE — A third night of protests over a fatal police shooting in Charlotte gave way to quiet streets as a curfew enacted by the city’...
Benefit to help with teen’s sickle cell fight
FAIRMONT — A teenager’s fight for her life will take center stage on Saturday when friends and family hold a motorcycle run to raise money...
Iconic swing bridge being replaced
SURF CITY (AP) — The days are numbered for the iconic swing bridge connecting Topsail Island and the mainland at Surf City on the North Carolina...
65 rescued from flooding in NC
RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory says at least 65 people have been rescued from flooding in one northeastern North Carolina county...
Thursday’s Local Roundup
Swett volleyball edges out LumbertonLUMBERTON — The Purnell Swett volleyball team defeated rival Lumberton in five sets on Thursday, improving t...
Local teams rally for TDs against cancer
LUMBERTON — For the next two weeks, the Red Springs and Fairmont football teams will be scoring touchdowns in an effort to beat something other ...
Game of the Week: Red Devils, Bulldogs renew rivalry
RED SPRINGS — It’s more than just a rivalry game Friday night as St. Pauls travels to Red Springs; it’s the Three Rivers Conference ...
McGirt takes aim at Tour Championship
ATLANTA — The beginning of the end starts Thursday for William McGirt as the best season of his PGA Tour career comes to a close at the Tour Cha...
Cagle: NASCAR rules are only slightly enforced
I’ll be the first to admit it. I suck at math and numbers are my kryptonite. I know it. I own it. A man has to know his limits.But even I know t...
U.S. Cellular kicks off search for Most Valuable Coach
WILMINGTON — U.S. Cellular has launched the Most Valuable Coach program, a campaign to highlight and recognize current high school football head...
McGugan to teach drawing at Arts Council
LUMBERTON — Local artist Joy McGugan is offering drawing classes at the new home of the Robeson County Arts Council beginning Wednesday.Classes ...
Lowry-BullardMadison Paige Lowry, of Pembroke, and LaGarren Allen Bullard, also of Pembroke, were united in marriage at 4 p.m. on Aug. 6 at Bear Swamp...
Progressive Garden Club pageant coming up
LUMBERTON — The Progressive Garden Club of Lumberton will hold its Little Miss Progressive Garden Club pageant on Oct. 8.Four contestants and th...
Lineup announced for Stars and Guitars showcase
FAYETTEVILLE — Tickets are on sale for WKML’s annual Stars and Guitars concert, scheduled for Nov. 14 at Fayetteville’s Crown Theatr...
‘Addams Family’ musical hits the stage in Florence
FLORENCE — Florence Little Theatre is opening its 2016-2017 with the creepy, kooky “Addams Family.”In this new musical comedy modele...
Methodist, Sweet Tea Shakespeare join for ‘Romeo and Juliet’ twist
FAYETTEVILLE — Methodist University and Sweet Tea Shakespeare will present a new take on two classic Shakespeare plays Sept. 29 through Oct. 2 a...
Your chance Saturday to chip in for Robeson County Humane Society
“The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”— Mahatma GandhiIf that is the measuring stick, then Ro...
North Carolinians have enough sense to know when, where to vote
To the Editor,I am 73 years old. I have known for most of my life that Election Day in the United States is the first Tuesday after the first Monday i...
So who raised sales tax?
RALEIGH — North Carolina Democrats running for statewide offices this year are trying to convince voters that Republicans favor higher taxes on ...
McCrory, Charlotte should find fix for an actual problem
Gov. Pat McCrory and the Republican leadership that is most responsible for House Bill 2 tossed that football — well, hand grenade might be a mo...
Angst over college admissions
The school year is fresh and new. But high school seniors with college ambitions began their academic slog weeks ago, on Aug. 1, when the Common Appli...
John C’s Fish Market bring fresh seafood to Lumberton
LUMBERTON — Seafood lovers have another option when looking for fresh fish in Robeson County.John C’s Seafood Market opened in mid-August ...
Lumberton food bank to get Food Lion upgrade
SALISBURY — A Lumberton food bank is among more than 30 food pantries that will benefit during Feeding America’s Hunger Action Month.My Re...
Works begins on rail bridge in Pembroke
PEMBROKE — Tons of dirt are being moved and packed daily near Union Chapel Road in Pembroke as part of an $18.4 million investment, a new railro...
New realty office opens in Lumberton
LUMBERTON — With what they see as an improving real estate market, two entrepreneurs have launched their own agency.Sherry Byrd and Renee Perry,...
Affordable Care Act continues death spiral as insurance companies leave
The Affordable Care Act’s projected death spiral may have taken a significant spin in North Carolina recently. Only a few months ago Aetna’...
Perfect NC peaches
Sweet and juicy peaches are one of North Carolina’s finest summertime fruits. Though they are available year round, they taste best and are less...