Gold named next RCC president
Matthew dunks local commerce
Donations signal volunteers call
Mayor: Creativy, hard work got the water flowing
Schools try to figure restart
- Lumberton’s boil advisory lifted - 10:20 am
- Gold named next RCC president - 9:43 am
- Matthew dunks local commerce - 5:34 pm
- Soldier who killed teen neighbor kills self in NC prison - 4:06 pm
- McCrory visits Princeville, meets congressional members - 4:05 pm
- Boil advisory still in effect in Lumberton - 3:21 pm updated: 5:12 pm.
- Sheriff’s Office probes deaths as being suspicious - 3:08 pm
- Only 2 contested races for Tribal Council - 3:04 pm
- Early voting off to ‘steady’ start - 3:01 pm
- Man ID’d who died during Matthew - 2:48 pm
- Robeson County crime report - 2:04 pm
- Lumber River drops below flood stage - 11:39 am
- 77-year-old man reported missing - 9:05 am
- Pet of the week - 12:57 pm
- Donations signal volunteers call - 12:53 pm updated: 5:02 pm.
- Mayor: Creativy, hard work got the water flowing - 11:51 am updated: 12:52 pm.
- Emergency food benefits made available - 11:20 am
- Volunteers in need of lodging - 10:09 am
- Schools closed through Wednesday - 10:05 am
- Jewish Response to Disaster volunteers need place to stay - 9:53 am
- Church establishes relief fund - 8:46 am
- Fairmont festival now set for Nov. 12 - 8:34 am
- Teen shot, injured critically - 2:34 pm
- Hudson promises growers help in wake of Matthew - 2:30 pm
- Red Springs hires agency to help with FEMA process - 1:13 pm
- City collecting garbage only next week - 12:13 pm
- Miss NC lends a hand - 10:43 am
- Fall festival at Highlander Academy on Oct. 21 - 10:39 am updated: 1:46 pm.
- Schools try to figure restart - 8:56 am updated: 1:31 pm.
- Prince tribute concert Friday at GPAC - 3:58 pm updated: 3:59 pm.
- McCrory creates Matthew task force - 3:08 pm
- 290 remain in two shelters - 2:52 pm
- At least 300 public housing units damaged in city - 2:42 pm updated: 10:33 pm.
- Rescued animals await reunions - 2:23 pm
- Water-use limit lifted - 12:28 pm updated: 4:44 pm.
- School supplied needed for distribution - 11:30 am
- Benefits available to those who lost jobs to Matthew - 11:28 am
- Church, nonprofit pairs up to help flood victims - 10:10 am
- McCrory outlines plans for recovery from Hurricane Matthew - 8:19 am
- FEMA officials ready to offer help - 4:38 pm
- Cleanup begins for families - 3:31 pm
- Florida woman’s body found in car - 3:04 pm
- BB&T donates $1M for Matthew relief - 2:24 pm
- Doo Wop Project postponed - 2:21 pm
- Donations needed of school supplies - 1:51 pm
- Number in shelter dips to 371 - 1:38 pm
- Ag center closes as distribution site - 10:31 am updated: 12:32 pm.
- Dial 2-1-1 for storm assistance - 10:29 am
- FEMA closes PODs, setting up central distribution site - 7:05 pm
- School out in Robeson for the rest of the week - 6:31 pm
Man ID’d who died during Matthew
FAIRMONT — The name of a Fairmont man who died during Hurricane Matthew has been released.But little additional information was available on the...
Robeson County crime report
TheftsThomas Smith, of Maggie Valley, reported Saturday that his $6,000 tool set was stolen from a residence on Cavalier Street in Lumberton, accordin...
Lumber River drops below flood stage
LUMBERTON — The Lumber River has fallen below flood stage in Lumberton following historic flooding caused by Hurricane Matthew.A gauge on the ri...
77-year-old man reported missing
LUMBERTON — A Silver Alert has been issued for a missing 77-year-old Robeson man.The N.C. Center for Missing Persons issued the alert for Bobby ...
Pet of the week
Cuddle, a 1 1/2 year old Poodle or Lhasa Apso mix, was found in Red Springs. To see Cuddle and other animals available for adoption, visit the Humane ...
Donations signal volunteers call
LUMBERTON — From 15, the distribution and drop-off sites for disaster relief supplies in Robeson County are down to two.These two repositories h...
Braves outlast Catawba in homecoming win
PEMBROKE — With every big play that the Catawba offense had on Saturday, it was every response from The University of North Carolina at Pembroke...
Bulldogs gamble, lose OT thriller
ST PAULS — Facing a decision of whether or not to prolong the game or go for the walk-off win on Friday night against South Columbus, St. Pauls ...
Local Football Roundup
South Robeson claims first winCERRO GORDO — On a touchdown pass with 3:02 remaining, South Robeson defeated West Columbus 28-20 on the road to c...
Fairmont stays atop Three Rivers Conference with game-winning touchdown over Red Springs
FAIRMONT — Fairmont quarterback Julius Caulder didn’t see his where his final pass attempt ended up until after he picked his head up off ...
Braves return to comfort zone for homecoming against Catawba
PEMBROKE — With everything surrounding today’s home game for The University of North Carolina at Pembroke football team, just being at hom...
Updated Robeson County fall prep sports schedule
Local High School Sports ScheduleVOLLEYBALL— South Robeson vs. Red Springs, Saturday at Fairmont, 3 p.m.— St. Pauls at Fairmont, Saturday,...
Revels-LocklearLori and Furman Oxendine, of Dunn, and Darwin Revels, of Pembroke, announce the engagement of their daughter, Angelique Revels, to Benj...
GOP right on Medicaid
During Tuesday’s televised debate with incumbent Gov. Pat McCrory, Democratic challenger Roy Cooper took several opportunities to chide the gove...
Lumberton-based doctor tends to needy in Dominican Republic
LUMBERTON — Dr. David Dalsimer was looking for a way to give back, a way to use his skills and education to aid those in need. Dalsimer found hi...
Britt-KempAnne Christopher Britt and Travis Freeman Kemp, both of Lumberton, were married at 5 p.m. on Oct. 1 at First Presbyterian Church in Lumberto...
Britt-MeyersJennifer Francis Britt, of Orrum, and Charles Justin Meyers, of Little River, S.C., were united in marriage at 4 p.m. on July 31 at Vinela...
Stephens-HensleyHeather Marie Stephens, of Greensboro, and Daniel Peter Hensley, also of Greensboro, were united in marriage at 2 p.m. on June 4 at Ga...
McCrory making comeback
RALEIGH — North Carolinians have long known that the electoral contest between Pat McCrory and Roy Cooper would be expensive, contentious, and c...
Back-to-school challenge will test our patience
“We could never learn to be brave and patient, if there were only joy in the world.”— Helen KellerAdministrators with the Public Sch...
A better way than the ACA
President Obama should have named his health care law the “Shock and Awe Care Act,” because that’s the annual reaction of hardworkin...
Four former chief justices favor Edmunds for re-election
To the Editor,We four former chief justices of the Supreme Court of North Carolina, two Democrats and two Republicans, are writing to express our supp...
The myth on teacher supply
In North Carolina, Republican candidates for the General Assembly and statewide offices have been told that their policies are to blame for the fact t...
‘Step outside the box’ with Robeson 4-H
We have all heard the saying “step outside the box” or “step out of your comfort zone.”Well, the Robeson County 4-H Program gi...
Crossroads buys Lumberton Ford-Lincoln
LUMBERTON — After 60 years in business, Lumberton Ford-Lincoln has been sold to the Crossroads Automotive Group of Wake Forest.The deal was stru...
Robeson Community College offers small business seminars
LUMBERTON — Whether it’s a desire to be one’s own boss, a need for a backup plan in case of job loss or a wish to supplement income,...
Testing soil can save money, optimize yields
In today’s economy, consumers are always looking for ways to save money. One of the most practical ways to save money is to have your soil teste...
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 ...