- Robeson schools consolidated plan halted
- Early voting for June 7 primary begins; low turnout expected
- Robeson County deliquent taxpayer list to be published Thursday in The Robesonian
- NC Senate wants standard deduction increase
- New Hanover schools move to ban skinny jeans
- Chances dwindling for LGBT law repeal
- Alive After 5 tries again Thursday with Rivermist
- Crime report
- Click It or Ticket campaign underway in NC
- UNCP celebrates the careers of 30 retirees during ceremony
- Pembroke man shot, killed in robbery attempt
- Economics 101: Commerce leaders visit Robeson Community College
- Wastewater spills in Fairmont swamp
- Victims in human trafficking case with Robeson County link found safe
- Lumberton City Council reviews $85M budget
- Flight diverted to Wilmington after woman falls ill
- UNC board lending an ear to protesters
- Republicans seek to combine North Carolina LGBT lawsuits
- Lynch visiting Fayetteville to praise police
- Rowan school board repeals pepper spray vote
- Lumbee Tribe holds surplus sale Friday
- Alive After 5 rescheduled for Thursday
- Gibson holds open house on Wednesday
- Crime report
- Relay adds $137K to cancer fight
- City provides safe place for swaps
- Robeson school board to finally talk consolidation
- Commissioners differ on tax-hike need
- Memorial at RCC on June 4 to honor Shakur
- Reportcould say$264,000misspent
- Purple rain at Relay
- Counterfeit items totaling $100K seized at Robeson businesses
- Crime report
- County has out of predevelopment pact
- Fairmont puts light on academics
- Lumbee Tribal Council upholds 3-year enrollment rule
- Governor pardons Scotland man wrongly convicted of rape
- Woman charged in Interstate 95 wreck that killed traffic worker; victim identified
- Church history to be displayed across New York
- Teens take their knowledge of God to the streets
- Approach Christ with the attitude of a child
- Church news
- Robeson school board to discuss school consolidation Tuesday
- Red Springs street festival to be postponed due to weather
- House easily OKs budget upping teacher pay
- Crime report
- Alive After 5 concert rescheduled
- Alamance human trafficking case linked to Robeson County election
- Schools get HB2 order
- Indian vets get memorial input
Click It or Ticket campaign underway in NC
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Transportation annual Click It or Ticket campaign is underway for the 23rd year.The campaign, which k...
UNCP celebrates the careers of 30 retirees during ceremony
PEMBROKE — Dr. Tommy Thompson is a seasoned public speaker.For more than three decades, Thompson gave hundreds of lectures and coached countless...
Pembroke man shot, killed in robbery attempt
LUMBERTON — The Robeson County District Attorney’s Office will decide if charges should be filed in the death of a Pembroke man who allegedly trie...
Wastewater spills in Fairmont swamp
FAIRMONT — About 1,500 gallons of untreated wastewater discharged into a Fairmont swamp on Sunday, according to a notice from the town. The disch...
Victims in human trafficking case with Robeson County link found safe
BURLINGTON — Three girls believed to be victims in a human trafficking case with ties to Robeson County have been found safe, according to the A...
Hammonds, McNeill, Lowery set to play college sports
RED SPRINGS — Red Springs’ Antwaun McNeill, Hunter Lowery and Victoria Hammonds signed their letters of intent to continue their sports ca...
Sherman forming the herd
PEMBROKE — Bringing the team together is something Purnell Swett football coach Jon Sherman looked to achieve coming into spring practice two we...
From the Fringe
Malcolm selected to attend leadership academyPINEHURST — Purnell Swett golfer Alaina Malcolm from The First Tee of the Sandhills has been select...
County well represented on All-SEC teams
Lumberton and Purnell Swett spring sports athletes were well represented on the all-Southeastern Conference teams announced this week.BaseballThe Rams...
Robeson County native sets ECU track record
ORLANDO — East Carolina University junior and Robeson County native Aminah Ghaffar of Lumberton set her third ECU school record at the American ...
South Granville eliminates Fairmont
ST. PAULS — Having the experience of winning the state championship last year, the South Granville baseball team knew what it needed to do as it...
Southeastern Health opens walk-in clinic at Lumberton Drug
LUMBERTON — Southeastern Health will open a new, same-day clinic within Lumberton Drug’s Fayetteville Road location today.The Clinic at Lu...
Southeastern General Hospital School of Nursing class reminisces at 50th reunion
LUMBERTON — Sandra Austin found a second family at Southeastern General Hospital School of Nursing.“We were like sisters,” said Aust...
Blind Cat Rescue recruiting volunteers
ST. PAULS — A safe haven for sightless cats is prowling for volunteers.The Blind Cat Rescue and Sanctuary is calling on local animal lovers to l...
Lunch and Learn programto talk stress managementLUMBERTON — Enjoy a healthy lunch and learn about stress on Tuesday.Candace Langston, clinical e...
Ride of Silence will pay tribute to fallen cyclists
LUMBERTON — The Robeson Road Runners group is gearing up for a quiet ride in honor of fallen bicyclists.The second annual Lumberton Ride of Sile...
Robeson County Arts Council accepting grant applications
LUMBERTON — The Robeson County Arts Council is accepting applications for the North Carolina Arts Council Grassroots Arts Program subgrants.Esta...
Republicans get say on June 7
It is rare that mostly Republicans and unaffiliated voters will be voting in a Robeson County election with nearly no Democrats participating. But tha...
Leadership isn’t saying no, it’s getting job done
We didn’t bother with a roll call of members of the school board for a story today about a Tuesday meeting on the school consolidation plan beca...
Fighting for our veterans
Providing for the common defense of our nation is one of the few responsibilities of Congress explicitly stated in the United States Constitution. As ...
Discrimination not black, white
“There is no room in our schools for discrimination of any kind.”A U.S. Department of Justice news release attributes those words to U.S. ...
Tatum’s first job: Find money to reward everyone
We have known Katrina Tatum, the town manager in Fairmont, for years, and find her to be good to work with and adept at her job, which is why we appla...
Employment on the rise in Robeson County
LUMBERTON — Robeson County’s unemployment rate fell to 7.7 percent in March, according to information released by the North Carolina Depar...
Photographer captures biz award from UNCP
PEMBROKE — Photographer Quinyon DeBerry is no stranger to taking pictures that make people say “wow.”But it was his business acumen ...
Bank board tabs CEO of McArthur Construction
LUMBERTON — Patsy McArthur, president and CEO of McArthur Construction Company in Lumberton, recently joined the Cape Fear Market Community Boar...
Grants fund renovations at Alamac American Knits, Speech N Progress
RALEIGH — Two grants totaling $540,000 have been awarded to renovation projects in Lumberton and Pembroke.Gov. Pat McCrory recently announced th...
Coldwell Banker embraces new tech
LUMBERTON — David H. Zeitz, a broker at Coldwell Banker Premier Team Realty in Lumberton, says he was “blown away” after seeing a vi...
Robeson Community College to hold event for small businesses
LUMBERTON — The U.S. Small Business Administration will provide a financing event for small businesses on April 26 at Robeson Community College....