LUMBERTON — Despite charges by Democrats and others that new voting regulations passed by the GOP-controlled General Assembly stifle opportunities for minority voting, the state Board of Elections says more early voting sites will be available...
PEMBROKE — After months of restoration work, the Lumbee Tribe will throw a spotlight on its recently acquired Cultural Center during a gospel festival on Saturday.
LUMBERTON — Lumberton business owners and residents are hoping a fire that charred, gutted and ultimately brought down a Chestnut Street building this week will become a rallying point for revitalizing the downtown area.
LUMBERTON — Lumberton attorney Jonathan Hunt moved everything out of his Chestnut Street office on Friday — about seven years after he moved in, and two days after a fire gutted the building next door.
RALEIGH (AP) — An auto parts manufacturer is being offered $1.4 million in incentives to add 125 North Carolina jobs that pay average salaries lower than the local average.
RALEIGH — Distrust of Democratic Attorney General Roy Cooper by North Carolina's Republican GOP legislative leaders has led the lawmakers to hire outside attorneys who have billed the state nearly $1.2 million this past year to fight in...
TheftsAhsah Mowatt reported Wednesday that $34.92 worth of Bud Light beer was stolen from Shop & Save on East Second Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.
LUMBERTON — Newsweek magazine recently named Robeson County's Early College High School a top school for poor students.
LUMBERTON — Two men were separately charged with drug crimes Thursday, including one arrested at his family's business, according to the Robeson County Sheriff's Office narcotics division.
PEMBROKE — Local veterans told Veterans Affairs officials on Thursday that overall the medical services they have been receiving at the Fayetteville VA Medical Center and the VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic in Pembroke are good.
PEMBROKE — A committee meeting of the Lumbee Tribal Council turned ugly Thursday with council members screaming at one another and two of the 14 members present about to physically confront each other.
LUMBERTON — The owner of a downtown business destroyed by fire on Wednesday says he had nothing to do with the blaze.
LUMBERTON — Traffic is again flowing on Second Street in downtown Lumberton now that a building gutted by fire on Wednesday has been reduced to a pile of bricks and debris.
RALEIGH — A North Carolina inmate with mental illness who had been held in solitary confinement died of thirst, according to an autopsy released Thursday.
CAROLINA BEACH (AP) — Authorities in Carolina Beach say fire has destroyed the arcade on the town's boardwalk.
CHARLOTTE (AP) — With Election Day just weeks away, a federal appeals court heard arguments Thursday in a case challenging a new North Carolina voting law that critics say will suppress minority voter turnout in November.
LUMBERTON — Robesonians can take steps towards improving the health of babies during the March for Babies on Saturday.
TheftsLetha Scott, of Seneca Street, Lumberton, reported Wednesday that her $5 paper vehicle registration plate was stolen, according to a police report.
PEMBROKE — The Lumbee Warriors Association will hold a town hall meeting Thursday with the Veterans Administration medical center staff and Daniel Hoffman, director of Veterans Integrated Service Networks 6. The meeting will begin at 1 p.m. in...
LUMBERTON — The October meeting date for the Public Schools of Robeson County Board of Education has been moved.
TheftsAnnie Hunt, of Branch Street, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that a $100 blue bicycle and a $35 pink and black bicycle were stolen from her home, according to a police report.
LUMBERTON — The owner of a downtown building gutted by flames on Wednesday says that the fire was intentionally set.
LUMBERTON — Following several days of rainfall, Robeson County residents can put away their umbrellas — for the weekend, at least.
CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. (AP) — Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart will not be charged with the death of a fellow driver at a sprint car race in upstate New York, prosecutors said Wednesday in disclosing for the first time that the victim had...
CHARLOTTE (AP) — Authorities say a former NFL player has been sentenced to nearly four years in federal prison and two years of supervised release for his role in a multimillion-dollar mortgage fraud conspiracy.