LUMBERTON — The public is invited to sample local produce and watch a documentary about the food industry at a fundraiser for the Food For Thought Community Garden tonight.
LUMBERTON — An autopsy is being performed to determine what killed a 21-year-old woman found dead in her Lumberton home on Sunday evening.
FAIRMONT — Construction of a new bridge in Fairmont has begun, prompting a lengthy road closure.
LUMBERTON — Anticipating that a new horse barn with 100 stalls will soon be available at the Southeast North Carolina Agricultural Events Center, sponsors of horse shows are already booking the center's pavilion for events to be held next...
Contributed photo Brad A. Perritt, superintendent of Lumberton Correctional Institution, and Arnold West, owner of Village Station, held their 2nd Annual Special Olympics benefit luncheon on Aug. 29. Lumberton Correctional Institution raised more than...
PEMBROKE — Threefifty, a Brooklyn duo that blends baroque instrumental music with electronic flourishes, will play at the Givens Performing Arts Center at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke on Friday.
LUMBERTON — Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8969 in Lumberton is rounding up the troops.
LUMBERTON — A Lumberton lawyer's debut novel has received an industry award.On Aug. 26, Marcus W. Williams' “The Capacity to Believe: Race, Media and Politics in the American South” was named...
LUMBERTON — he March of Dimes will hold its annual March for Babies walk on Sept. 27 at Luther Britt Park.Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the walk begins at 10 a.m.
Southeastern Health adopted the slogan “Better Health — Starting with You” and has implemented a program, named “UCare,” related to recent changes in the delivery of health care.
LUMBERTON — District Attorney Johnson Britt says the decision on whether or not to try a man implicated by new DNA evidence for the rape and murder of Sabrina Buie in 1983 will be left in part to the victim's survivors.
LUMBERTON — Surveys of Robeson County properties likely to be in the path of a 550-mile natural gas pipeline that will begin in West Virginia and end in Robeson County have already begun.
PEMBROKE — Two candidates filed Friday to run for seats on the 21-member Lumbee Tribal Council. Both are newcomers.
LUMBERTON — A Hail Mary by supporters of a program that would have distributed public vouchers to send children to private schools was shot down by North Carolina's Supreme Court this week, frustrating some Robeson County parents who...
LUMBERTON — Please listen carefully, as our menu options have changed.Beginning today, each department at The Robesonian has a new telephone number. The newspaper's main number is still 910-739-4322.
LUMBERTON — The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has ordered the Robeson County Housing Authority to respond to a payback request for $766,165, including more than $63,000 that is a result of conflict-of-interest hiring that took...
LUMBERTON — The North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources has determined that some people and property downstream from the coal ash ponds at Duke Energy's deactivated Weatherspoon plant are in a...
LUMBERTON — Public hearings on whether to extend utility tax credits to local companies considering expansion will be held during Monday's City Council meeting.
RALEIGH — Henry McCollum and Leon Brown are planning to ask for pardons after they were freed this week from North Carolina prisons following the discovery of evidence that they didn't kill a young girl 30 years ago.
LUMBERTON — More Robeson County students passed standardized tests in the 2013-2014 school year, but the public school system still lags behind statewide performance.
PEMBROKE — A 27-year-old Pembroke man was killed Wednesday when a car he was a passenger in ran off the road and overturned, according to the state Highway Patrol.
LUMBERTON — Franny's Friends will hold a pet adoption from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Frank's Furniture at 2400 Fayetteville Road.