A second Pembroke police officer has been suspended from his position, and a Red Springs police lieutenant has been charged with drug crimes for a second time.
LUMBERTON — The waiting list for receiving Section 8 vouchers from the Lumberton Housing Authority opened Monday for the first time since April 2013.
LEXINGTON — The man who police say killed his five children waived his first court appearance Friday because he is being “portrayed as a monster” and needs a mental health evaluation as soon as possible, his attorney...
FAYETTEVILLE (AP) — Government attorneys want a federal judge to deny Jeffrey MacDonald's latest request for a new trial.
RALEIGH (AP) — State leaders in North Carolina are promising to make changes to prevent contractors from using a labor scheme that can hurt workers and cheat the state and federal government out of revenue.
TheftsMichael Revels, of West 10th Street, Lumberton, reported Thursday that his AR-15 rifle, valued at $663.90, was stolen from his car, according to a police report.
LUMBERTON — The director of program at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke who works to ensure the health of local babies says a grant of just more than $500,000 will help reach countless more struggling mothers.
LUMBERTON — The Robeson County Board of Elections is seeking poll workers to help at understaffed polling sites during the Nov. 4 general election.
PEMBROKE — Women from across the nation are expected to turn out for the eighth annual Conference for American Indian Women of Proud Nations at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke on Friday.
BLADENBORO — The death of a 17-year-old West Bladen High student on Aug. 29 is being investigated jointly by the Bladenboro Police Department and State Bureau of Investigation.
PEMBROKE — This year's freshman class at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke is the third largest in the college's history, according to an announcement by Chancellor Kyle R. Carter.
LUMBERTON — Three days of equestrian entertainment begin tonight at the Southeastern North Carolina Agricultural Events Center.
LUMBERTON — Mickey Meekins, a Democrat running for the District 6 seat on the Robeson County Board of Commissioners, calls it a “misunderstanding.” Robeson County Republicans are calling it a “disregard” for election laws...
PEMBROKE — Incumbent McDuffie Cummings, the retired longtime Pembroke town manager, was the only person to file Wednesday for Lumbee Tribal Council.
LUMBERTON — After months of living with 4 percent kidney function, Lumberton police Sgt. Shawn Byrd is hoping a transplant is on the horizon.
RALEIGH — Hundreds of ballots that didn't count during the May primary can be attributed to two changes made last year to the state's voting laws now being challenged in court, a watchdog group said Wednesday.
RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina State University plans to sell most of the Hoffman Forest to a company that specializes in sustainable timber management.
LUMBERTON — A teenager and a man already in jail on murder charges are among three people who were charged this week with robbing and attempting to kill a Lumberton man earlier this year.
PEMBROKE — An incumbent filed Tuesday to keep his seat on the 21-member Lumbee Tribal Council.Walter Lowery filed for the District 12 seat that represents Scotland County, Maxton and Alfordsville.
LUMBERTON — After the school district's chief finance officer spoke out strongly in favor of the company overseeing the Public Schools of Robeson County's employee benefit programs, the school board on Tuesday voted to continue using...
LUMBERTON — A 21-year-old woman who was found dead in her Lumberton home this weekend was beaten to death, according to Robeson County Sheriff Kenneth Sealey.
LUMBERTON — The latest installment of SNIP, a twice-a-year program that prevents strays and reduces the number of animals facing euthanization at the county pound, is off to a good start.
ROWLAND — The Rowland Board of Commissioners on Tuesday discussed obtaining a Community Development Block Grant to finish a sewer project that began more than a decade ago.
RALEIGH (AP) — A federal appeals court decided Tuesday to hasten arguments in a case challenging a tough, new North Carolina voting law that critics say will suppress minority voter turnout in November.