PEMBROKE — Canadian fiddle players Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy first crossed paths as teenagers. They reconnected after their careers in Celtic music took off, got married and had six children.
ST. PAULS — A safe haven for sightless felines was recently awarded $50,000 from a Kentucky bourbon company.
LUMBERTON — The Friends of the Lumber River State Park — already 124 members strong — recently held its first membership meeting at O.P. Owens Agricultural Center in Lumberton.
ST. PAULS — St. Pauls native Victoria Huggins has added a local title to her long list of statewide pageant wins.
LUMBERTON — This week a group of budding actors from across the Public Schools of Robeson County will tackle Louisa May Alcott's timeless coming-of-age story, “Little Women.”
LUMBERTON — There's a unique challenge in telling Jackie Robinson's story to children.
ST. PAULS — The Town Hall for St. Pauls was packed on Thursday with residents, many of whom were not happy with the news that Sanderson Farms would locate a plant near the town. But town officials defended their decision to offer the plant...
LUMBERTON — According to Sandra and Stan Posner, the key to a successful road trip is taking time out to explore the scenery along the way.
LUMBERTON — Local animal lovers have crowned Elsa the most adorable critter in Robeson County.
PEMBROKE — The 1491s, an American Indian comedy group, will perform at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke in the Givens Performing Arts Center as part of the college's Native American Speakers Series.
ST. PAULS — A Downtown Night Out event will be held from 4 to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday in St. Pauls.
PEMBROKE — The North Carolina Symphony will return to The University of North Carolina at Pembroke on March 21 with a concert at the Givens Performing Arts Center. The classical program will be conducted by Grant Lwelellyn and will begin at 8...