PEMBROKE — Approximately 220 cats and dogs were spayed or neutered at a discount price at six area animal hospitals during the Robeson County Veterinary Medical Association's biannual SNIP program, marking a decrease from the 397 animals...
PEMBROKE — An online publication has named The University of North Carolina at Pembroke the most diverse graduate school in the South.
LUMBERTON — The Public Schools of Robeson County's Board of Education approved the purchase of $259,000 worth of lights for the Fairmont High School football field during a special meeting on Monday.
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 — 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.
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.
RED SPRINGS — American Indian farmers in Robeson County are invited to attend workshops to discuss how to handle unclaimed money from a class-action lawsuit against the United States Department of Agriculture.
LUMBERTON — The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles will close its Lumberton license plate agency on Tuesday and Wednesday for customer service training.
RED SPRINGS — The town of Red Springs voted Tuesday night to create its own Inspections Department.
PEMBROKE — The Pembroke Town Council on Tuesday approved a site plan from Bojangles Restaurants Inc.The fried chicken company wants to open a location next to Pizza Hut on West Third Street.
LUMBERTON — After being bitten and severely injured while attempting to administer a rabies shot to a pit bull at the White House Fire Department on Thursday, Dr. David Brooks, bleeding from his mouth, kept on working, treating two other dogs...
LUMBERTON — More than 3,000 bargain hunters flocked downtown on Monday looking for a good deal as Revitalize Downtown Lumberton held its 20th annual Labor Day yard sale.
LUMBERTON — Robeson County's tourism industry generated a record $127 million in 2013, according to a recent study prepared for the North Carolina Department of Commerce's Division of Tourism, Film and Sports Development...
LUMBERTON — Veterinarians across Robeson County will offer discounted spay and neuter services from Tuesday until Sept. 13 in an effort to prevent strays and reduce the number of animals that have to be take to the county pound and often have to...
LUMBERTON — The Rediscover Downtown Lumberton group will hold its 20th annual Labor Day yard sale in the plaza in downtown Lumberton on Monday.
LUMBERTON — Dorris Brayboy was grateful for a discounted rabies shot for Lady.“It's really helped me financially because I have so many dogs,” said Brayboy, who lives in Pembroke.