PEMBROKE — This time, Mother Nature appears to be cooperating.
LUMBERTON — Newsweek magazine recently named Robeson County's Early College High School a top school for poor students.
LUMBERTON — Following several days of rainfall, Robeson County residents can put away their umbrellas — for the weekend, at least.
LUMBERTON — The flames from a fire in downtown Lumberton appeared to have died out by about 2:30 p.m. today, though the plaza area and Second Street are still closed off to motorists. Firefighters remain on the scene and a thick cloud of smoke...
LUMBERTON — Southeastern Academy has received high marks from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction for academic performance following its inaugural year as a charter school.
PEMBROKE — The 25th annual Pembroke Day celebration, which was scheduled for today, has been postponed until Oct. 1 because of the threat of rain.
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Transportation is accepting proposals for a program that provides funding for municipalities to develop projects such as bicycle routes.
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...
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.