LUMBERTON — The president of the Robeson County History Museum asked the Robeson County Board of Commissioners on Monday to provide the nonprofit with $15,000 in the county's fiscal budget that takes effect July 1.
LUMBERTON — Lumberton police are “actively working leads” in a shooting that killed one person and injured three others, including a 6-year-old, on Saturday morning, according to Capt. Terry Parker.
RALEIGH — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out a North Carolina court ruling that upheld Republican-drawn electoral districts for state and congressional lawmakers.
Sarah Willets | The Robesonian The Hagens boys, ages 2, 4 and 9, are all smiles as they enjoy an afternoon on the swings at Luther Britt Park in Lumberton, a weekly tradition for the family.
MAXTON — A Hoke County man was killed Monday evening when the pickup truck he was driving was pushed off of U.S. 74 West by a tractor-tractor trailer, according to the state Highway Patrol.
CHARLOTTE (AP) — PETA is giving its two cents to Food Lion, urging the supermarket chain to stop using live animals in its advertisements.
RALEIGH — As 800,000 past and present tobacco farmers or their heirs seek part of a $340 million reserve held by a much-shrunken tobacco marketing cooperative, North Carolina's Supreme Court was asked Monday to decide if the group is...
RALEIGH — Legislators on Monday supported both old and new ways for North Carolina appellate court judges to earn eight-year terms on the bench.
TheftsTeresa Moctezuma, of Baltimore Church Road, Fairmont, reported Sunday that her $100 cell phone was stolen at a home on Crandlemire Road in Lumberton, according to a police report.
PEMBROKE — A Pembroke police officer is the subject of an internal investigation following allegations that he used excessive force during an arrest.
ELIZABETHTOWN — A Bladen County man is cursing his thumbs after fingering himself as a drug dealer.
PEMBROKE — Robeson County's litter problem is not going to go away until people understand that it's everyone's responsibility to do their part to keep the environment clean and green, according to at least one county...
LUMBERTON — The Robeson County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing Monday on incentives for an industry planning to locate in the county.
LUMBERTON — The superintendent for the Public Schools of Robeson County cheered as he watched athletes with intellectual and physical disabilities sprint across the Alton G. Brooks Stadium at Lumberton High School on Friday.
LUMBERTON — State legislators will be present at a meeting Thursday of Robeson County residents wanting to get coal ash removed as soon as possible from the site of the former Weatherspoon coal generating plant in Lumberton. The plant, owned and...
LUMBERTON — An early morning shooting on Saturday killed one Lumberton man, seriously injured two others and also injured a 6-year-old, according to the Lumberton Police Department. No arrests have been made.
Toby is an approximately 1 to 3-year-old domestic short hair. He's a friendly guy who loves to have his head scratched. To see Tobyor the other animals, visit the Robeson County Animal Shelter at 255 Landfill Road in St. Pauls or visit the...
RED SPRINGS — A recently opened pet grooming service in Red Springs offers everything from traditional clippings to facials and hot oil treatments.The Posh Paws Pet Spa is owned and operated by Amber Saladine.
LUMBERTON — Sandra Oliver has spent 26 years raising money to give people who don't have much a little bit more.
RALEIGH — Four Democratic legislators who all represent part of Robeson County split their votes on Thursday on a bill that would honor the Rev. Billy Graham with a statue at the U.S. Capitol in Washington.
RALEIGH — Technology giant IBM's top North Carolina executive has told state lawmakers and Gov. Pat McCrory that the corporation strongly opposes proposed legislation supporters say protects religious convictions and opponents worry allows...
LUMBERTON — Drivers won't have full use of a new diverging diamond interchange at Exit 22 until mid-summer as the project's contractor is stuck in the slow lane.
TheftsStephen Williams reported Thursday that $3,000 worth of turnout gear belonging to the town of Fairmont was stolen from a truck at Walmart on Fayetteville Road in Lumberton, according to a police report.
Photo by James Bass | North Carolina Poet Laureate Shelby Stephenson reads during River Voices on Thursday. The storytelling showcase was the culmination of the Robeson County Arts Council's Arts Cruising series.
RALEIGH — State Rep. Charles Graham has filed a bill that would raise the age that a student could drop out of school from 16 to 18.
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