Bill limits liability for smelly livestock operations
Speed cited as factor in deadly accident
Man charged with robbing Red Spring jewelry store
Cantey: ‘Our citizens have to come first’
Pierce wants NC study on homelessness
- Bill limits liability for smelly livestock operations - 3:09 pm
- Robeson could see up to 8 inches of rain through Tuesday; flood watch in effect - 1:35 pm
- Speed cited as factor in deadly accident - 10:51 am updated: 10:18 am.
- Man charged with robbing Red Spring jewelry store - 10:39 am updated: 10:52 am.
- Freeman to attend economics institute - 6:33 pm
- Wild mustangs look for home - 6:01 pm
- Cantey: ‘Our citizens have to come first’ - 5:32 pm
- Pierce wants NC study on homelessness - 3:33 pm
- Warning issued for black bears - 3:14 pm
- Hash browns could contain golf ball chunks - 3:09 pm
- NC’s long summer vacation being challenged - 3:06 pm
- Volunteers key to the success at 4-H - 9:04 am
- SC judge to deliver keynote addresses at UNCP - 8:51 am
- Bill steps up traffic-stop training - 8:19 am
- Traffic stop leads to drug arrest - 7:15 pm
- Teen accused of tossing drugs over jail wall - 6:44 pm
- Four more arrested in alleged drug ring - 6:26 pm
- Robotics plant to add 275 jobs - 5:18 pm
- Audit finds 5oo cases of illegal votes in NC - 5:13 pm
- Cooper vetoes two Republican-led bills - 5:00 pm
- Police seek help with armed robberies - 8:45 am
- Bill allows local governments to publish notices only on websites - 8:37 am
- No ID’s yet for bodies - 8:35 am
- Benefit ride Saturday for ailing child - 7:37 am
- Day of Prayer is May 4 - 7:14 am
Hash browns could contain golf ball chunks
MATTHEWS(AP) — A food company is recalling frozen hash browns from stores in nine states because the potatoes may have pieces of golf balls in t...
NC’s long summer vacation being challenged
RALEIGH — Some folks can’t get enough of summer. Others see it as a problem that needs fixing.For more than a dozen years, North Carolina ...
Volunteers key to the success at 4-H
Ready for something that sounds impressive? In 2016, adult 4-H volunteers gave 3,066 hours of their time to the Robeson County 4-H Program. When you r...
SC judge to deliver keynote addresses at UNCP
PEMBROKE — Judge James Lockemy, a UNCP alumnus, will serve as the keynote speaker for The University of North Carolina at Pembroke during the sp...
Bill steps up traffic-stop training
LUMBERTON — A bill sponsored by state Rep. Charles Graham that aims to have law enforcement personnel in North Carolina better prepared to handl...
Traffic stop leads to drug arrest
LUMBERTON — A 27-year-old Shannon man faces trafficking charges after drugs were found in his vehicle on Wednesdsay following a traffic check by...
McGirt misses 54-hole cut, finishes 5 under
LA QUINTA, Calif. — Jason Dufner had a good feeling when he made the turn Saturday at La Quinta Country Club in the third round of the CareerBui...
Playing with an edge
RED SPRINGS — Whether he’s snatching rebounds, diving on loose balls, or powering his way to the basket, Eric Graham is relentless on the ...
Fairmont boys stay perfect, Lady Mustangs bounce back
Williams posts double-double as Fairmont boys stay perfectBehind a double-double from Alshaquan Williams, the Fairmont boys basketball team claimed an...
UNC beats Wake despite poor shooting
CHAPEL HILL — North Carolina got away with Marcus Paige having one of his lowest-scoring games because Brice Johnson came through with one of hi...
Pirates, Rams win wrestling events
LUMBERTON — Robeson County had all three of its wrestling teams in action on Wednesday night, with Lumberton and Purnell Swett earning top honor...
Rising to the occasion
ROWLAND — With his team facing a deficit heading into the fourth quarter, Red Springs coach Steve Sinclair pulled his starting guards to the sid...
Stephen Ivey and Betty Ivey, of Fairmont, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Laura Ann Ivey, to David Anthony Alexand...
Charlie and Kathleen Steele, of Myrtle Beach, S.C, and Patrick and Sherri Prevatte, of Holden Beach, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage ...
Iconic ‘Strike at the Wind!’ to return to UNCP stage
PEMBROKE — Tickets are now on sale for “Strike at the Wind!”, the story of Lumbee hero Henry Berrie Lowry that will be resurrected a...
Lewis sand Joyce Bruce celebrate 62 years of marriage
Lewis E. Bruce Jr. and Laura Joyce Simpson Bruce of Lumberton celebrated 62 years of marriage on Saturday. They married on April 15, 1955 in San Franc...
Art exhibition featuring UNC Pembroke students’ work begins Thursday
PEMBROKE — An art exhibition featuring work by students at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke will be on display Thursday to May 5.The...
Garden workshop is Saturday
LUMBERTON — Registration continues through Wednesday for a gardening workshop to be held Saturday.Brie Arthur will present “The Foodscape ...
It could be another good year for growth
Robeson County made national news for increasing jobs. Please reread that line again.According to Site Selection magazine, Lumberton ranked ninth in t...
Between flood, late freeze, plants may be stressed
Hurricane Matthew’s ravaging waters hit Robeson County residents hard just a few short months ago. Slowly, we are starting to rebuild the floode...
Parker earns RE/MAX award
LUMBERTON — Deborah Parker, an agent with RE/MAX Real Estate Exchange, for the third straight year has earned the company’s Executive Club...
Cooper to speak at Committee of 100 event
LUMBERTON — Gov. Roy Cooper will be the featured speaker when the Robeson County Committee of 100 holds it annual meeting on April 11 at the Sou...
One Million Cups gathers Wednesday at RCC
LUMBERTON — The next meeting of One Million Cups will be held Wednesday from 8 to 9 a.m. at Robeson Community College.The meeting will be held i...