Sealey unsure, others eyeing sheriff’s seat
Sanderson eyes Jan. 9 opening
A dog-gone fitting farewell
Funeral on Thursday for Pembroke police dog
Man charged with shooting girlfriend
- Sealey unsure, others eyeing sheriff’s seat - 8:56 am
- Schools’ Finance Committee meets Tuesday - 8:01 am
- 4 commissioners sworn in Monday - 1:10 pm
- SBI still mum on identities in police shooting - 1:07 pm
- Lip Sync Battle now set for May 11 - 12:37 pm
- Hearing Thursday on coal-ash permits - 9:37 am
- Maynor certified in immigration law - 8:11 am
- Sanderson eyes Jan. 9 opening - 5:44 pm updated: 6:38 pm.
- Two highway patrol honored for service - 5:17 pm
- FEMA needs volunteers to help with recovery - 1:54 pm
- A dog-gone fitting farewell - 9:21 am
- Tree-lightings tonight, parades Saturday - 8:31 am
- Church events - 6:53 am
- Local artist releases gospel CD - 6:51 am
- Choir marks 40th anniversary - 6:48 am
- View Story - 6:21 pm
- Accident kills St. Pauls man - 9:19 am
- DSS has help for energy bill - 9:08 am
- Fairmont’s Christmas parade is Friday - 7:01 am
- View Story - 6:58 am
- Funeral on Thursday for Pembroke police dog - 2:01 pm
- No changes as local election results certified - 7:45 am
- Pembroke rings in Christmas Thursday - 6:56 am
- Man charged with shooting girlfriend - 6:52 am
- 2 Tribal Council incumbents ousted in election - 11:02 pm
FEMA needs volunteers to help with recovery
LUMBERTON — As North Carolina continues to recover from Hurricane Matthew, the federal agency that is leading up efforts at that level is asking...
A dog-gone fitting farewell
PEMBROKE — A lone howl from the back of a police car set the tone as a cry for a fallen colleague Thursday as K9 Officer Payne of Pembroke Polic...
Tree-lightings tonight, parades Saturday
LUMBERTON — A Christma tree-lighting ceremony will be held tonight at the plaza in downtown Lumberton, and fun will follow for three more hours....
Special eventsFaith Tabernacle Christian Center, located at 3744 N.C. 20, St. Pauls, will conclude its anniversary conference tonight featuring the mi...
Local artist releases gospel CD
LUMBERTON — A local gospel singer has recorded a new compact disc and is anxious for it to send the message of Christ.Carlton Barber, a Lumberto...
Choir marks 40th anniversary
LUMBER BRIDGE — The Lumber Bridge Community Choir will celebrate its 40th anniversary on Sunday and Monday with two Christmas concerts.The first...
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...
McGirt off to best start of PGA Tour career
William McGirt is off to the best start of his PGA Tour career as he continues his sixth full season.Despite a lack of practice and time away from the...
Robeson County Schools postpone Friday basketball games
Jeff Fipps, Robeson County’s director of athletics, announced on Wednesday that all high school basketball games scheduled for Friday have been ...
Sons of the American Revolution
William Ronald “Pete” Bell, of St. Paulsm was sworn into the Sons of the American Revolution, Le Marquis de Lafayette Chapter on Nov. 3 at...
Brenda Pope, left, immediate past President of the Robeson County Republican Women’s Club, received a Tribute to Women award from Zan Bunn, righ...
Smell the Revolution: Rum-scented mug among museum’s items
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — History buffs will be able to peer into the eyes of a “most excellent likeness” of George Washington and get an ...
‘They’re a lot like us’: Program pairs inmates, wild horses
ELK GROVE, Calif. — Jail inmates and wild horses are helping each other learn to adapt through a California program aimed at preparing both for ...
‘Jurassic World’ comes alive at Philadelphia exhibit
PHILADELPHIA — Dinosaurs in museums tend to be of the fossilized variety, but a new exhibit in Philadelphia is bringing the creatures and their ...