LAURINBURG — The Laurinburg/Scotland County Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking applications for its role of executive director, following Tonia Stephenson's recent and sudden departure.
RALEIGH — State Sen. Tom McInnis' bill to boost penalties for drivers who pass stopped school buses could soon be on its way to the House.
LAURINBURG – Native son Terry Sanford, who became a North Carolina governor and U.S. senator, also serving as president of Duke University, was the kind of extraordinary man who left many legacies in many places.
LAURINBURG — Those passing the downtown storefront at 117 South Main Street, the longtime home of Brenda's Florist, will notice a different kind of eye-catching display in the front window.
LAUREL HILL — After the school bell rang on Wednesday, more than 50 students and teachers converged on a 30-by-40 foot plot behind Laurel Hill Elementary School to do their part for the planet.
LAURINBURG — In a special meeting on Tuesday, the Scotland County Board of Elections combed through applications for the recently vacated position of assistant elections director.
WAGRAM — To take home the premier prize up for grabs at the annual Chalk Banks Challenge and River Festival, outdoor enthusiasts must engineer a raft to harness the power of the Lumber River's current and of any wind that may...
LAURINBURG – A preliminary search committee was appointed to find a new director of public health when the Scotland County Board of Health met Tuesday night.
LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Sheriff's Office has arrested a 50-year-old Laurinburg man who allegedly robbed a Park Drive resident of cash and jewelry last week.
HAMLET — Brent Lane isn't completely against economic development incentives — just those that don't work.
LAURINBURG — After three consecutive years of steady decrease, followed by a 30 percent increase in its current operating budget over fiscal year 2013-14, the Scotland County Health Department's proposed budget for 2015-16 will remain...
LAURINBURG — The Laurinburg City Council adopted two new planning measures on Tuesday, though one can only come to fruition through nearly $3 million in external funding.
LAURINBURG — “Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.”
MAXTON — After a year of study, discussions and public hearings, Maxton is no closer to deciding which one of three railroad crossings in town will be closed.
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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.
RALEIGH — Today's celebration of Clergy Day by the state legislature is being hosted by the North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus, chaired by state Rep Garland Pierce, of Wagram.Clergy Day...
RALEIGH — Scotland County's House representatives 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.
LAURINBURG — Though only one entity among the county's four 2015 Governor's Volunteer Service Award recipients is known to frequently pick up a hammer and nails, they are all responsible for constructing — in one way or another...
LAURINBURG — Like most kids, Melody Zerbini grew up with dogs and other pets. But few kids get to grow up with the likes of Sally and Addie, two camels who grazed on the clover and grass Monday afternoon at the James L. Morgan recreation Complex...
LAURINBURG — At the conclusion of a special meeting on Sunday, the Scotland County Board of Education initiated the formal process to close Pate-Gardner Elementary School for the 2015-2016 school year.
LAURINBURG — Calling the need for fundraising “a life-or-death situation,'' the Scotland County Democratic Party approved a mostly new slate of officers at its annual convention Saturday, a gathering of party faithful most...
GREENSBORO — Terrell McNair, grandson of Andrew and Shirley McNair of Laurinburg, was recently inducted into the Alpha Lambda Delta honor society at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro.
LAURINBURG — The president of the Laurinburg/Scotland County Area Chamber of Commerce has resigned from her post.