LAURINBURG – Although Scotland County voters were traditionally Democratic in their Election Day choices for Congress and the North Carolina General Assembly, the national political landscape was rocked by Tuesday's balloting, tremors that...
'Twas the night before Halloween and all through the park, every creature was stirring including the monsters, minions, princesses and heroes. Of course I am discussing Halloween in the Park. For the second year Parks and Recreation organized...
LAURINBURG — Whether for socializing, for fresh seafood, or simply for the entertainment value in observing the eating habits of those who could make a religion of consuming oysters, more than 400 people are expected to pack one of the covered...
LAURINBURG — Voters in North Carolina's eighth congressional district, which includes Scotland County, returned U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, a Republican, to Congress for another two-year term.
LAURINBURG — North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame Inductee Betty Adcock will be the featured reader at the St. Andrews University Writers' Forum Thursday.
LAURINBURG — Scotland County's most heated race in the General Election ended Tuesday night with a new sheriff claiming a win by a 238-vote margin.
MARSTON — A Marston man being held in the Wake County jail without bond on child pornography charges is facing an additional 22 counts each of second degree exploitation of a minor and third degree exploitation of a minor, this time...
LAURINBURG – Like Santa Claus just before Christmas, the Scotland County Board of Elections was busy checking and rechecking lists of precinct workers for today's general election. The county's 10 polling places open at 6:30 a.m. and...
LAURINBURG — Investigation of the cause of a weekend fire that destroyed the Super Dollar variety store on West Cronly Street continued on Monday.
LAURINBURG — Plastic toys and packaged snacks floated through the streets of downtown Laurinburg on Sunday in the runoff from fire hoses that pummeled out a catastrophic fire at the Super Dollar variety store on West Cronly Street.
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WAGRAM — Inspired by traditions at South Scotland and Laurel Hill elementary schools, the Parent-Teacher Organization of Wagram Primary this year held a pumpkin-decorating contest in the hopes of increasing parent involvement.
LAURINBURG — One day each year, the front door of Bradford Faulkenberry's medical practice becomes a portal to Walt Disney World — or near enough.
LAURINBURG — A generous donation by St. Andrews University alumnus and former trustee Curtis Leonard of Winston-Salem provided the necessary funding for a new information desk and reception area for the DeTamble Library.
LAURINBURG — Continuing a longstanding relationship, St. Andrews University participated in the Glaxo-Smith-Kline Women in Science scholarship and mentoring program Fall Forum in October.
MAXTON — Police are looking for information about a shooting on Thursday that has left a Maxton man in critical condition.
LAURINBURG — The flow of early voters and receipt of absentee ballots has dropped off slightly, but remained steady Friday afternoon as the Scotland County Board of Elections prepares for next week's general election on...
ROCKINGHAM — Fact-finding tours of fracking sites led Democratic state Sen. Gene McLaurin and Republican challenger Tom McInnis to stake out opposing territory on the controversial practice.
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SOUTHERN PINES — The O'Neal School's second annual student visitation day is again on Veterans Day, next Tuesday.
LAURINBURG — Scotland County Sheriff's deputies arrested five on Thursday morning on drug-related charges, seizing more than 80 grams of marijuana in the process.
LAURINBURG — In “an effort to increase accessibility'' by the public, one of the founders of Gryphon Group Security Systems spoke to the Laurinburg Optimist Club at its lunch meeting Thursday about its expanding role in...
LAURINBURG — This Sunday, St. Andrews University and Laurinburg Presbyterian Church will celebrate their longstanding relationship with the annual St. Andrews Sunday worship service.
LAURINBURG — As of April 19, just after the close of open enrollment this year, some 900 Scotland County residents had chosen a plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
LAURINBURG — The folks at the Lutheran Church of the Living Word,1925 S. Main St., are holding the church's 18th annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday.