TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. — Austin Carlyle, a 2013 Scotland High School graduate, met Ray Mabus, the United States Secretary of the Navy, at a recent event at the Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms,...
Hamlet — The 2014-15 DeWitt Performing Arts Series will kickoff on Tuesday with “Smokey Joe's Café,” the longest-running musical revue in Broadway history.
PEMBROKE — The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, its students, alumni and friends will celebrate “The Spirit of Pembroke” at Homecoming 2014 on Oct. 20-25.
HAMLET — Richmond Community College has delayed the start of its first truck driver training class until Nov. 3 with a mandatory orientation session set for Oct. 20.
PEMBROKE — Laurinburg native Kimberly Locklear has been promoted to director of the Purchasing Department at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
LAURINBURG — St. Andrews University's Theatre Program will present its fall production, An Impeccable Larceny, on Oct. 16-18 in the Morris Morgan Theatre.
LAURINBURG — At a time when physical education programs have suffered cuts nationwide, the staff of Covington Street Elementary School say a little extra exercise makes all the difference in the classroom.
HAMLET — Most business owners and prospective business owners know networking is essential to the success of any business. And yet, many fail to invest the time and energy to do it for a variety of reasons.
LAURINBURG — Former editor of Pembroke Magazine Shelby Stephenson will share some of his work Thursday at the St. Andrews University Writers' Forum.
LUMBERTON — Southeastern Community & Family Services, Inc. has launched a new internship program for college students. The agency piloted the program this past summer with two college students who were assigned to shadow under seasoned...
LAURINBURG — St. Andrews University is pleased to announce Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Tim Beach-Verhey.
RALEIGH — The St. Andrews University Ride Like A Knight recently participated in the state's Special Olympics Equestrian Tournament.
PEMBROKE — Kathaleena Edward Monds, a professor of business information systems at Albany State University's College of Business in Albany, Ga., will speak at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the...
LAURINBURG — Absent of a sports team to rally behind, students at Scotland Early College High School took the chance Tuesday to display a little pep of their own — and break a few rules in the process.