LAURINBURG — The Transfer Station at the Scotland County Landfill will be closed for repairs from Nov. 4-7.
LAURINBURG – If you are a registered voter and the Scotland County Board of Elections did not receive your request for an absentee ballot by 5 p.m. yesterday, you must show up to vote on Election Day, Nov. 4, for your vote to count.
WAGRAM — Just as the multitudes at Bethsaida were fed with a few loaves and fishes, Delores G. Alston and her friends are getting ready to feed the modern multitudes their 28th consecutive free Thanksgiving...
LAURINBURG — A Laurinburg teenager was arrested early Tuesday after shots were fired on Washington Street, according to Laurinburg police.
HAMLET — Richmond Community College has signed an agreement with Sealed Air of Rockingham to provide a customized training program for the company's employees.
LAURINBURG — Seats are filling quickly for Scotland Memorial Foundation's 21st Annual Putting on the Ritz: A Gala of Giving fundraiser on Saturday.
LAURINBURG — After nearly six years working behind the scenes to recruit industry, Scotland County's first economic developer will next month vacate the position he helped to define.
LAURINBURG — Along with more than 20,000 pieces of candy, hundreds of volunteers at Thursday's Halloween in the Park will dole out to young ghouls and goblins a dose of spooky, but never scary, fall entertainment.
LAURINBURG — Two men were arrested and one woman cited when handguns were found in their vehicles during a checkpoint on U.S. 401 near Lake Drive this weekend, according to the Laurinburg Police Department.
LAURINBURG — A Scotland High School psychologist said in a speech Monday night that the campus needs “increased security… including metal detectors,'' referring to a school shooting Friday in Marysville, Washington, in...
LAURINBURG — The tally of early voters in Scotland County has grown to more than 2,000, but the seeming rush seen by elections officials on the day the polls opened has dwindled.
LAURINBURG — Among the volunteers gathered at Scotia Village on Saturday morning to bag imperishable food for the needy were St. Andrews University students who, knowing their home countries may be among the recipients of the aid, were inspired...
LAURINBURG — Pat Phillips has joined Scotland Health Care System as the new Senior Vice President of Operations.
LAURINBURG — An effort is underway in the Scotland County area to identify young people up to the age of 21 who have disabilities and need special education and related services.
HAMLET — The Small Business Center of Richmond Community College will be hosting a free three-day workshop this week, with seminars scheduled from 6-9 p.m. today through Thursday.
It had been 40 years ago on October 10, but it is a day forever branded in my consciousness. At that time I was a student at a mortuary college in Atlanta, whilst working and living in an apartment at a funeral home in Decatur.
LAURINBURG — The pleasing aroma of hotcakes on a griddle rolled out of the Laurinburg National Guard Armory after work Friday, drawing a happy, hungry crowd as the local Kiwanis Club kicked off its annual pancake feast to benefit students and...
Not that long ago, Ebola seemed a world away.Ebola — the sound of the word spoken hints at something foreign and terrifying — was not considered by the average American to be an American problem.
MAXTON — A representative for the state Department of Transportation told Maxton officials on Tuesday night about options to improve the safety of three intersections where roadways cross CSX train tracks.
PEMBROKE — A U.S. Small Business Administration certification granted last week to a company owned by the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina has the potential to lead to countless new jobs being injected into Robeson County's and nearby...
SOUTHERN PINES — Two Laurel Hill men are each facing 40 felony charges in the thefts of utility trailers in Moore County following a multi-agency investigation, according to the Southern Pines Police Department.
An annual tradition since 1934, Harvest Day, or “in-gathering,” at St. John United Methodist Church is on tap Thursday. Hours are from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Now when we look in the 11th chapter of the book of Hebrews we are looking into what we call the “faith” chapter of The Bible; and as we read this chapter of The Bible it will increase our faith, as we will see many people who had to walk...
LAURINBURG — Though North Carolina's election laws have this year been caught in a political tug-of-war this year, local officials don't foresee any issues arising as early voting gets underway.
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