HAMLET — Bill Council, Richmond Community College's dean of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability, will be calling it a career at the end of January after 12 years at the college.
LAURINBURG — A boil-water advisory remains in effect for residents in the Johns Station and Stewartsville communities after service was restored Tuesday afternoon to about 200 homes and businesses in the southeastern section of Scotland County,...
ROCKINGHAM — State Rep. Ken Goodman will lead a dozen moderate Democrats in a new legislative caucus to push for pro-business policies and woo independent voters in swing districts.
LAURINBURG — An 18th-century oil portrait believed to be that of Scottish heroine and former North Carolina resident Flora MacDonald, purchased on an educated hunch by a Cuban-born collector in Florida, may be a find of artistic and historical...
LAURINBURG — A warning for homes and businesses in southeastern Scotland County to boil all water for drinking or food preparation until further notice was issued Tuesday as round-the-clock repairs continued on a 12-inch water main that ruptured...
LAURINBURG — A warning to boil drinking water due to possible contamination was issued Tuesday by public works officials for all residents of Scotland County Water District I South.
Denise Dunn, youth services librarian of Scotland Memorial Library, reads to preschool children at State Line Children's World on Monday. The reading is one of many activities planned at the school, and one of thousands planned across the United...
LAURINBURG — A Laurinburg resident and longtime educator who taught for more than a decade at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke died Friday following a short battle with cancer.
LUMBERTON — The Lumber River Council of Governments will present an arthritis management workshop next month for those interested in learning more about the condition.
LAURINBURG — Those who might have heard increased helicopter activity over their homes late at night can take comfort in the fact that such flights, while noisy, are helping to keep military pilots safe.
LAURINBURG — At Monday night's meeting of the Scotland County Republican Party, featured speaker Rebecca Riggs was lauded for her work as Sheriff Ralph Kersey's campaign manager — and applauded for her ongoing duties as...
LAURINBURG — The Richmond Community College Small Business Center will present a free workshop next week on developing articles of incorporation and bylaws for nonprofit organizations.
LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Sheriff's Office has sufficient funds to remain solvent for the remainder of the 2015 budget year, according to a report from county staff.
LAURINBURG — A 14- and 15-year-old were shot on Sunday after a meeting with another teenager to exchange a pair of shoes went wrong, according to Laurinburg police.
HAMLET — When 1st Sgt. Joheliah Wilson reported for duty Dec. 8, she already knew the lay of the land.
LAURINBURG — The first time Clarell Litchford walked the Scotia Village property 30 years ago, “it was all briars and pine thickets,'' she said Friday, marveling at the memory and the decades elapsed since she started working...
LAURINBURG – Nancy Winburn stared across the counter of her Cronly Street business Friday, toward the pile of twisted steel girders and brick rubble left where the Super Dollar Store burned late last year, and listed it as just one of the...
WALLACE, S.C. — Sheriff's deputies have charged three people in connection with the Wednesday killing of Daniel Quantin Grooms in a gunfight at a woman's home near the state line.
RAEFORD — Blue Springs-Hoke County Community Development Corporation Inc. is presenting a free workshop on home equity, home improvement and homeowner responsibility from 3-5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Hoke County Public Library.
LAURINBURG — Scotland Community Health Clinic is again offering the ”Living Healthy, Feel Better, Take Charge” Workshop, a six-week Chronic Disease Self-Management Course designed by Stanford University.
RALEIGH — More than 90 of the state's 115 local superintendents, including Scotland County Schools Superintendent Ron Hargrave, unveiled the “North Carolina Guide to Strengthening Our Public Schools” last week during a press...
In an exchange of emails, a retired Duke professor asked me, “What were they thinking?”He was referring to the Brodhead administration's decision to allow the Muslim call to prayer from the Duke Chapel bell tower.
We are living in the age of “upgrades.”
RALEIGH — As many as 4,000 households may be eligible for an energy makeover, courtesy of a new Duke Energy program now available across the state.
LAURINBURG — Today the U.S. Army Special Forces Command, working out of the Colonel James “Nick” Rowe Training Compound at Camp Mackall, launches the 41st Robin Sage graduation exercise for ambitious and highly motivated...
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