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.
RALEIGH — State Rep. Ken Goodman's Main Street Democrats Caucus has a new online home.
LAURINBURG — A fragrant profusion of fresh-cut flowers by the bucketful in the driveway of Carol Whitehead's home on Woodpecker Lane attested to the fact that, for the last few days, nary a bloom or blossom has been safe from the busy...
PEMBROKE — A portrait of Dr. Charles Jenkins was unveiled Friday morning at a reception with The University of North Carolina at Pembroke's Board of Trustees, faculty and administrators.
LAURINBURG — The city's 8,000 electric customers are promised a decrease in rates by early 2016, after a Duke Energy Progress purchase of assets from the N.C. Eastern Municipal Power Agency is finalized later this...
LAURINBURG — Serving a unique assortment of sushi and sashimi, hibachi and teriyaki dishes and other Asian specialties since late 2012, Miyako Japanese Cuisine was named the best restaurant in Scotland County last week by Charleston Food...
RALEIGH — State Rep. Garland E. Pierce wants a North Carolina veterans' agency led by a cabinet-level secretary and a law to ensure military experience can be used to qualify vets for civilian jobs in law enforcement and emergency medical...
LAURINBURG — To further consider school closure and redistricting proposals, the Scotland County Board of Education will reconvene on Sunday.
LAURINBURG – The 19th annual Image Awards Banquet, sponsored by the Scotland County NAACP Youth Council, is set for 5 p.m. next Saturday, April 25, at The Clinton Inn.
People can do some crazy things when certain people are taken out of their lives.
LAURINBURG — Although gold, silver, and bronze medals will be awarded to the day's top performers, for the 145 students participating in next week's Special Olympics, finishing will itself be more rewarding than any trophy.
LAURINBURG – Ninety-nine years have bent her body a mite, but time has neither bowed nor broken the spirit of Mildred McCall, the daughter of a Gibson grocer who spent decades as a flower shop owner and Methodist church organist in Laurel Hill...
LAURINBURG — Dedicating the chain's annual Month of Giving to Scotland Cancer Treatment Center, the Laurinburg and Pembroke Jersey Mike's Subs locations raised more last month than they did in the 2013 and 2014 events...
A film that recently won the Audience Award for a U.S. Documentary at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival will be screened on Tuesday, May 5, in the Morgan Center at Scotia Village, 2200 Elm Ave.
LAURINBURG — Threatening weather failed to daunt the spirits or generosity of hundreds of local golfers and their supporters who turned out Wednesday for the last of a two-day tournament to benefit the Hospice of Scotland County.
LAURINBURG — The deadline for application to Scotland County Schools' 2015-2016 pre-kindergarten program is April 30.
LAURINBURG — Citing the county's poor public health ranking and a lack of money for building new recreational facilities, Scotland County Parks and Recreation is seeking an amendment to its joint-use agreement with the local school board...
LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Democratic Party is inviting the public to its annual county convention at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Scotland County Courthouse.
LAURINBURG — The space in a West Boulevard strip mall formerly occupied by Winn-Dixie will be home to two stores by fall.
LAURINBURG — At 16, 17, and 18, high school students expected to begin charting the course of their lives had a look at the options open to them during a “transition fair” on Wednesday at St. Andrews University.
PEMBROKE — Chemistry professor Sivanadane (Siva) Mandjiny has been named The University of North Carolina at Pembroke's recipient of the UNC Board of Governors 2015 Award for Excellence in Teaching.
LAURINBURG — Reviewing the progress of its current year's budget on Tuesday, the Laurinburg City Council discussed a different method of formulating budgets in the future.
LAURINBURG — As Carver Middle School students and staff struggle to cope with Saturday's unexpected death of 24-year-old teacher Justin Baldwin, those who worked closely with him remember a passionate educator whose zany sense of humor...
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