HAMLET — Those who have not obtained a high school diploma will be offered a free opportunity, starting Monday and ending Oct. 3, to see if they possess the knowledge to obtain a GED.
PEMBROKE — The Givens Performing Arts Center presents the National Acrobats of the Peoples Republic of China on Oct.13 at 7:30 p.m. Known for their colorful costumes and breathtaking acrobatics, the company returns with a production of new...
LAURINBURG — Dr. William L. Harris, an interventional cardiologist, board certified in cardiovascular diseases, and a member of FirstHealth Cardiology Services, now offers office hours in Laurinburg and Pembroke.
It was not just Scotland High School and Scotland County that turned out Friday night, Sept. 5, to welcome injured Jaylend Ratliff back home, but by the appearance of the numerous television cameras and news journalists, the central part of North and...
LAURINBURG — Fronie E. Jackson, a Funeral Service Licensee with McDougald Funeral Home and Crematorium, recently earned her Certified Crematory Operator designation from the National Funeral Directors Association.
HAMLET — Willa Spivey begins a second term serving on Richmond Community College's Board of Trustees this month after being reappointed by the Richmond County School Board.
LAURINBURG — The leaders of four educational institutions reflected on their recent successes and respective roles in the community on Friday during a “state of education” summit held by the Laurinburg-Scotland County Area Chamber of...
PEMBROKE — Services that have been offered for years to Lumbee veterans through the Lumbee Tribal Government can no longer be funded by federal money provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
ROCKINGHAM — A bank has taken control of the Rockingham Speedway as foreclosure proceedings against the owners work their way through the court system.
LAURINBURG — Though members of the audience were only half the required voting age, state Rep. Garland Pierce told two classes of North Laurinburg Elementary School students on Friday that their ideas matter, and that it's never too early...
LAURINBURG — Every Wednesday night from 7-9 p.m. on the St. Andrews University campus, students gather for study tips and mentoring in their science classes from members of Tri Beta and Psi Chi.
WAGRAM — Jim McClanathan believes in karma.
LAURINBURG — Hoisting signs and banners and carrying flags, hundreds are expected to gather in downtown Laurinburg Saturday before marching from where Church and Main streets meet to Scotland High School, singing and praying the whole...
RALEIGH — Two men recently freed from prison after 30 years have applied for pardons of innocence from Gov. Pat McCrory.
PEMBROKE — Four candidates filed for the Lumbee Tribal Council last Friday, the final day of the three-week filing period.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The former prosecutor who originally tried two men recently freed by DNA evidence after 30 years in prison says Gov. Pat McCrory would be a “damn fool” to consider pardoning them.
PEMBROKE — An online publication recently named The University of North Carolina at Pembroke the most diverse graduate school in the South.
LAURINBURG — An upcoming pair of open house events at the Scotland Community Health Clinic will also serve as an opportunity for locals to receive flu shots free of charge.
LAURINBURG — Following the success of last year's inaugural State of Education breakfast, the Laurinburg/Scotland County Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a repeat performance on Friday.
HAMLET — Richmond Community College has entered a partnership with Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute to offer truck driver training this fall.
LAURINBURG – Hospice of Scotland County honored its past and present medical directors Tuesday with the dedication of a portrait wall at its Lauchwood Drive headquarters.
LAURINBURG –Fees for some vaccinations and water testing will be increased, the Scotland County Board of Health decided at its monthly meeting.
LAURINBURG — The Bridge-at-the-Village club met Monday under the direction of Brian Potter.
WAGRAM – Rain drizzled, but the wine poured; the band sizzled and the dancers roared, as a steady stream of visitors ignored the humidity to engage in frivolity at Saturday's 10th Annual Fall Harvest Festival at Cypress Bend...
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