LAURINBURG — Lumbee River EMC will celebrate National Electrical Safety Month with the second annual fourth grade billboard contest. Four winners were selected from more than 200 entries from area schools in Robeson, Hoke, Cumberland and...
HAMLET — Richmond Community College will welcome representatives from North Carolina State University to campus Thursday to provide college admissions tips to local students.
LAURINBURG — Scotland Christian Academy recently announced the honor roll for the third nine weeks.Kindergarten:
FAYETTEVILLE — Fayetteville State University recently announced students named to the Chancellor's List.
NEW YORK — Brody Cole, a second-grader at Laurel Hill Elementary School, has been selected from hundreds of entries as a Scholastic Reading Club Star Reader.
LAUREL HILL — The Department of Homeland Security is investigating an April 17 incident in Laurel Hill in which two men were stopped on U.S. 74 and found to be carrying $21,000 cash in their vehicle, according to sheriff's Capt. Mitch...
ROCKINGHAM — “To me it was audible. God said, 'Feed the children.'”
LAURINBURG — A Laurinburg man was charged with more than a dozen felonies on Thursday after a vehicle stop revealed a hoard of controlled substances, according to police.
LAURINBURG — Just a few weeks into the job, and technically the first to hold it, Teddy Warner is defining the city of Laurinburg's community development director post.
LAURINBURG — A Laurinburg man who allegedly caused a head-on collision on Wednesday that killed a 68-year old has been charged with driving while impaired, according to jail records.
LAURINBURG — A Scotland County church on Sunday will have a service to honor Laurinburg police, followed by a collection to help fund the purchase of body cameras for the city's officers.
LAURINBURG — Some 200 people crowded the auditorium at I. Ellis Johnson Elementary School on Thursday evening for a selection of treats both edible and auditory.
LAURINBURG — Scotland County's needy were blessed Thursday by the generosity of the St. Mary Catholic Church of Laurinburg and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Raleigh, when a check was presented to Church Community Services, a nonprofit...
LAURINBURG — High-schoolers who need a prom dress can pick one up today and Saturday, courtesy of the A.R.K. Program of Lighthouse Nation.
“Repent” is a religious word I've heard most of my life, and to this day, it still makes the hair on the back of my neck stand with fright. As a child, I heard the call to repent burst from the lips of many a revival...
First Presbyterian Church in Maxton is losing its music director.
Cheer up, my brother, and take new courage; take your sledgehammer and bust another rock.
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LAURINBURG — Hospice of Scotland County will host its second annual Motherless Daughters Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on May 9 at the Dulin Conference Center, located on the Scotland Memorial Hospital campus in...
LAURINBURG — A 52-year-old Laurinburg man has been charged with taking indecent liberties with a 6-year-old child, according to Laurinburg police.
LAURINBURG — The Laurinburg/Scotland County Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking applications for its role of executive director, following Tonia Stephenson's recent and sudden departure.
RALEIGH — State Sen. Tom McInnis' bill to boost penalties for drivers who pass stopped school buses could soon be on its way to the House.
LAURINBURG – Native son Terry Sanford, who became a North Carolina governor and U.S. senator, also serving as president of Duke University, was the kind of extraordinary man who left many legacies in many places.
LAURINBURG — Those passing the downtown storefront at 117 South Main Street, the longtime home of Brenda's Florist, will notice a different kind of eye-catching display in the front window.
LAUREL HILL — After the school bell rang on Wednesday, more than 50 students and teachers converged on a 30-by-40 foot plot behind Laurel Hill Elementary School to do their part for the planet.
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