LUMBERTON — Robeson County residents are living longer and have more access to exercise facilities and doctors, according to the 2015 County Health Rankings.
LUMBERTON — The stepmother of Sara Graham, a Fairmont teenager missing since Feb. 4, has been fired from her position as Robeson County sheriff's detective.
PARKTON — Robeson County authorities are looking for two men they believe shot and killed a Parkton man early this morning. The men are considered armed and dangerous.
LUMBERTON — When he woke up Thursday morning, James McGirt said he had a feeling he was going to win the car being raffled off later in the day as a fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of Lumberton/Robeson County.
RALEIGH — The state Senate acted swiftly to pass on final reading Thursday a bill that could lead to lower electric bills in Lumberton and Red Springs and boost economic development throughout Eastern North Carolina.
RED SPRINGS — Flora Macdonald Academy has changed its name to Highlander Academy.
RED SPRINGS — Red Springs Presbyterian Church will begin its Holy Week celebration on Sunday with a Passion/Palm Sunday worship service at 11 a.m., followed by an Easter Eggstravaganza event for children at 3 p.m.
RALEIGH — The state Senate is expected to pass on final reading today a bill that could lead to lower electric bills in Lumberton and Red Springs as early as this fall, as well as boost economic development throughout Eastern North...
SADDLETREE — As part of its first birthday, the United Saddletree Community Center on Wednesday cooked up a meal for local residents who had celebrated 55 of them or more.
LUMBERTON — Robeson County Commissioner Berlester Campbell is living up to his campaign promise to donate his $700 monthly travel stipend to the community.
ST. PAULS — Organizers of St. Pauls' Community Garden say the project should be ready to kick off in about two weeks.
RED SPRINGS — Two women returned to the Humble Bakery, a new pastry shop in Red Springs, last week to grab something on the way to work.
RALEIGH — State Sen. Jane Smith is taking a wait-and-see attitude toward legislation that aims to take sales tax money away from urban areas and send it to rural areas.
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RED SPRINGS — The creation of a local commission may be the best way to restart Red Springs' efforts to preserve its historic properties, state officials told residents Monday night.
LUMBERTON — Franny's Friends will hold a pet adoption from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Tractor Supply on Lackey Street in Lumberton.
RED SPRINGS — Police are looking for culprits in two separate shootings that occurred during the weekend.
LUMBERTON — Dozens of people on Sunday gathered at the Robeson County History Museum each with one eye on the past, and the other fixed on the future.
LUMBERTON — Lumberton's Northeast Park could one day include an amphitheatre, splash pad and multi-sport field.
RED SPRINGS — County Commissioner Raymond Cummings, who represents District 5, will hold a public forum at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Burnt Swamp/Philadelphus Volunteer Fire Department. The department is located at 54 Fire Department Road in Red...
LUMBERTON — Sanderson Farms has identified a site on N.C. 41 just outside of the Lumberton city limits that could become the home of one of the poultry company's hatcheries.
MAXTON — Zeus whimpered as the flames moved closer.
LUMBERTON — A two-day retreat for commissioners in Wilmington earlier this month cost county taxpayers about $4,250.
LUMBERTON — Teenagers who go through Robeson County Teen Court are among the least likely in the country to break the law again, according to the organization's interim executive director.
LUMBERTON — Lumberton businessman Dick Taylor lost his bid Thursday to be re-elected to a second four-year term as a state House of Representatives appointee to the University of North Carolina's Board of Governors.
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