RED SPRINGS — It is back to school for nearly 24,000 students across Robeson County, which means local roads will be jam-packed with cars, buses and pedestrians.
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RED SPRINGS — For the first home game of the season, the Red Springs football team is urging Red Devils fans to wear black.
RED SPRINGS — The first day of school was a breeze for Peterson Elementary Principal Melissa Flowers.She said she has her fingers crossed that the rest of the school year goes as well.
RED SPRINGS — It would take more than a brief rain storm to dampen the excitement of those attending this year's National Night Out event on Saturday.
RED SPRINGS — There's no escaping the ALS Association's Ice Bucket Challenge — that seemingly ubiquitous social media campaign during which people film themselves getting doused with ice-cold water to raise awareness for Lou...
LUMBERTON — New DNA evidence may give two men jailed as teenagers for the 1983 rape and murder of an 11-year-old Red Springs girl a shot at a new trial and freedom.
RALEIGH — The State Board of Elections on Thursday upheld the plan of the Robeson County Board of Elections to open two satellite early voting sites for the November General Election whiole nixing a site for Red Springs.
RED SPRINGS — The Hawkeye Indian Cultural Center recently received a $20,000 grant from the First Nations Development Institute of Longmont, Colo.
LUMBERTON — Mastaphalis Cuts and Styles in downtown Lumberton will offer free haircuts to students across Robeson County on Sunday as part of its 12th annual Back to School Haircut Bash.
ST. PAULS — A lot has changed in 20 years — hairstyles, technology and presidents.But what seems to have remained constant is designer Alexander Julian's willingness to help Robeson County.
RED SPRINGS —Red Springs officials say they are “ready to roll” as part of a monthly motorcade across Robeson County to promote the arts.
ST. PAULS — The gleaming antique and muscle cars on display at St. Pauls' monthly car show will get some competition next month from local singers and dancers.
The Red Springs Police Department crime reportsTammie Dial Jacobs reported a North Carolina registration plate was stolen from her vehicle on Fourth Avenue. The plate is valued at $28.
RED SPRINGS — Red Springs' National Night Out event will take place on Saturday.Organizers postponed National Night Out from earlier this month after rain threatened to wash out the crime-fighting event.
WAKULLA —A portion of N.C. 71 between Maxton and Red Springs is expected to be closed for one more week.
RED SPRINGS — Members of the Red Springs Small Towns Economic Prosperity Program, also known as STEP, plan to begin classes in October to help residents ace job interviews.
PARKTON — Traffic approaching a curved section of Davis Bridge Road was temporarily rerouted Thursday night as Parkton firefighters and state troopers worked to clear a mangled van and horse from the roadway.
ST. PAULS — The St. Pauls Board of Commissioners voted Thursday to apply for a state grant to make more than a half million dollars in improvements to the town's water and sewer systems.
PEMBROKE — It was 2012, and 21-year-old Charlie Jackson-Heeley was seated in a hospital.
LUMBERTON —A member of the Robeson County Board of Elections may ask the state to decide whether a request to include Red Springs as satellite early voting sites has merit.The Robeson County Board of...
LUMBERTON — Communities in Schools of Robeson County's 10th annual Stuff the Bus campaign is off to a solid start, according to Executive Director Dencie Lambdin — and anyone still hoping to donate school supplies has through Friday...
ST. PAULS — The town of St. Pauls will play host next month to other towns in the region that are also taking part in the North Carolina Small Towns Economic Prosperity Program.
The following area schools will hold open houses:Created For You Learning Academy will hold its open house Friday from 2 to 6 p.m. For information, call 910-843-9704.