ST. PAULS — St. Pauls United Methodist Church will host its third annual barbecue plate sale on Friday.
Jacobs - DealMr. and Mrs. Teddy Jacobs, of Red Springs, announce the engagement of their daughter, Brittany Rena Jacobs, to Preston Dwight Deal, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Deal, of...
RED SPRINGS —The fourth graders at Peterson Elementary didn't know who the governor of North Carolina was. They were also stumped on the names of the two U.S. senators representing North Carolina.
RED SPRINGS — In a 10-year plan for expansions and improvements to the state highway system announced last week by Gov. Pat McCrory, no Red Springs projects are expected to take the forefront.
RED SPRINGS —Red Springs will begin free classes this week to give prospective job seekers “a leg up” in employment interviews.
RED SPRINGS — Not unlike a few people in Red Springs, Delores Jones got her first taste of live jazz during Saturday's Jazz in the Park.Jones said the experience left her hungry for more.
The Red Springs Police Department crime reportsEloise Locklear reported that someone damaged her Westgate Terrace Apartment. The report estimated the damage at $20.
RED SPRINGS A Red Springs man was arrested at a home on Huggins Road last week after residents filed complaints about drug activity at the home.
LUMBERTON — A man who shuffled out of the Sheriff's Office while in shackles on Friday night walked back inside the office today to surrender after three and half days on the lam.
The St. Pauls Police Department crime report
ST. PAULS — Police have arrested a Faison man that they say was trying to steal equipment from the construction site of the Walmart Neighborhood Market.
ST. PAULS —The St. Pauls Board of Commissioners voted in August to re-establish its Tourism Development Authority. Last week, the commissioners voted to provide the tourism board with the funding needed to carry out its mission.
RED SPRINGS — More than 100 alumnae of Vardell Hall returned to their old stomping grounds Saturday to celebrate the 5oth anniversary of the erstwhile, all-girls boarding school.
ST. PAULS — When Walmart first proposed bringing its Neighborhood Market to St. Pauls, the idea was met with skeptism and concern.
ST. PAULS — Organizers of a flash mob performance planned for November have put a video on social media to help participants learn the dance steps.
RED SPRINGS — Whether you plan to start a business or organize a charity to help others, there are often a number of legal issues to consider.
RED SPRINGS — A group of residents of the Philadelphus community has filed a lawsuit in Superior Court asking the courts to determine if the conditional-use permit held by Buie Lakes Plantation LLC to establish a sand-mining operation in a...
RED SPRINGS — It may not feel like it, but fall is just a few days away.Summer, which began on June 21, officially comes to an end on Monday — the day of the autumnal equinox.
SHANNON — Three people have been charged in a drug bust that netted marijuana plants and crack cocaine, according to a Robeson County Sheriff's Office narcotics agent.
Missy is a 7-year-old Lab mix female. If you are looking for a big loveable dog, then she might be right for you. Spaying is mandatory with adoption and is free to Robeson County residents. To see Missy or the other animals, visit the Robeson County...
LUMBERTON — More Robeson County students passed standardized tests in the 2013-2014 school year, but the public school system still lags behind statewide performance.
LUMBERTON — The latest installment of SNIP, a twice-a-year program that prevents strays and reduces the number of animals facing euthanization at the county pound, is off to a good start.
PARKTON — A blockage in a sewer line led to a wastewater spill in Parkton on Wednesday morning.
LUMBERTON — District Attorney Johnson Britt says the decision on whether or not to try a man implicated by new DNA evidence for the rape and murder of Sabrina Buie in 1983 will be left in part to the victim's survivors.
ST. PAULS — The new Walmart planned for St. Pauls will not to open for a few months, but the store is already hiring associates to work there.The retailer has opened a temporary hiring center at 115 S. Second St.