LAURINBURG — Scotland County Memorial Library is now offering eBooks from two new collections.
LAURINBURG — The Scottish Pilot Club of Laurinburg will be holding its annual Barbara Sasseen Memorial Golf Tournament on Sept. 25 at Deercroft Golf Club.
HAMLET — At its September meeting, the Richmond Community College Board of Trustees received a dose of good news about the college's associates degree nursing program.
LAURINBURG — Gravity Hill, the student literary journal at St. Andrews University, is inviting the Laurinburg community to submit work for possible publication in its 11th edition.
LAURINBURG — Scotland Memorial Hospital medical staff members don't usually make house calls. Friday was an exception, though, as they joined volunteers from Walgreens Drugs and Campbells' Soup Company for a different type of home...
LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Democratic Party has claimed its permanent headquarters.
LAURINBURG — The Young Entrepreneur Academy (YEA!) is having an information session for high school students, parents and educators on Sept.15 at 6:30 pm at the Chamber of Commerce office at 606 Atkinson St.
LAURINBURG — Special Forces candidates will participate in the Robin Sage training exercise in 15 North Carolina counties this month, including Scotland County.
ROCKINHAM — The DeWitt Performing Arts Series will feature two multi-platinum recording artists this season, as well as a Grammy-winning Broadway musical revue and many more attractions at the Robert L. and Elizabeth S. Cole Auditorium on the...
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The Old Testament Law contains 613 individual commandments. The majority of these are negative: “Thou shalt not” do such or so. These commandments prohibit activities ranging from coveting your neighbor's cow to wearing pants made...
LAURINBURG — Two St. Andrews University wrestlers have been charged with the rape of a fellow student during a party on campus last weekend.
LAURINBURG — Police are investigating a rape reported by an 18-year-old St. Andrews University student, according to Assistant Police Chief Cliff Sessoms.
WAGRAM — The Wagram Town Board approved a $200,000 contract bid Thursday night from a Laurinburg firm to build a new 2,400 square-foot nutrition center on McKay Street, and also voted to seek bids to expand the recreation center.
When we are at our worst, God is at his best!
It's a singing church.And last Sunday, the Lutheran congregation on South Main Street had reason to rattle the rafters and raise the roof.
LAURINBURG – In an ongoing effort to visibly commemorate past Laurinburg residents who have gone on to distinguished careers in the wider world, a new historical marker was unveiled Thursday honoring city native Edwin Maurice Gill.
LAURINBURG — Students at Scotland High School will be released early for the third time today due to an air conditioning malfunction discovered on Tuesday.
LAURINBURG — Laurinburg police have identified a man they believe is responsible for firing shots on Bizzell Street, one of which pierced a nearby home and struck a woman inside on the forehead.
PEMBROKE – A concert by Threefifty will start the 2014-15 season at UNC Pembroke's Givens Performing Arts Center on Sept. 12 at 8 p.m. Usually a duo act, Threefifty will include eight musicians for this special performance with guitars,...
EAST LAURINBURG – Citizens and town leaders discussed their options Tuesday night for stemming a rising tide of property crime in East Laurinburg, and heard from representatives of the Scotland County Sheriff's Department, but made no...
PEMBROKE — Southeastern North Carolina is expected to see a boom in economic economic growth as a result of a proposed 550-mile natural gas pipeline that will originate in Harrison County, W.Va., pass through Virginia, and end in Robeson County,...
LUMBERTON — Two men charged with the rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl in Red Springs have been freed after 31 years in prison.
LAURINBURG — Laurinburg police say they are working to identify a man they believe responsible for firing shots on North Gill Street, one of which pierced a nearby home and struck a woman inside on the forehead.
LUMBERTON — For Geraldine Brown, it comes as no surprise that after 30 years in prison, her brothers may soon walk free.