In the spiritual realm, a good name brings honor and glory to God.I hear folks say, “I don't care what anyone thinks about me!” Well, as believers, we should!
In my last column, I referenced unbelief as man's greatest crisis, beginning in the Garden of Eden where Adam and Eve believed the lie of Satan rather than God, who is truth. Their unbelief led to the spiritual death of all mankind. Without...
MAXTON — A Maxton woman and her boyfriend are facing drug charges after narcotics agents found marijuana, prescription pills and a liquor still in their home, according to the Robeson County Sheriff's Office Narcotics...
LAURINBURG — Robeson Health Care Corporation has partnered with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to offer the Veterans Choice Program, which should expedite appointments for primary, preventative and behavioral healthcare.
The Top Producer Award for 2014 was presented to Debbie Evans by Kevin Garnett, Officer of the Board of Realtors.
SOUTHERN PINES — An annual symposium hosted by Carolina Eye Associates of Southern Pines eary this month featured a musical and monetary tribute to a optometrist who spent several years practicing at the company's Laurinburg...
LAURINBURG — The Scotland Community Health Clinic is offering a series of free healthy lifestyle classes, called HEALTHyourself.The first class focuses on reducing risk factors for stroke and heart disease.
LAURINBURG —AT&T has launched its service for 60,000 former Alltel wireless customers in North Carolina.
LAURINBURG — The North Carolina Cooperative Extension's Administrative Professionals Association has scholarships available to students who want to pursue a career as an office professional.
LAURINBURG — Following an unannounced, on-site survey earlier this month, Scotland Health Care System has received The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval for Hospital Accreditation.
LAURINBURG — A 93-year-old house on East Vance Street has gotten a new lease on life over the last 18 months, courtesy of Scotland County Habitat for Humanity.On Wednesday, so did its new owner.
CARY — Gov. Pat McCrory said Wednesday he won't recommend that North Carolina expand Medicaid Coverage through the federal health care law until after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
LAURINBURG — The North Carolina Board of Funeral Service issued a disciplinary action against Jackson Funeral Home last week, placing both the funeral home and its proprietor Elouise Jackson under a one-year probation.
LAURINBURG — While crews worked to restore power to some 2,000 residents left in the dark for much of Tuesday after ice-laden tree branches toppled onto power lines, meteorologists were predicting what might be winter's second act of...
LAURINBURG — The regular meeting of the Scotland County Board of Health, set for 6:30 p.m. tonight, has been postponed until next Tuesday due to inclement weather.
LAURINBURG — The afternoon sun is warming county roads and melting ice on drooping trees, and Laurinburg residents who have been without power for more than 12 hours should soon be able to turn on the heat.
LAURINBURG — Due to Monday night's ice storm and road conditions that caused the closure of public schools and courts for the day, the Laurinburg City Council has cancelled its regular monthly meeting originally scheduled for 7 p.m.
LAURINBURG — More than 2,000 county residents are without power this morning as crews from Duke Energy assess the damage caused by freezing rain that left electrical lines and tree limbs heavy with ice.
LAURINBURG — County schools have been canceled for students and staff today and courts have been delayed, a result of weather conditions which began to deteriorate late Monday night.
LAURINBURG — North Laurinburg Elementary School recently held a celebration for students either named a “Shining Star” or to the school's honor roll. More than 50 students were honored.
LAURINBURG — After nearly a year, the end of Scotland Memorial Foundation's fundraising for the Scotland Mile Fit Trail is in sight.
LAURINBURG — Like most combat veterans returning to the civilian world after World War II, Sylvester DeBerry's life goals were basic: find a job, start a family and make a home. Having survived the war itself, and the wounds he suffered in...
LAURINBURG — The St. Andrews University Hunter Seat Team earned first place in Saturday's Intercollegiate Horse Show Association competition to win Region 3 by 51 points and earn a place in the Zone 4 Finals March 28 in Towson,...
HAMLET — Richmond Community College President Dale McInnis informed U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson of “federal issues” with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and the way it has worked — and not worked — for RCC...
LAURINBURG — Saturday's ninth annual HKonJ “Moral March on Raleigh” provided a Scotland High School junior and saxophone virtuoso with the largest audience of his life.