PEMBROKE — On Friday evening and Saturday morning, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke awarded 738 degrees.
LAURINBURG — Scotland Yard playground, otherwise known as “dragon park,” will be closed today and Wednesday for maintenance, according to the Scotland County Parks and Recreation Department.
ROCKINGHAM — Don't expect a stump speech for Roy Cooper's likely run for governor when North Carolina's four-term attorney general takes the podium Saturday.
LAUREL HILL — From face painting to playgrounds, collard sandwiches to camel rides, there was something for everyone at the 13th annual LaurelFest — and for Scotland County's first responders, a little something more.
LAURINBURG — After more than three months of discussion, on Monday the Scotland County Board of Education again tabled a vote on the closure of Pate-Gardner Elementary School, citing a desire for more information on the ramifications of that...
ROCKINGHAM — Squabbles between Republican lawmakers over tax incentives are costing North Carolina thousands of jobs and a $1 billion boost, state Rep. Ken Goodman says.
PEMBROKE — A Silver Alert has been issued for a missing Pembroke man who is believed to be suffering from cognitive impairment.
WAGRAM — Whether drawn by the prospect of victory in a boat race or by a simple desire to float under a tree canopy as the sun streams through onto the dark, glassy surface of the Lumber River, a few dozen water enthusiasts will pull into the...
LAURINBURG — While Scotland County's representatives in the N.C. General Assembly may have mixed views on the $400 million state budget surplus announced on Wednesday, they agree that there is no shortage of places where it might be well...
LAURINBURG — Scotland High School's JROTC cadets and proud teachers, parents and administrators gathered at the Clinton Inn on Friday night to celebrate student success and bid farewell to a longtime program instructor.
HAMLET — Sixteen Richmond Community College students enrolled in the Electric Utility Substation and Relay Technology program recently had the opportunity to vie for seven summer internship spots with Duke Energy.
EAST LAURINBURG — Partners in Ministry has received a $10,000 grant to enhance the community garden at its East Laurinburg campus by providing internships for local youth, who will eventually build and operate their own produce...
LAUREL HILL — Laurel Hill First Baptist Church recently held its third annual Golden Age Program, featuring special guests Elder James McKinnon of Another Chance Ministry in Lumberton and the church's choir.
PEMBROKE — Eric Hanby of Laurinburg was honored on April 30 at the annual Business Visions Awards Banquet as The University of North Carolina at Pembroke's top MBA student.
LAURINBURG — A healthy chorus of “Amen” echoed near the courthouse on Thursday as pastors and community members commemorated the National Day of Prayer by lifting up impassioned pleas for the nation, the state and their own...
LAURINBURG — A Scotland County Sheriff's major, who campaigned heavily for Sheriff Ralph Kersey during last year's election, has been dismissed.
LAURINBURG — The United Way of Scotland County celebrated a high watermark in its recent history on Thursday after raising more money in 2014 than it has in nearly a decade.
LAURINBURG — A Georgia grand jury has indicted two men on 10 charges, including murder and armed robbery, in the deaths of two Scotland County men whose bodies were found at the bottom of a well in March.
WAGRAM — In a brief regular meeting on Thursday, the Wagram Board of Commissioners approved the purchase of two computers as well as a contract for street maintenance.
Fervent prayers were delivered Thursday around the flag pole at the courthouse where a gathering of some 75 people came to mark the National Day of Prayer.
Now, I don't promote Satan or his kingdom; I don't lift him up and I don't give him any play — but I do want to help us put him in his place!
LAUREL HILL — State troopers are seeking the public's help to find the vehicle that struck a scooter Tuesday night, severely injuring two riders.
LAURINBURG — Though the months of uncertainty and schedule of medical procedures that follow a cancer diagnosis may not be a time that survivors care to dwell on, there are some aspects that survivor Nell Fields remembers fondly.
LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Board of Commissioners is expected to hold budget meetings on May 20, May 22 and June 1.
LUMBERTON — The Red Springs Police Department's chief and captain have been ordered to explain in court why a box of evidence related to the 1983 rape and murder of a Red Springs girl was not turned over to investigators until four years...