LAURINBURG — For Sale: The Stewart-Hawley-Malloy House, the oldest in Scotland County, a rural 18th century two-story home listed on the National Register of Historic Places and, as of last week, the Iron Horse Auction Company...
SOUTHERN PINES — Chase Gyles's fascination with and admiration for the Stars and Stripes began at least as far back as age 7, when he was a Tiger Cub Scout in Georgia. The U.S. flag was a prominent fixture in the home as he grew up, the...
HAMLET — A series of Industrial Maintenance courses will be offered beginning Friday at Richmond Community College's state-of-the-art engineering facility, the newly expanded John E. Forte Building.
SOUTHERN PINES — The O'Neal School has filled open positions for upper school director and athletics director.
PEMBROKE — The University of North Carolina at Pembroke's Health Sciences Building has been certfied by the U.S. Green Building Council as a LEED Silver facility.
PEMBROKE — An internship program has been established at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke by the State Employees' Credit Union Foundation.
PEMBROKE — Justices on the Lumbee Supreme Court were at a loss Thursday to rule on the constitutionality of the tribe's current ethics ordinance when no one could supply them with a copy of the original 2005 ordinance.
HAMLET — Richmond Community College is offering a series of workshops this summer focusing on improving lawns and beautifying landscapes.
LAURINBURG — An 18-year-old was arrested Thursday in connection with the theft of a scooter and a motorcycle last month, according to Laurinburg police.
LAURINBURG — Police are seeking information regarding two break-ins in which cash was taken.
LAURINBURG — Pictured are North Laurinburg Elementary School's Shining Star and Honor Roll students for the third nine weeks, recognized during an Awards Day Program held last month.
ROCKINGHAM — A bill making its way through the state legislature would leave public access to law enforcement body camera and dash-cam footage up to each individual agency.
LAURINBURG — Members of the Gibson community and other supporters of Pate-Gardner Elementary School remaining open beyond the current school year will have one more chance to voice their opinion to the Scotland County Board of Education in a...
PEMBROKE — The spring semester has brought turnover at the top for The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, as three other top administrators have accepted jobs elsewhere since Chancellor Kyle R. Carter announced his now-imminent retirement...
This is an encouragement to someone who is sitting in a hospital waiting room, with their loved one in intensive care; to the cancer patient who is taking chemotherapy or radiation and going back and forth to treatment centers; to those who have lost...
The Hasidic philosopher Martin Buber told the tale of a Jewish grandfather who was a master storyteller. Though limited physically, confined to his wheelchair, this did not constrict his mind or his imagination. One day the old man's...
GIBSON — Charges were filed on Wednesday against a Scotland County man after 11 malnourished horses were seized last week from his farm east of Gibson.
LAURINBURG — The Laurinburg/Scotland County Area Chamber of Commerce's GREEN Team is accepting nominations for the 2015 Highlander Awards, which recognize homes and business properties with great curb appeal that promote local...
ROCKINGHAM — State Sen. Tom McInnis said he wanted to start a conversation regarding college professors' course loads — and that he did.
LAURINBURG — Those who think that body cameras have the power to keep both law enforcement officers and those they come into contact with on their best behavior can find some “blessed” assurance in a donation made to the Laurinburg...
LAURINBURG — One of Scotland County's own, Dr. Erin Moore, who graduated Scotland High School in 2002, survived a magnitude 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal, the epicenter of which was only a few miles from the remote village of...
RALEIGH (AP) — Twenty people are facing trespass and other charges after two demonstrations disrupted the North Carolina Senate and House to protest Republican policy priorities.
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