RALEIGH — A high-ranking manager at a regional mental health agency in eastern North Carolina took more than a half million dollars in illegal kickbacks and used taxpayer money for personal expenses, including repairs to his fishing boat, a...
LAURINBURG — Although the practice of hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as “fracking,” has yet to debut in North Carolina, the legal guidelines currently in place to govern the extraction of natural gas and oil from deep within...
RALEIGH (AP) — The final vote to determine whether a vetoed bill will become law allowing some North Carolina court officials to avoid gay marriage proceedings may not happen quickly after all.
LAURINBURG — Dozens of Scotland County's first responders — from state troopers to paramedics — were treated on Tuesday night to a potluck that rivaled a Thanksgiving dinner as members of North Laurinburg Baptist Church...
LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Health Department will close Friday for employee training.It will re-open Monday at its regular schedule.
LAURINBURG — Not only may Carver Middle School find itself with a student body numbering more than 650 in the new school year, but other changes could be in the making as the Scotland County Board of Education considers a possible magnet program...
ALBEMARLE — Former Sen. Gene McLaurin was among those recognized by the Arc of Stanly during “An Evening with the Arc of Stanly” awards celebration held at Dennis Vineyards in Albemarle on May 21.
LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Board of Commissioners on Monday agreed on a split fee for access to the county landfill, with residents living inside the limits of a municipality paying less than those with a county...
LAURINBURG — Restless in a small tent erected behind the N.C. Highway Patrol station on West Boulevard, on Monday a group of geologists listened intently to the whine of a rotosonic drill rig boring nearly 300 feet into the ground and waited for...
WAGRAM — A 60-year-old Wagram man is facing several drug charges following a Thursday search of his Springhill Road home by investigators from the Scotland County Sheriff's Office and the State Bureau of Investigation, according to...
LAURINBURG — Though constructing an overpass at the intersection of U.S. 501 and Old Wire Road may not be an option due to a shortage of funds, reducing the number of traffic accidents there remains a priority, N.C. Department of Transportation...
LAURINBURG — Scotland baseball coach Jamie Coleman has resigned from the position after three seasons, The Laurinburg Exchange has learned.
EAST LAURINBURG — Partners In Ministry on Thursday celebrated the culmination of its first Strengthening Youth Through Science, Technology, Engineering and Math program, or SYSTEM.
LAURINBURG — Presbyterian Church moderator Dr. Heath Rada received an honorary doctorate in divinity from St. Andrews University during commencement ceremonies on May 3.
HAMLET — Richmond Community College recently announced its honor lists for the spring semester. The following students from Scotland County were named to the honor lists for their academic achievements.
BENNETTSVILLE, S.C. — Marlboro Academy recently released its honor lists for the fourth nine weeks.Headmaster's List— Third grade: John Jordan
SOUTHERN PINES — The O'Neal School held its commencement last Friday in Owens Auditorium at Sandhills Community College.
HAMLET — Pee Dee Electric Membership Cooperative recently donated $500 for Richmond Community College's annual Energy Venture Camp.
LAURINBURG — Earlier this month, Scotland High School honored 95 of the school's top academic performers at the annual McDonald's SAT/ACT Wall of Fame induction ceremony.
FAYETTEVILLE — Nearly 550 undergraduate students were welcomed as alumni at Fayetteville State University's 148th spring commencement, held May 9 at the Crown Coliseum.The following local students were recognized:
LAURINBURG — A close-knit group of students dispersed for the final time on Friday after Scotland Christian Academy's 2015 graduation ceremonies.
LAURINBURG — A local delegation from the Laurinburg-Scotland County Area Chamber of Commerce travelled to Raleigh this week to meet with Scotland County's legislators as well as education and economic development officials.
LAURINBURG — A series of tests commissioned by the N.C. Geological Survey to determine whether or not natural gas is contained in the Cumberland-Marlboro Basin could bring exploratory drilling to Laurinburg as early as next week.
PEMBROKE — The Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina could have to pay back almost $225,000 to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in money that was used to fund ineligible programs and services.
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