Scotland County voters will go to the polls on May 17 for a statewide primary. Here are races to watch. Read more Continue reading Here are races to watch as Scotland County voters go to the polls for May 17 primary
Robeson County voters will vote in the primary election on May 17. They will help set the stage for the 2022 midterm election in November. Read more Continue reading Robeson County voters will go to the polls May 17. Here are some primary races to watch
Voters in Columbus County will head to the polls on May 17 for the primary election. Read more Continue reading Columbus County voters will go to the polls in May. Here are some primary races to watch
When Bladen County voters go to the polls May 17, they will choose who they want to run next fall in the 2022 general election.Read more Continue reading Here are some primary races to watch in Bladen County for May 17 election
Some are calling for the removal of the Confederate monument in front of the courthouse in Robeson County, one of the most counties in NC.Read more Continue reading What should become of a Confederate monument in diverse Robeson County?
Active Energy faced local opposition and lawsuits over concerns that the company’s technology was polluting the Lumber River. Read more Continue reading Active Energy’s departure from Robeson County is met with relief from local leaders
The Lumbee Native American tribe’s quest for full federal recognition was left out of the Senate’s new spending bill. Read more Continue reading Full federal recognition for Lumbees left out of Senate spending bill. What’s next?
Bladen County has a new strategic plan meant to guide the rural county in southeastern North Carolina for the next decade.Read more Continue reading Bladen County, shrinking but hopeful, creates a plan for its future
The Scotland County town of Laurinburg is focusing on public-private partnerships to revive its downtown. It’s working, local leaders say. Read more Continue reading Here’s how one North Carolina town is bringing its downtown back to life
Scottie Deese, a former Robeson County sheriff’s deputy, says a state law that prevents him from running for sheriff is too harsh.Read more Continue reading He was convicted of a crime at 18. Now he says he should get to run for sheriff in NC