Social and civic groups, once very popular in Columbus County, are struggling. But some say the groups will make a comeback. Read more Continue reading Are civic groups on their way out in Columbus County?
Encouraged by new vacation homes and crowded camp sites, White Lake in Bladen County wants to become more than a summertime adventure spot. Read more Continue reading Could White Lake become a year-round tourist destination in North Carolina?
Garland Pierce, a Democratic lawmaker in NC, said he ultimately voted against a 12-week abortion ban after talking to women. Read more Continue reading NC lawmaker says he voted against 12-week abortion ban after talking to women
State Sen. Danny Bitt, one of the most powerful Republicans in NC, said he does not plan to run for state attorney general next year. Read more Continue reading Sen. Danny Britt says he won’t run for NC attorney general in 2024
Lumbee Chairman John Lowery says chances are “very high” that Congress will grant full recognition to the tribe this year. Read more Continue reading Lumbee leader confident Congress will grant full recognition this year
New affordable housing is going up in Lumberton, a Robeson County city devastated by hurricanes Matthew and Florence. Read more Continue reading Seven years after Hurricane Matthew, Lumberton sees new housing. Is it enough?
Some locally owned restaurants in the Border Belt region of southeastern North Carolina say they need more trained chefs.Read more Continue reading Restaurants need chefs. But in NC’s Border Belt, trained help can be hard to find
Elizabethtown has plans for four major projects that could help transform the small Bladen County community in southeastern NC. Read more Continue reading Elizabethtown has big plans, including a mixed-use project and airport upgrades
Browns Creek Nature Park is considered one of the best mountain-biking trails in NC. Some hope a biking team for kids will get started. Read more Continue reading Could Bladen County get a mountain-biking team for kids?
More than 23 million years ago, when the shores of the Atlantic Ocean were in what is now Robeson County, megalodons patrolled the seas. Read more Continue reading Megalodons ruled Robeson County millions of years ago. Their teeth still tell a story