On 1983, Henry Frye was sworn in as North Carolina’s first Black Supreme Court Justice. Governor Jim Hunt appointed Frye as ...
PEMBROKE — As The University of North Carolina at Pembroke softball team took the field Friday to begin a new season, it ...
Commuters on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive saw a significant police presence on Wednesday and will see more on Thursday, all ...
Last week, after this column had already gone into the editor, a collection of videos were released by the authorities in ...
An audience got a kaleidoscope view of education’s past, present and future during part one of the four-part Black History ...
What is dubbed “the biggest and best chili cook-off in North Carolina” is making its return to this year’s two-day Rumba on ...
When you’re talking about NAFTA,” said Robeson County Office of Economic Development Executive Director Channing Jones, “it ...
School Nurse Denise Campbell continues to make an impact on the lives of others as she persists in her work, which began more ...
A benefit concert has been planned to benefit cancer survivor Sharmeika McDuffie on Feb. 12 at Lumberton Junior High School.
LUMBERTON — John Bennett, a math instructor at Robeson Community College, has been invited to serve on a task force with ...
LUMBERTON — Robeson County’s unemployment rate dropped slightly in December, according to data obtained by The Robesonian, ...
LUMBERTON — Robeson Community College is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $242,690 sponsorship from Blue Cross ...