ELIZABETHTOWN —It's that time of year to clean up North Carolina.
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...
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Bladen County Boy Scouts will hold their annual “Investment in Character” fundraiser on Wednesday, April 22, at 7:30 a.m. in the Elizabethtown Presbyterian Church activity center.
CLARKTON — One philanthropic organization just got a little boost towards making Christmas a little brighter for children.
ELIZABETHTOWN — Elizabethtown Police Chief Bobby Kinlaw paid a visit to the Elizabethtown Rotary Club on Wednesday and discussed the department and issues facing law enforcement.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Bladen County Board of Commissioners dealt with a relatively light agenda when they gathered Tuesday.
RAEFORD — The John L. Foye Rifles drill team competed at the 18th annual Hoke County High School Drill Meet on March 28.
ELIZABETHTOWN — A Lumberton man was sentenced in Bladen County Superior Court on Tuesday to at least 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to felony sexual assault and attempted forcible rape.
WHITE LAKE — The Carolina Bay Country segment of the North Carolina Mountains-To-Sea Trail is officially open following a ribbon cutting ceremony held on Tuesday at the White Lake Town Hall.
ELIZABETHTOWN — Les Litter, mascot of Keep Bladen Beautiful, was at Jones Lake State Park on Saturday for the annual Easter Egg Hunt and activities.
ELIZABETHTOWN — A joint undercover operation between the Bladen County Sheriff's Office, Elizabethtown Police Department and Columbus County Sheriff's Office resulted in the arrest of an Elizabethtown man, who was charged with a...
WHITE OAK — Author Jane Thompson Pait recently announced the nationwide release of her new book, “BK the Red-Headed Angel and the Empty Tomb,” where she explains God's purpose behind Jesus' crucifixion.
DUBLIN — On Wednesday, April 1, a total of 50 Bladen Community College students received awards at the annual awards ceremony.
The Clarkton High School Class of 1968 held its reunion on Friday, April 3, at the Village Station in Lumberton.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The deadline is fast approaching for early registration for the Elizabethtown Rotary Club's second annual 8K Trail Run and Walk to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. The deadline for early registration ends...
RALEIGH – As crews fight two wildfires in western North Carolina, the N.C. Forest Service is also urging residents across the state to exercise caution when burning debris during spring fire season, which typically lasts from March to...
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman David Rouzer invited interested citizens from across the 7th Congressional District to participate in advisory council meetings this past week.
DUBLIN — One unlucky motorist on Owen Hill Road had an up close and personal experience with a black bear on Wednesday at about 6 a.m.
DUBLIN — On March 31, 23 students were inducted into the English Honor Society at Bladen Community College.
A training session has been scheduled for all Bladen County Schools non-certified staff, which began employment as of July 1, 2005 and has not taken the training class. This is a mandatory class:
On this weekend twelve years ago, what proved to be last of the McBrayer children was born. He entered the world as most babies do; wrinkled, wailing, and gravely disturbed at being expelled from the safest place he will ever inhabit. He was born just...
WHITE LAKE — A ribbon-cutting to celebrate the opening of the Carolina Bay country segment of the Coastal Crescent Trail will take place at White Lake Town Hall from 5:45 to 7:30 p.m.
ELIZABETHTOWN — This weekend as many folks celebrate Easter, they will also be settling in to watch one of the many specials and movies appearing on television sets across the land marking the historic occasion.
ELIZABETHTOWN — Parents, teachers, law enforcement officers, anyone who has contact with younger folks — even younger folks themselves — will gain important knowledge about cyberbullying by attending a free seminar on Thursday, April...
DUBLIN — Folks from across the county gathered in the West Bladen High School Media Center on Thursday morning for breakfast and a one-year update of the county's North Carolina New Schools program. The program is part of the North...