RALEIGH – As retail stores gear up for the busy holiday season, the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services urges shoppers to pay attention at the register to make sure sale items are ringing up at the right price.
ELIZABETHTOWN — Kathy Page, director of the Bladen Crisis Food Pantry, is often looking for food to restock the pantry or homeless folks who are in need of food and other items.
DUBLIN — The FFA senior land-judging team from West Bladen High School captured the state championship earlier this month while competing in the 61st annual North Carolina FFA Association Land Judging Career Development Competition.
CLARKTON — One of two men charged with first-degree murder after a shooting on Oct. 28 was arrested Monday by deputies with the Bladen County Sheriff's Office.
ELIZABETHTOWN — As the last of the turkey and dressing has been consumed and folks are beginning to focus on transforming their homes into the red and greens of Christmas, there are a few local activities that might help enhance the Christmas...
ELIZABETHTOWN — For those who might be looking for a Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings, there will be a free “From Our Family to Yours” Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday from noon until 3 p.m. at the Sword of the Lord...
WHITE LAKE — For the second straight year, White Lake Marine has been named to the Nautique Top 100 Dealers.
ELIZABETHTOWN — Shoppers throughout the area are checking out the fliers and their Christmas lists in antiticpation of all the Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday bargains retailers are offering up.
RALEIGH – This autumn, tons of seed from many different tree species have hit the ground in record amounts. And squirrels weren't the only ones looking for it.
BLADENBORO — Officers with the Bladenboro Police Department are getting organized for their annual Christmas for Kids event. The department is accepting monetary donations now through Dec. 9 so that officers may use the money to take a child...
East Arcadia School recently announced its honor roll students.Third Grade— A Honor Roll: Shyheen Everette, Rodney LacewellFourth Grade