Saturday Mar 1
Judicial officials say no to replacing court reporters
Judicial officials in Robeson County say a recommendation by the state's Administrative Office of Courts to replace North Carolina's court reporters with digital recorders would result in less accurate court transcripts and greater cost to taxpayers because of retrials.
United Way shares success stories
United Way of Robeson County last year raised $570,826.85, allowing 18 partner agencies to send children to camp, feed the hungry and even save lives.
A mystery grave and a mountain musician
In June 1864, Dr. V.N. Seawell, a prominent Moore County physician traveling by stagecoach to Asheville, saw 22 Junior Reserve soldiers, in charge of 48 battle-scarred prisoners, stop at a spring in what is now Ridgecrest to break for lunch.
Aldi to open new Garner store
The no-frills, discount grocery chain Aldi is finalizing its construction plans to begin building its newest Triangle-area store in Garner this spring.
Richmond County Daily Journal
Three Ellerbe men charged in robbery, assault
Three men were arrested Monday afternoon for an assault and robbery after a joint investigation between the Moore County and Richmond County sheriff's offices located the men in Ellerbe.
Winter storm finally arrives in Caldwell
You couldn't tell from the grumbling late Wednesday morning whether some folks were happy or angry that no snow had fallen in Caldwell County except the mountains.