Bladen County Sheriff’s Office nets numerous drug arrests during ‘Operatoin Fall Harvest’
Spook-tacular Halloween activities in Bladen County
Lady Knights to host dual team playoff
Couple ‘inseparable’ after 50 years
- Self-driving truck goes 120-plus miles on delivery - 7:25 pm
- Holly Day Fair: Largest Gift & Craft Show Fair in Eastern N.C. Celebrates 50 years - 7:25 pm
- 7-year-old gets pills instead of toy from dispenser - 5:27 pm
- Bladen County Sheriff’s Office nets numerous drug arrests during ‘Operatoin Fall Harvest’ - 5:13 pm
- Elizabethtown Christian Academy announces honor students - 2:11 pm
- Bladen County towns receiving $260,819.59 for roads - 1:43 pm
- Pepsi explanding in St. Pauls - 1:29 pm
- Industrial Hemp Commission to hold first meeting Nov. 1 - 9:20 am
- Jones Lake: Festival cancelled, but employees helping storm victims - 7:52 am
- A wonder-full wedding for White Lake couple - 4:13 pm
- Bladen County Division on Aging to host a ‘Candlelight Reflections Service’ - 11:01 am
- Update: Additional information on Bladen County Schools consolidation recommendation - 10:33 am
- Clean and Green gets back to work - 9:05 am
- NCGWA offers flood victim rebate program - 3:25 pm
- No-cost business seminars will be hosted by Bladen Community College - 2:57 pm
- BOE updates calendar, improvement plans - 1:07 pm
- Things heat up at BOE; guests ‘very dissatisfied’ - 11:41 am
- Whiteville man arrested on drug, alcohol charges - 10:27 am
- Clarkton library branch closed, event rescheduled - 9:46 am
- Bladen Community College to host FAFSA Day - 8:05 am
- Giant panda Bao Bao to leave United States for China - 5:55 am
- Woman with skull on stick leads police to body - 5:30 am
- Peanut butter vandal mistakes gathering for Trump rally - 7:25 pm
- Man thanks trooper in letter after speeding ticket - 5:55 pm
- Yoga pants parade to protest man’s comments on women’s wear - 5:27 pm
- Lady Knights to host dual team playoff - 1:44 pm
- Bladen County to hold free pesticide collection day - 12:34 pm
- Novelist to visit, speak at Bladen Community College - 12:33 pm
- Bladen high schools to participate in mock elections - 12:12 pm
- Governor McCrory Temporarily Waives DMV Fees in Hurricane-Affected Counties - 10:09 am
- Flooded crops cannot be used for human food - 10:05 am
- Are Bladen County students college ready? - 9:12 am
- More than 11,000 receive Disaster Food and Nutrition Services Benefits - 8:44 am
- Week in review - 5:55 pm updated: 5:55 pm.
- Items continue to come in for ‘Roger’s Wish’ - 3:33 pm
- Supreme Court Judge Douglas Sasser to speak at BCC - 9:04 am
- New date set for Seafood & Sunset - 5:27 pm
- Disaster Food and Nutrition Services benefits approved for Bladen County - 5:30 pm
- Haunted house starts tonight - 3:24 pm
- High schools hosting college fairs - 3:22 pm
- Landowners encouraged to seek advice when assessing woodland damage from Hurricane Matthew - 3:11 pm
- The 10th annual Beast Fest will cover two days - 2:57 pm
- Farm Bill providing benefits after storm - 9:19 am
- Elizabethtown native tabbed for prestigious Presbyterian College award - 9:07 am
- New St. Andrews students welcomed with shaving foam fight - 5:55 am
- Two to get comfy coffin for overnight stay in Dracula’s castle - 5:30 am
- Get busy living, loving, and being - 3:33 am
- Thief of Advil gets jail for his 12th shoplifting conviction - 7:25 pm
- If schoolkids had a say, Hillary Clinton would be president - 5:55 pm
- ‘Price is Right’ contestants make history with 3-way tie - 5:27 pm
A wonder-full wedding for White Lake couple
WILMINGTON — What girl hasn’t flipped through bridal magazines and dreamed of her own fairy tale wedding? Future brides-to-be in the Wilmi...
Bladen County Division on Aging to host a ‘Candlelight Reflections Service’
ELIZABETHTOWN — Bladen County Division on Aging will host a “Candlelight Reflections Service” on Thursday, Nov. 3, at 10 a.m. for fr...
Update: Additional information on Bladen County Schools consolidation recommendation
In response to requests for additional details, what follows is further information about the recommendation submitted at Monday night’s Board o...
Clean and Green gets back to work
PEMBROKE — The efforts of Keep Robeson County Clean and Green to make the county a cleaner and more pleasing place have not been blown away by H...
NCGWA offers flood victim rebate program
In an effort to assist home owners that have been affected by the Hurricane Matthew, the North Carolina Ground Water Association is offering a rebate ...
No-cost business seminars will be hosted by Bladen Community College
DUBLIN — The Small Business Center (SBC) of Bladen Community College is offering no-cost business seminars with several workshops specifically d...
Eagles hope to rebound for homecoming win
ELIZABETHTOWN — It’s been Homecoming Week at East Bladen High, the first full week students returned to class after Hurricane Matthew gave...
West Bladen travel to Dunn on Friday to tackle Midway
DUBLIN — West Bladen coach Todd Pait has found himself with one eye on the season at hand and the other on the next one as he juggles putting hi...
ROSE HILL –The Eagles broke open a tight match Monday with three second-half goals and captured a 4-1 road win over Union.East Bladen improves t...
Talladega did as Talladega does
Between the time the race at Talladega ended Sunday afternoon and Monday night when I wrote this column, I read a whole bunch of stuff talking about h...
Clarkton DYB haunted house open***CLARKTON — The annual Clarkton Dixie Youth Baseball’ Haunted House will be open Friday, Saturday and Mon...
Ludlum, Long make history — advance to state tennis championships for West Bladen
GOLDSBORO — The Lady Knights’s No. 1 doubles team of Alanna Ludlum and Amber Long tasted their first defeats of the season on Saturday in ...
Bladen clinics open Thursday
All Bladen Healthcare clinics will be open Thursday, Oct. 13, on the following schedule:Bladen Medical Associates offices in Elizabethtown, Dublin and...
FOR BETTER LIVING
If you’re planning a trip to the mountains this month, be sure to pick up some fresh North Carolina apples. Apples are delicious, easy to carry ...
FOR BETTER LIVING
Ground meat has been linked to several outbreaks of foodborne illness in the United States. The most notable was in 1993, when four children in the Pa...
FOR BETTER LIVING
Planning meals ahead instead of waiting until the last minute increases the likelihood that meals are nutritious. When you wait until the last minute ...
Davis, Walker to wed in December
Olivia V. Davis of Augusta, Ga., and Craig Shawn Davis (and his wife, Kelly) of Cerro Gordo are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter J...
Obamacare gets explained … again
I am amazed that after all this time, Americans still do not understand the original Affordable Care Act proposal, and cannot see the trick the insura...
McCrory Makes His Carolina Comeback
North Carolinians have long known that the electoral contest between Pat McCrory and Roy Cooper would be expensive, contentious, and competitive. It...
Do debates help us choose wisely?
We have reached the end of the presidential debates, and not surprisingly, they’ve drawn viewers in great numbers. The contest is close, and the...
Choices willdetermineour direction
Eighteen days. Four-hundred and thirty-two hours. Twenty-six thousand, three hundred and fifty-two minutes.If you want all that in seconds, it’s...
‘Roger’s Wish’ remains a worthy cause
The fourth annual “Roger’s Wish” project is nearing its close (Oct. 31) — and this year the project’s donations have bee...
Morrisey appointed to Local Government Federal Credit Union Eastern Sandhills Advisory Council
LUMBERTON — Local Government Federal Credit Union recently announced the addition of Marion Morrisey to its Eastern Sandhills Advisory Council, ...
Fort Bragg to host business leaders for Military Employment Summit
FAYETTEVILLE – On Wednesday, Aug. 17, North Carolina for Military Employment will host business leaders at its Military Employment Summit aboard...
Brainstorming session in Elizabethtown gets changed
ELIZABETHTOWN — Because of a scheduling conflict at the venue, the brainstorming session originally scheduled for Cape Fear Vineyard & Winer...
Brainstorming session set by Bladen County Economic Development Commission
ELIZABETHTOWN — A brainstorming session geared toward how to improve the small business environment in Bladen County will be held Thursday, Aug....
The Fayetteville Observer sold to GateHouse
FAYETTEVILLE — Fayetteville Publishing Co. has sold The Fayetteville Observer and other businesses to GateHouse Media LLC, the newspaper announc...