Bladen County deputies arrest two for murder, two others sought
Bladen County candidates talk schools, economic growth
‘His whole year is gone’
Bladen County students to return to class Thursday
Bladen County football teams back in action Friday
- 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
- Whiteville man arrested in Bladen County on drug, weapon charges - 3:36 pm
- CSD hosting Durham-based African American dance ensemble Friday - 2:57 pm
- USDA Emergency Conservation Program Assistance are requested for Bladen County - 2:22 pm
- East Bladen High to host blood drive - 1:11 pm updated: 1:11 pm.
- CHURCH CALENDAR - 11:44 am
- Thursday marks beginning of early voting - 11:16 am
- COMMUNITY CALENDAR - 10:42 am
- State advises public to avoid contact with Hurricane Matthew floodwaters - 9:40 am
- State environmental inspectors to test water quality near swine farms - 9:36 am
- What to do if a vehicle was damaged by Hurricane Matthew - 9:34 am
- Governor McCrory Establishes Hurricane Matthew Recovery Committee - 9:29 am
- Elizabethtown site chosen for charter school - 7:27 am
- Storm won’t affect Bladen’s ability to vote - 5:58 am
- Homeowners should review termite treatment agreements if flooding caused substantial damage - 3:49 pm updated: 3:53 pm.
- West Bladen to host blood drive - 1:24 pm
- N.C. African American Heritage Commission Spearheads Drive to Support Flooded Princeville - 11:35 am
- AG warns of phony FEMA inspectors - 11:29 am
- Troxler announces availability of farmland preservation grants - 11:22 am
- Relief Efforts Making Progress in Central and Eastern North Carolina - 11:18 am
- License check nets drug arrest - 7:38 am
- Bladen County third-graders experience Ag’em Up Days - 4:07 pm updated: 4:07 pm.
- Friendship Holiness Church honors Highway Patrol trooper - 2:18 pm
- Study: $12 minimum wage will erase 1.8 million U.S. jobs - 11:59 am
- Tar Heel area still has visible signs of storm damage - 11:29 am
- Food replacement benefit deadline extended - 10:25 am
- Bladen County Animal Shelter doing well with ‘residents’ - 10:01 am
- Bladen County commissioners gives thanks for efforts after Hurricane Matthew - 7:52 am
- New York man accused of overcrowding, keeping deer as pet - 5:55 am
- Baby girl born at World Trade Center transportation hub - 5:30 am
- Daughter fears drug addict stole, ingested mother’s ashes - 7:25 pm
- Russian city inaugurates first Ivan the Terrible monument - 5:55 pm
- Philly cheesesteak stand owner removes ‘speak English’ sign - 5:27 pm
- Bladen County’s United Way Crisis Distribution and Drop-off Center is open - 4:07 pm
- I-95 now open from Virginia to South Carolina - 2:56 pm
- N.C. Baptist Men offering help with home/yard repair - 2:39 pm
- Star Telephone announced promotion - 12:33 pm
- How to Replace Documents Lost in the Recent Flooding Caused by Hurricane Matthew - 12:15 pm
- Voter registration extended in 36 counties - 10:16 am
Thief of Advil gets jail for his 12th shoplifting conviction
LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania man has been jailed for stealing a $4.49 bottle of Advil because it was the 12th time he’s been convi...
If schoolkids had a say, Hillary Clinton would be president
NEW YORK (AP) — While most grown-ups are a few weeks away from heading to the polls, more than 150,000 of the nation’s schoolchildren have...
‘Price is Right’ contestants make history with 3-way tie
LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Price is Right” history was made on Monday’s episode when a trio of contestants spun different combination...
Whiteville man arrested in Bladen County on drug, weapon charges
ELIZABETHTOWN — Bladen County Sheriff Jim McVicker said deputies with his office set up a license checking station on Chicken Foot Road in the T...
CSD hosting Durham-based African American dance ensemble Friday
CLARKTON — On Friday, Clarkton School of Discovery will be hosting the Durham-based African American Dance ensemble, an opportunity made possibl...
USDA Emergency Conservation Program Assistance are requested for Bladen County
ELIZABETHTOWN — As a result of Hurricane Matthew and the damages experienced throughout Bladen County on its farms and ranches, the Bladen Count...
NCHSAA adjusts fall playoff schedules
CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association Board of Directors and Commissioner Que Tucker have made the difficult decisio...
Despite short prep time, East Bladen set for Wallace-Rose Hill
ELIZABETHTOWN — With a huge conference game staring them in the face and a mere three days to prepare, East Bladen coach Robby Priest thinks Fri...
Fickle fingerof The Chasequite evident
This Chase format is a fickle mistress. One week you’re in the outhouse, the next week the penthouse.Just ask Kevin Harvick.After Charlotte a we...
Knights lose heartbreaker to Heidi Trask, 13-7
ROCKY POINT –West Bladen came out on the short side of a defensive, penalty filled battle Thursday, falling on a late touchdown to Heidi Trask 1...
Eagles, Hines pound Pender, 41-3
BURGAW –East Bladen got its second straight stellar performance from its defense and a big night from Ethan Hines on offense to hand Pender Coun...
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...
Cooper still betting on Obamacare
Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina has just been approved to raise the premiums of its health plans within the state’s Affordable Care Act...
Writer challenges churches to donate Bibles
There are a lot of people in the Fair Bluff area who, like so many others, have lost everything since Hurricane Matthew and are in desperate need of s...
Hurricane hasshown the verybest of Bladen
The aftermath of Hurricane Matthew has brought out the very best in people throughout Bladen County who have displayed a tremendous amount of compassi...
They’re stealing our shadows
Has this year’s presidential election stolen our shadows?What do you mean? I can hear you asking that question.To understand about such shadows,...
Duke Energy appreciative after storm
Thousands of our friends and neighbors are suffering in storm-ravaged Eastern North Carolina. While some can only wait and ponder the wreckage of thei...
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...