When a mother giraffe gives birth, she will do so while standing up. So her calf's first act is to fall six feet to the ground, crash landing on his face. Then, as if such an arrival wasn't harsh enough, the youngling's mother will...
GREENSBORO — Because of the growth and economic impact being provided to the state from the wine and grape industry, the North Carolina Wine and Grape Council recently partnered with the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer...
ELIZABETHTOWN — Deputies with the Bladen County Sheriff's Office received good news recently when the Bureau of Justice Assistance notified Sheriff Prentis Benston that his department had been awarded a $5,109.82 grant for the purchase of...
WILMINGTON — Bladen County was well represented recently when a Purple Heart Dinner was held at the Wilmington Convention Center.
ELIZABETHTOWN — Deputies with the Bladen County Sheriff's Office had a busy week between Aug. 13 and Aug. 20, answering 60 calls from the public.
LUMBERTON — A Kidney Walk is planned for Saturday at Luther Britt Park in Lumberton from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. for firefighter Gene Martin, who is in Stage 5 kidney failure. The park is located at 671 Branch St., Lumberton.
RALEIGH – On Monday, the North Carolina Institute of Medicine Task Force on Rural Health released the first comprehensive North Carolina Rural Health Action Plan that sets forth recommendations to reduce health disparities and increase economic...
ELIZABETHTOWN —A murder suspect who was arrested in Maryland in late July has now been extradited back to North Carolina.
RALEIGH – The N.C. Board of Agriculture recently approved fees for woodland management plans, following a directive from the state General Assembly.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Bladen County Board of Commissioners discussed the jail design process during its meeting on Monday.
DUBLIN — Registration for the fall semester at Bladen Community College is strong with more than 1,280 students already enrolled as of Thursday. With approximately 70 more high school students expected to enroll through the Career and College...
BLADENBORO — There is a buzz of excitement in the air in the town of Bladenboro as folks are gearing up for the ribbon-cutting and grand opening of the Bladenboro Farmer's Market on Friday at 1 p.m.
ELIZABETHTOWN — There will be a workshop for caregivers on Thursday from 9 a.m. until noon at the Powell-Melvin Building located on Smith Circle in Elizabethtown. The workshop is free, open to the public, and refreshments will be...
ELIZABETHTOWN — Local author Jane Pait has been hard at work on her new children's book, “The Red-Headed Angel and the Empty Tomb,” and is now in the editing stages.
Photos of officers bearing assault rifles and wearing head-to-toe battle armor this week in Ferguson, Mo., are raising questions over the blurred lines between police and soldiers.
WHITE LAKE — A former White Lake police officer has been indicted by the Bladen County Grand Jury on charges of embezzlement.
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ELIZABETHTOWN — A Fayetteville man admitted his part in a Bladen County home invasion four years ago, and on Tuesday he was sentenced to time in prison in Bladen County Superior Court.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The police chief in Elizabethtown is sending out a warning to area business owners about a telephone scam that claims credit card terminals are due to be updated.
I grew up with a lot of religious rules. To violate these rules was to subject oneself to the judgment of God. If you had a fundamentalist upbringing, you may be familiar with some of these restrictions. No drinking, no smoking, no dancing, no playing...
ELIZABETHTOWN — A short joyride in a stolen vehicle earned an Elizabethtown man time in the Bladen County Jail saddled with several charges.
ELIZABETHTOWN — For the better part of two days, a portion of the town of Elizabethtown will be transformed to an era some 233 years ago when the third annual Battle of Elizabethtown re-enactment unfolds in Tory Hole Park.
ELIZABETHTOWN — Deputies with the Bladen County Sheriff's Office responded to a total of 51 calls from residents between Aug. 6 and Aug. 13.
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