FAYETTEVILLE — Danesha Brown has been awarded the NCATA District 4 Scholarship. This scholarship is given to a chosen applicant whose parent is a teacher assistant of NCATA District 4.
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EAST ARCADIA — The search continued on Monday morning for a missing East Arcadia man.
DUBLIN — On a crisp, but clear and sunny Saturday afternoon, the Dublin Scout Hut was the host of a ribbon-cutting that officially signaled the resurrection of the 60-year-old scout meeting place.
ELIZABETHTOWN — Folks in Bladen County may soon find a new hiking and biking trail passing through the area state parks and forests. The proposed route is called the Coastal Crescent Trail and is part of the larger network of trails known as the...
ELIZABETHTOWN — The N.C. State Parks Department has some fun on tap for those who enjoy venturing out on trails and like a challenge. The N.C. State Parks is holding a photo scavenger hunt challenge and the next raffle drawing date is Earth Day,...
ELIZABETHTOWN — A report of shots being fired on Kemp Street brought officers with the Elizabethtown Police Department out to the scene just before 5 p.m. on Wednesday and resulted in the arrest of a teenager for attempted...
ELIZABETHTOWN — On the heels of a joint effort between the Bladen County Sheriff's Office and Elizabethtown Police Department that resulted in 12 arrests on drug charges, the Sheriff's Office teamed up with Elizabethtown and Clarkton...
Marvin had spent more than two weeks in the hospital trying to clear up a clogged lung. When the final test results arrived, he had more than respiratory issues. He had cancer. Marvin wasn't surprised. I visited him as he recovered from the...
BLADENBORO — One Bladen County pageant is getting some huge recognition as a festival preliminary pageant for the Miss North Carolina Scholarship Pageant.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The public's chance to complete a Bladen County Budget Survey is quickly coming to a close. Survey responses are due to the Bladen County Manager's Office no later than Wednesday, March 11.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Bladen County Republican Party will hold its Precinct and County Conventions on Thursday, March 26, at the Bladen County Courthouse in the Superior Courtroom.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The American Red Cross is celebrating its founding and the volunteers who have been the lifeblood of the organization by recognizing March as American Red Cross Month.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Elizabethtown Town Council conducted a public hearing Monday for a Community Development Block Grant application to the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources for a clear well at the well No. 4 site on Smith...
ELIZABETHTOWN — A two month investigation by the Elizabethtown Police Department and the Bladen County Sheirff's Office resulted in 12 suspects being charged.
DUBLIN — Fun, food and games. That's what people can expect on Saturday between 1 and 4 p.m. when they come out to the open house at the iconic, refurbished Dublin Scout Hut at the end of Fifth Street.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Paul R. Brown Leadership Academy's drill team, the John L. Foye Rifles, competed at the North Brunswick High School Tri-Meet on Saturday, Feb. 28.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Bladen County Board of Commissioners heard an update on Monday from Bladen County Schools Superintendent Robert Taylor on the school system's operating fund.
BLADENBORO — Author Reida Roberts announces the nationwide release of her new Christian book, “God's Most Difficult Children: Urgent Bible-Based Child-Rearing Lessons for Parents, Educators and Church Leaders.”
ELIZABETHTOWN – Bladen County Schools has announced its make-up days for closings due to inclement weather on Tuesday, Feb. 17, and Tuesday, Feb. 24.
RALEIGH — Good-government advocates are applauding N.C. House Rep. Ken Waddell (D-District 46) for his support of taking partisan politics out of the way voting maps are created in North Carolina.
ELIZABETHTOWN — For those who enjoy fishing or a quiet afternoon of boating on the Cape Fear River, the recent announcement by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission of the reopening of the boat ramp in Tory Hole Park is sure to be met with much...
CHAPEL HILL — For the second time in four years, the staff of the Bladen Journal has been recognized by the North Carolina Press Association for a community service project.
PEMBROKE – Join New York Times best-selling author and educator Dave Burgess for a high-energy, entertaining and inspirational program that will transform the way teachers look at their role as educators.
St. Patrick's Day will be observed and celebrated on Tuesday, March 17 — and there are some in Bladen County who will surely be part of that.