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Latest Robeson County Trials News
Teen court gets grant, transitions to nonprofit
Council, North Carolina
James Johnson | The RobesonianDonald Scott, 16, rises as acting judge Jessica Scott takes the bench. Donald Scott has been involved with teen court since the start and considers it an opportunity for him to help other kids his age.
July 29 2014
Teen court gets grant, transitions to nonprofit -
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
LUMBERTON — After helping hundreds of teens stay out of the Robeson County court system, a research project started by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is wrapping up its services.
July 24 2014
Grant, change to nonprofit status keeps teen court alive -
Stanley, New York
LUMBERTON — After helping hundreds of teens stay out of the Robeson County court system, a research project started by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is wrapping up its services.
July 13 2014
SeHealth wins grant to push healthy eating -
North Carolina
LUMBERTON — Southeastern Health has been awarded a $60,000 grant by the Walmart Foundation to go towards nutrition education in Robeson and Bladen counties.
June 22 2014
Authorities: Robeson County man murdered breaking up domestic dispute
North Carolina
Investigators are searching for a Philadelphia man in connection with the murder of a Robeson County construction worker.
June 06 2014
Health Department initiative gets Public Health Award -
North Carolina
The Robeson County Health Department’s Innovative Approaches Initiative was recently honored with the Outstanding Public Health Award given by the Eastern District North Carolina Public Health Association.
May 27 2014
ACA’s tendrils reach across Robeson County -
North Carolina
Most people think of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as a law that provides health insurance for people, and many of its provisions do cover that.
May 05 2014
Justice Act ruling could affect 5 on death row -
North Carolina
LUMBERTON — Five inmates convicted of murder in Robeson County may be able to challenge the trials that landed them on death row....
April 26 2014
The ACA: A mixed bag in Robeson County -
North Carolina
Everyone I’ve ever spoken with wants all Americans to have health insurance. The question debated in the media is whether the Affordable Care Act is a policy that will best accomplish that goal.
April 07 2014
Report ranks Robeson 97th in North Carolina for overall health -
North Carolina
LUMBERTON — Just ahead of National Public Health Week, Robeson County has found itself in a familiar spot — third to last among North Carolina counties in overall health.
April 07 2014
Former CEO of SRMC lauds faith-based counseling service -
Columbus, north carolina
LUMBERTON — The former president and CEO of Southeastern Regional Medical Center knows the important role that Robeson County Family Counseling Center has played over the years in the treatment of individuals with mental health disorders and substance abuse addictions.
March 22 2014
Lumberton woman charged with husband's murder almost a year later
North Carolina
Robeson County Sheriff's deputies arrested a Lumberton woman for her husband's murder that happened in April of last year.
March 14 2014
Duke reviewing coal ash pond closure in Robeson County
North Carolina
LUMBERTON - Plans to close a coal ash pond at the defunct Weatherspoon Steam Electric Plant are under review after a Wake County Superior Court judge ruled Thursday that Duke Energy must take immediate action to eliminate the source of groundwater pollution at its coal ash dumps throughout North Carolina.
March 09 2014
Judicial officials say no to replacing court reporters -
Graham, North Carolina
LUMBERTON — 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.
March 01 2014
Cummings named to disabilities council -
Waxhaw, north carolina
RALEIGH — Dr. Robin Cummings, a Robeson County native and currently North Carolina’s Deputy Secretary for Health Services and acting state health director, has been appointed by Gov. Pat McCrory to the North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities.
January 10 2014
Dr. Earnest wins health award -
North Carolina
Dr. Robert Earnest has received the 2013 C.E. Inman Friend of Public Health Award from Robeson County’s Board of Health. The award, given annually since 1990, is named in honor of the late Dr. C.E. Inman, who served as the Health Department’s medical director for several years.
December 16 2013
Veteran court pushed for Robeson -
North Carolina
PEMBROKE — When Ronnie Brooks, a Veterans Services officer for the Lumbee Tribe, looks at the veterans treatment court now operating in Harnett County, he imagines a similar system in Robeson County.
December 02 2013
Fitness grant addressing health issues -
North Carolina
Health and fitness is always incorporated into the day for students in the school district, but a new grant aims to help students change unhealthy behaviors. This fall the Public Schools of Robeson County received the Carol M. White PEP Grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
November 30 2013
Horace Stacy Jr.: Leading attorney and community leader -
North Carolina
When Horace Edney Stacy Jr. walked into the Robeson County Courthouse in September 1956 to officially become a practicing attorney, it was as if virtually everything that had happened in his life had pointed him to that day.
November 12 2013
To the Editor,
North Carolina
Lumberton Christian Care Center, a Lumberton nonprofit, recently received a grant for a new facility that would ease the homeless population in Robeson County. As The Robesonian reported, the proposed facility could provide a bed for up to 45 people, up to a maximum of 90 days.
November 06 2013
First Community Health Awards presented -
North Carolina
LUMBERTON — Southeastern Health hosted its first Community Health Awards program on Tuesday to highlight efforts to improve the health of the citizens of Robeson County and surrounding communities.
October 27 2013
Hoke County's first health center to open soon
North Carolina
A health care community center will open in Hoke County soon, a first for county residents. The Robeson Health Care Corp. Hoke County Community Health Center is scheduled to open Sept. 3 on Teal Drive in Raeford.
September 04 2013
Hoke health center to open soon
Columbus, north carolina
A health care community center will open in Hoke County soon, a first for county residents. The Robeson Health Care Corp. Hoke County Community Health Center is scheduled to open Sept. 3 on Teal Drive in Raeford.
August 25 2013
Rabid cat bite marks 13th rabid animal case in Robeson County
North Carolina
A rabid cat bit a woman in the Orrum community of Robeson County last Tuesday, making this the 13th case of rabid animals reported since November 2012, according to Robeson County Public Health Department Director Bill Smith.
August 20 2013
Southeastern going strong as it marks 60th birthday -
Cumberland, north carolina
LUMBERTON — Southeastern Health, which turned 60 years old on Friday, is showing no signs of its age, and in fact is expanding is services to meet the needs of a local demographic that is similarly aging.
August 20 2013
Tuberculosis patient who left SC hospital is in NC
North Carolina
Health officials say a homeless man with tuberculosis who walked out of a South Carolina hospital is now being treated in North Carolina. The Fayetteville Observer reports ( ) that Robeson County Health Department officials said 57-year-old Louis Rainone was brought by ambulance to Southeastern Regional Medical Center on Wednesday.
August 13 2013
Robeson County officials determining who came in contact with tuberculosis patient
North Carolina
LUMBERTON - A man with infectious tuberculosis who walked out of a South Carolina hospital this week is now being treated at Southeastern Regional Medical Center, a health official said today.
August 13 2013
Britt: Racial Justice Act was ‘flawed’
North Carolina
LUMBERTON — It’s unclear if the possible repeal of the Racial Justice Act would affect the cases of five people who were trying to use it to get off death row after being convicted of murders in Robeson County.
June 08 2013
VA clinic to hold health care event for female veterans
North Carolina
PEMBROKE. — The Robeson County Community Based Outpatient Clinic will host a Go Red for Women event at the clinic on Wednesday from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3 p.m. The event is to educate female veterans about the signs of heart disease and how to make healthy heart life choices.
February 16 2013
Three years after the smoke cleared
North Carolina
Jan. 2 marked the third anniversary of the Smoke-Free Restaurants and Bars Law. For three years Robeson County residents have enjoyed restaurants and bars serving up what you wanted without the health hazards of tobacco smoke.
January 11 2013
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