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Pembroke, North Carolina is located in Robeson County. Zip codes in Pembroke, NC include 28372. The median home price in Pembroke is $92,500. More Pembroke information.

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Yesterday | The Robesonian

NAACP aims for 1,000 new voters2:56 pm

The Unified Robeson County chapter of the NAACP has started a voter registration drive that the chapter's president is hoping will result in 1,000 new voters registered by Sept.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

The Robesonian

Grant to help renovate SRMC floor4:45 pm | 0

The Robesonian Representatives from Southeastern Health, the city of Lumberton, Robeson County government and the University of North Carolina at Pembroke gathered recently to celebrate an award of $500,000 through a Building Reuse grant from the North Carolina Department of Commerce to renovate a section of Southeastern Regional Medical Center for ... (more)

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The Robesonian

Campbell adds to winning total8:03 am | 0

Berlester Campbell on Tuesday picked up 16 of 25 provisional votes, upping his District 2 victory over incumbent Robeson County Commissioner Hubert Sealey.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

The Robesonian

Crime report3:34 pm | 0

Carol Holmes reported Monday that six issues of The Robesonian, valued at $1.50 each, were stolen from Sunoco on Elizabethtown Road, Lumberton, according to a police report.

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The Robesonian

Pembroke police charge 2 with drugs

Two St. Pauls residents were arrested as part of a move by Pembroke police to rid public housing complexes of drugs, according to a statement from the Pembroke Police Department.

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Wed Jul 16, 2014

Examiner.com

Historic plantation memories honor African American culture with Jubilee Music

The Historic Stagville property in Durham, "is the remnant of one of the largest plantation of the pre-Civil War South and belonged to the Bennehan-Cameron family," according to the history on their website.

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Mon Jul 14, 2014

The Robesonian

Motorcycle diaries

On July 3, a trio of friends from Pembroke returned home after a 13,023-mile motorcycle trip to the Arctic Circle and back.

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The Robesonian

Prince on the prowl

In the play "The Little Prince," an 8-year-old boy recounts his travels across the universe and back, which while impressive may not make the cast's impending four hour drive to Roanoke Island any less daunting.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

The Robesonian

'Bigger, better' parade draws 30,000

The Lumbee Tribe Boys & Girls Club float makes its way through downtown Pembroke on Saturday during the Lumbee Homecoming Parade.

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Sat Jul 05, 2014

The Robesonian

Big turnout shows grounds are 'sacred'

Volunteers clean up around the lake located on the property of the former N.C. Indian Cultural Center, situated between Pembroke and Maxton.

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Mon Jun 30, 2014

Bladen Journal

Locals rub shoulders with president

Contributed photo Deborah Dimery Locklear, left; Kim Pevia, center; and Enid Cummings Begay, right, hope to bring what they learned at the White House... Contributed photo Kim Pevia enjoyed a discussion between ABC's Robin Roberts and First Lady Michelle Obama on the struggles working parents face in ba... LUMBERTON - Three Robeson County women ... (more)

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Sat Jun 28, 2014

The Robesonian

Bikers get Lumbee Homecoming rolling

The 49th annual Lumbee Homecoming got off to a modest start Saturday with the Bicycle Fun Ride, the first in a week-long slate of events celebrating the tribe.

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Fri Jun 27, 2014

The Robesonian

Locals rub shoulders with First Lady

Contributed photo Deborah Dimery Locklear, left; Kim Pevia, center; and Enid Cummings Begay, right, hope to bring what they learned at the White House... Contributed photo Kim Pevia enjoyed a discussion between ABC's Robin Roberts and First Lady Michelle Obama on the struggles working parents face in ba... LUMBERTON - Three Robeson County women ... (more)

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