City and county schools resumed classes today across Columbus County.
Parents are reminded that masks are now required for anyone inside a class or school building, regardless of vaccination status. The sheriff’s office also urged drivers to slow down and observe all traffic laws regarding buses and school zones. Passing a stopped school bus can result in arrest in North Carolina. Share your first day pictures with us on Facebook, and here’s to all the hardworking students, teachers and staff as they begin a new year.
Students at all area schools posed for first day pictures for proud parents before classes began.
Deputies were called to Old Lumberton Road Sunday morning after a fight involving a board, a hammer and a knife between two relatives. Johnnie Mack Evans, 72, was charged with a single count of assault [Read More]
The Columbus County Sheriff’s Animal Protective Services will not be accepting anymore animals until further notice. APS put out a statement via Facebook Tuesday, June 6, explaining that the shelter is now at max capacity. [Read More]
County commissioners agreed to return $58,000 in cuts to the Parks and Recreation Department Monday but otherwise made no changes to the proposed Fiscal 23-24 budget. There will be no tax increase, Finance Director Lacie [Read More]
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC) will be implementing a new system and encourages those who need a new license or need to register a vessel to get these items done ahead of the launch. The [Read More]