Festival of Lights at Lu Mill draws a crowd.
Security upgraded at Bladen County Courthouse.
Bladen Community College celebrates 30 years of small business support.
Panel of three Superior Court Judges will decide if Joseph Sledge is freed or remains an inmate in North Carolina Department of Corrections.
Newly elected local office holders are sworn in.
Elizabethtown Fire Department hosts Remembrance Rescue Project.
Bladen County Tax Office expects to mail new property values in January.
South Bank and CresCom bank replace Bank of America and First Community Bank in Elizabethtown.
Hundreds march peacefully through downtown Bladenboro in support of keeping Lennon Lacy investigation alive. The parade was lead by Dr. William J. Barber, State Director of the NAACP.
FBI agrees to investigate Lennon Lacy’s death.
Bladen homeowners to see drop in insurance rates.
Mitchell Dean Johnson of Bladenboro charged with sex offenses, crime against nature.
East Bladen ROTC volunteer to assist Elizabethtown Optimist Club selling Christmas Trees.
Construction begins on new Bladenboro Fire Station.
Many Bladen County merchants confirm successful 2014 Christmas shopping season.
Gas prices drop substantially in Bladen County.Share: