05/20/2019
  • 1:45 pm Library holiday hours in observance of Memorial Day
  • 1:31 pm Smithfield receives a Rising Steward Award
  • 1:15 pm Baldwin Branch Presents Clothes Closet and Food Pantry
  • 12:45 pm Nine N.C. Airports Receive Funds for Safety, Development Projects
  • 12:36 pm CresCom Bank Welcomes New Team Members
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Hospice offers free health directives clinicsLower Cape Fear Hospice will host a free Begin the Conversation clinic from 10-11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, at its Bladen County office, 116 W. Broad St. in ElizabethtownClinics will be from 10-11 a.m. the first Thursday of each month. These sessions, which are free to everyone in all stages […]

READ MORE

Elizabethtown Christmas Parade, Small Business Saturday highlight first holiday weekend The Christmas season begins this weekend in Elizabethtown. Saturday, downtown stores will have holiday sales in conjunction with Small Business Saturday. Sunday, the Christmas Parade, sponsored by the Elizabethtown-White Lake Chamber of Commerce, will take place. It’s scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. “It’s a […]

READ MORE
Mike-Merritt-Scholarship

The family and friends of the late Mike Merritt excelled again this year in their drive to raise funds for the Mike W. Merritt Endowed Scholarship, a scholarship managed by the Bladen Community College Foundation and presented to students attending the college.  The group raises funds for the scholarship with an annual motorcycle (and car) […]

READ MORE

RALEIGH – Over the next few weeks, North Carolina families will visit choose-and-cut farms, tree lots, farmers markets and shopping centers in search of the perfect fresh Christmas tree for their holiday decorations. It’s important to know how to care for the tree once you get it home. “For many families, choosing the perfect Christmas […]

READ MORE

9th Grade Honor Roll The Superintendent’s List Jacob Barber, Lataiya Daniels, Dawson Jessup “A” Honor Roll Ayanna Avery, Nicholas Lee Dove, Tyler Ezzell, Andrew Gill, Faith Johnson, Tyler Lloyd, Dylan Melvin, Blair Potter “A/B” Honor Roll Summer Ackiss, Ashley Aguilar, Tiara Allen, Josue Arteaga, Isavier Blake, Abigail Bright, Shar’Dajah Brown, Hannah DeVane, Jaquandra Faulk, Rachel […]

READ MORE
Baldwin-Branch-Thanksgiving-Baskets

Members of Baldwin Branch Missionary Baptist Church delivered fifty-six (56) food baskets Monday to families throughout Bladen County just in time for Thanksgiving.  The baskets contained all the trimmings for a wholesome meal, desserts and a turkey. Previously on Saturday, November 22, the Branch food pantry, “From His table to Yours” provided food items to forty […]

READ MORE
Faye-Sykes

Faye Sykes has spent the past 37 years listening to the trains rumble through downtown Bladenboro, and once helped chase a chaos-causing squirrel out of Bridger Memorial Library. Along the way, she’s made hundreds of friends and helped people find what they need. When Bladenboro’s branch of the Bladen County Public Library system closes Wednesday, […]

READ MORE
Joe & Ginger Tatum

Congratulations are in order for Tatum Realty and Property Management Services! The owners recently opened an office in downtown Elizabethtown.  The husband and wife team of Joe and Ginger Tatum started their real estate business shortly after being married in 1993.  Their roots are here, as Ginger grew up in the area and met Joe in high […]

READ MORE
Bladenboro-PD-Seeks-Donations-for-Christmas-Kids

The Bladenboro Police Department’s annual Christmas for Kids outreach is planned for Dec. 9, and Chief Chris Hunt is seeking donations to help needy children at Bladenboro Primary School have gifts for Christmas. “We’re asking everyone who plans to donate to do so before Dec. 9,” Hunt said. “It’s a really neat thing. If people […]

READ MORE

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s Home From The Hunt campaign reminds everyone who is hunting during the holiday season to make safety the top priority. “Thanksgiving and Christmas are traditional times for family and friends to go hunting,” said Travis Casper, the state hunter education coordinator with the Wildlife Commission. “In the excitement of a […]

READ MORE

Beginning with the American pilgrims, Thanksgiving has always focused on celebrating the harvest and abundance of food we are able to share with our family and neighbors. The week leading into Thanksgiving is designated as National Farm-City Week and recognized due to the impact that agriculture has on our daily lives.  Agriculture is tied to […]

READ MORE
Bridgers Lu Mil

DUBLIN, NC –Our team has assembled the most enchanting display of Christmas lights ever. With over one half million lights this year, it is more spectacular than ever. There are many enormous figurines and this year the huge display of the twelve days of Christmas stretches nearly the length of two football fields. There are […]

READ MORE

BladenOnline & CAB Marketing Open Downtown Office   BladenOnline & CAB Marketing have a new office in downtown Elizabethtown.  The address is 113 West Broad Street.  The office will be open for appointments only for a few weeks, then open with regular business hours during the summer months..   For an appointment, call Charlotte Smith […]

READ MORE