Storm graphic of Hurricane Ian. Image/NOAA
By Anayah L. Peterson, Editor-in-Chief
The UNCP Chancellor’s office announced that classes are canceled on Sept. 30. Employees will operate on a reduce operations status beginning at 6 a.m. tomorrow. The residence halls will remain open and the dining hall will still operate on normal...
UNCP Students hold candles during a moment of silence to honor those impacted by 9/11. PN Photo/Abigail Chabala
By: Abigail Chabala
A candlelight vigil was held at UNCP to honor the people impacted by the tragic events of September 11, 2001.
Twenty-one years ago, Islamist extremists attacked America. It was a regular...
Result of the crash from the front of the red truck. PN Photo/Victor Mays.
By Victor Mays
A local car crash off-campus resulted in minor property damage and no injuries. A student who made a right turn onto West 3rd Street failed to yield and was hit on the front left...
The philly steak hoagie with fries. Photo PN/Anayah L. Peterson
By Anayah L. Peterson, Managing Editor
The Pine Needle staff went to Kay’s Cafe to try out their homestyle food. The restaurant opened a month ago.
Restaurant goers should note that the largest table is for four seats.
The design of the...
Members of the Robeson County Drug Treatment Court team at their most recent graduation ceremony. Various case workers, lawyers, judges, representatitves from healthcare agencies and members of the District Attorney’s office make up the the team. PN Photo/Zachary C. Young
By Zachary C. Young, Editor-in-Chief
It is Friday afternoon and Edward...
Eyewitnesses say the individuals shooting had no regard for human life, and law enforcement were unable to shoot back. PN Photo/Andrew Thrift.
By Anayah Peterson, Managing Editor
The Pembroke Police Department continues investigation into a shooting that took place at The Wing Co. at 10:17p.m. on March 20. One man was...