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10 cars hit with bullets outside Robeson County school, police say

ROBESON COUNTY, N.C. (WPDE) — According to Rowland Police Chief Hubert Graham, about 10 cars are damaged after being hit with bullets Sunday afternoon outside Rowland Middle School on Hines Street. Graham said several young men were inside the school’s gym playing basketball when someone fired shots at the cars.
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Orientation held prior to summer sessions

LUMBERTON — The Public Schools of Robeson County held a teacher orientation on Wednesday in preparation of the start of summer school on Monday. Students who are enrolled in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade will attend classes from June 14-24 and July 6-29. High school students can attend sessions June 7-30 and July 6-29 and will be given a flexible schedule to allow them to continue to meet other responsibilities, like working at summer jobs.
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Maxton man gets 11 years in prison

NEW BERN — A Maxton man was sentenced Tuesday to 11 years in prison and five years of supervised release for unlawfully possessing a firearm. Jonathan Wayne Clark, 28, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Louise W. Flanagan. On Dec. 9, 2020, Clark pled guilty to possessing a firearm as a convicted felon.
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High school grads can get free tuition at RCC

LUMBERTON – Going to college just got a lot more affordable for many families in Robeson County and throughout the State of North Carolina. Students who graduated from a high school in North Carolina in 2021, and make the choice to attend a community college this fall, may be eligible to receive a Longleaf Commitment Grant that covers tuition and fees.
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North Carolina man sentenced to 11 years in prison for firearm charge

A Maxton man was sentenced June 8 to 132 months in prison and five years of supervised release for unlawfully possessing a firearm, according to a press release from the Department of Justice, Eastern District of North Carolina. On December 9, 2020, Jonathan Wayne Clark, 28, pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm as a convicted felon.