Thanks to two last-minute agreements with the county, Broadway won’t have to raise taxes or lay off any employees to make budget for the fiscal year that starts in July, officials said at a meeting this week.
Lee County Commissioners received their first peek at the county's proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year — a budget Lee County Manager John Crumpton said he wasn't happy with Monday night.
Lee County students will soon have access to yet another program that challenges their intellect and also looks good on a college application.
To say that twins Allegra and Max Hogan have left their mark on Lee County High School athletics would be an understatement. After completing their final spring seasons as seniors this year, the duo has combined to earn 28 athletic letters during their four years of high school — 15 by Allegra and 13 by Max.
Ryan Mattes' shutout paced top-seeded Campbell in a 4-0 opening round win over No. 8 Charleston Southern Tuesday in the Big South Championships at the Liberty Baseball Stadium.
Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan is changing his team's name to the Hornets, said a person familiar with the situation.
North Carolina third baseman Colin Moran is the Atlantic Coast Conference's player of the year and teammate Kent Emanuel is its pitcher of the year.The ACC announced its postseason awards Monday.
Hello, my name is Whitney, and I’m a carboholic.
I swoon over warm crusty bread dipped in garlic-infused olive oil.
NAME: Gregg Halkuff
SCHOOL: West Lee Middle
Central Carolina Community College’s Phi Beta Lambda chapter came home loaded with winnings from competitions at Igniting Innovation!, the 2013 North Carolina PBL State Leadership Conference, held April 11-13 in Charlotte.
Another day, another domination for Taylor Swift: She was the red hot winner at the Billboard Music Awards.Swift won eight of 11 awards, including top artist and top Billboard 200 album for "Red." She told the crowd: "You are the longest and best relationship I ever had."
THUMBS UP: Quiz Bowl
Congratulations to Dr. Kelly Faulk, Wayne Staton and Jordan Minter, the top three finishers in the North Carolina Quiz Bowl program held this week at First Presbyterian Church.
With diplomas and degrees already being distributed, graduation season is upon us.