After nearly 36 years in business, Dot Hall, owner of Dot's Alterations, has accumulated numerous friends, customers, commendations and memories at her store — but she will close shop for the last time in about two months.
The first of Sanford's 2015 National Night Out events will start at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, but before the night is over, 30 other events — full of food, fun and friendship — will get underway throughout Sanford.
Following N.C. Secretary of Transportation Tony Tata's sudden resignation on Tuesday, local officials remembered his recent visit to Lee County and praised him for his responsiveness to the needs of the state.
When visitors congregate at the House in the Horseshoe State Historic Site this weekend, they'll watch a battle unfold just as it did when loyalists and revolutionaries clashed there in 1781.
Southern Lee’s football squad improved by five victories last season with the peaks being a Brick City Bowl victory over Lee County and a state playoff win in November.
Western Harnett football has a new head coach entering this season, but not a coach who’s new to the Eagles.
Two Sanford racers, Justin Fussell and Blaise Brinkley, drove to victories at “America’s Favorite Bullring,” Wake County Speedway, Friday night.
NEW YORK (AP) — Noah Syndergaard retired his first 18 batters in the rookie's latest overpowering performance
Carolina Panthers offense tackle Jonathan Martin, the lineman harassed during the Miami Dolphins' 2013 bullying scandal, is contemplating retirement following a back injury.
It all started in 1992 with a bet.
I was sitting in front of the shop
We all know that panicked moment: you are invited to a potluck tomorrow and you have totally forgotten to prepare anything.
Insects in the garden can be devastating. You’ve spent all your time planting, watering, and maintaining your garden.
Tomatoes: Are they fruits or are they vegetables? If you find this question to be a brainteaser, continue reading.
The question of whether to allow open beer and wine consumption on certain occasions in downtown Sanford is first and foremost an economic one.
To the Editor:
If you travel on Highway 1 through North Carolina, you will notice sections of the highway carry different names.
To the Editor:
I am thankful we can enjoy freedom of the press under the First Amendment of the Constitution and also for editors of the Sanford Herald who offer a means for the people to have their voices heard.