Resolutions to reduce Sanford City Council members’ salary and per diem travel stipend failed Tuesday night, with only one council member expressing support for the changes.
With a series of resolutions receiving Sanford City Council’s approval Tuesday night, city voters will officially decide the fate of a variety of community development projects this November.
Michael Jones brings a wealth of experience to his new position as Small Business Center director for Central Carolina Community College.
Northwood slugger Andrew Webster launched a grand slam to put his Chargers up 6-2 in the second inning of Wednesday night's NCHSAA 2A state quarterfinal game against visiting Carrboro, and the slam was just part of his big night.
Tied 3-3 with two out in the bottom of the seventh, Brent Graham scored the go-ahead run on a Radford miscue and Ryan Thompson closed out the Highlanders to give top-seeded Campbell the 4-3 win late Wednesday night at the Big South Championships at Liberty University.
Brett Austin drove in two runs during a four-run seventh inning to help North Carolina State beat Clemson 6-3 on Wednesday night in pool play at the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
I have decided to continue a bit on the history of running in America. Last week, we recounted the origins of the Pedestrian Movement. This week, we will examine the end of professional running in early America and the birth of the amateur status still used in today’s athletics.
Hello, my name is Whitney, and I’m a carboholic.
I swoon over warm crusty bread dipped in garlic-infused olive oil.
Kellie Pickler came into the final "Dancing With the Stars" episode in second place but finished in first.
The ice cream truck, the pool snack bar and the ball field concession stand are three rites of summer that children enjoy when the mercury starts to rise and the burgers and dogs begin sizzling on the grill. The only problem is … are we enjoying them a little too much?
As the weather warms up, butterflies, hummingbirds and bees are seen busily working in our gardens. These pollinators are extremely important for the future of many plants, as well as our own livelihood.
Republican members of the Lee County Board of Commissioners pledged early on — even during the campaign season — to cut the county’s property tax rate.
To the Editor:
I am writing to bring awareness to our community that we, meaning collectively, need to step up and help our disabled population.
To the Editor:
This is a letter to Tara Towson Villa and the entire Lee County Community Orchestra.