To anyone driving down Harvey Faulk Road in December, the house decked in bright, colorful lights may seem like an ornate visual display.
Niche.com rated Lee Early College as the 48th best public high school in North Carolina in its annual rankings of the top 100 schools in each state and across the nation.
After the 10-year veteran of the office took early retirement in November, Lee County's new register of deeds will start officially after the Christmas holiday on Dec. 29.
Residents in Harnett County soon will have access to millions of library books, audio books, movies and other items from all across the state without ever leaving the county — thanks to a partnership with the State Library of North Carolina.
The Carolina Panthers have rediscovered their running game.
Juwan Staten made some key shots to help No. 22 West Virginia get a big win at Madison Square Garden.
North Moore’s improvement from two wins to six victories this football season was capped by eight Mustang players earning all-conference places within the Yadkin Valley Conference.
West Lee Middle School's boys basketball team opened its season with two victories last week. The Pride, the three-time reigning Lee-Harnett Athletic Conference champs, won a tight game, 49-43, over the Western Harnett Cardinals on Monday.
What is your favorite movie? “Gladiator” or ‘Tombstone”
Today is a busy day that may include attending church services, eating out or cooking a meal, baking holiday treats, shopping for gifts, and wrapping presents. There is so much to do and think about before Christmas when you will celebrate with family and friends.
A popular Christmas carol contains these words, “We three kings of orient are; bearing gifts we traverse afar.” These three kings are known to us as the Magi — but just who were they?
Each year, since our kids were old enough to read, the presents have gone under our Christmas tree without tags.
THUMBS DOWN: EPA’s decision
To the Editor:
The Lee County Board of Commissioners should be commended for reinstating the ordinance that bans concealed weapons on county property on Dec. 15.