Dandalia Bakery and Coffee House, a popular Sanford establishment, announced Saturday that it will be closing as the owner tries to sell the business and attend to family issues.
Brightly colored spools of thread and bolts of fabric lined the walls of the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center Friday, the first day of the Quilting and Fiber Art Marketplace, as men and woman searched through sewing machines and yarn looking for their inspiration or purchase.
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The stock market wavered for a second day Thursday as investors weighed disappointing news from the retail industry against more positive signals on the U.S. economy.
New Jersey-based Fitzpat Inc. received its second incentive, in as many days, to locate within the county during the Sanford City Council meeting Tuesday night.
Lee County Commissioners will consider a $150,000 zero interest loan to locate a business within the county after a public hearing Monday.
For years, organizations, political entities and individuals have tried to push Lee County toward economic prosperity with varying degrees of success. In 2013, several groups rallied together to form one organization charged with the economic success of the area.
The holidays are supposed to be a joyous time, but for many, this season is stressful.
Central Carolina Community College is expanding its course offerings, having recently opened a new health sciences building in Lillington and looking into new classes on operating machinery for hydraulic fracturing and other types of drilling.
Avast, me hearties — there’s a new store in downtown Sanford, and they be callin’ themselves The Pirate’s Cove.
Anyone who still hasn't finished shopping for Christmas presents isn't alone, according to a survey by Consumer Reports.
For two Lee County farmers, Christmastime isn’t just a holiday — it’s a way of life.
A Pittsboro woman was given the Leadership Triangle Economic Development Award for her work aiding small businesses in the area this week at a ceremony in Durham.
After months in the making, community leaders and members gathered Saturday to celebrate a cosmetic makeover in downtown.
The former Buggy Factory on Chatham Street may be put to new use, according to the Lee County Board of Commissioners' upcoming meeting agenda.
This week, we Take 5 with Bob Bridwell, the director of the Sanford/Lee County Planning & Development, on a variety of topics related to growth in Sanford and Lee County.
Pittsboro has been in the news lately due to a massive, and controversial, mixed-use development on it borders called Chatham Park. At a recent public meeting on the development, one of the dozens of people who spoke out was Tommy Drake, a strong supporter.
This Saturday, one of the longest-operating businesses in the area is inviting guests to celebrate its 125th anniversary with a day of music, food, vintage cars and tractors, and other old-timey fun.
After nearly a year and a half in Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, Lee Brick and Tile has surfaced with its leaders happy to be moving on and its creditors repaid.
The Sanford Area Chamber of Commerce has a packed week coming up for locals, kicked off by newly elected Mayor Chet Mann at the chamber’s Public Policy Luncheon this Monday.
One of Lee County's most established businesses is likely closing for good after this holiday season.
A North Carolina company with four stores in Lee County is once again embroiled in a lawsuit alleging discrimination against female employees.
In the spirit of Veterans Day, much of this column last week focused on veterans. This week, there's one more thing to share: a new lending program designed to give veterans a leg up in starting a business of their own.
The county's new economic development organization — which will merge the Lee County Economic Development Corporation and the Sanford Area Chamber of Commerce — has officially been named.
Following the recent death of owner Harold Hart, Hart Furniture Co. in Siler City is shutting down its wholesale and distribution division, located at 420 East Third St. in Siler City, and holding a massive liquidation sale.