While students looked forward to their summer months away from classes and homework, heavy hearts abounded at Lee Christian School Friday
Central Carolina Community College is host to the Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) program in Chatham, Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wake counties
As the seniors of Grace Christian School prepared to accept their diplomas, their tickets to the next chapter of their lives, school salutatorian Caleb Welborn
Nearly 1,000 students from Southern Lee and Lee County high schools received certificates this year for demonstrating their mastery of skills ranging from masonry and welding to Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Excel.
More than 280 people are the most recent graduates of the Central Carolina Community College’s Economic and Community Development Medical Programs Department, which held its graduation this week at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center.
The Lee County Board of Education asked the Lee County Board of Commissioners to fund an increase in teacher pay and additional personnel
Abigail Fancher has always had a knack for subjects like chemistry and algebra.
In a sendoff Friday filled with pomp and circumstance, the Central Carolina Community College Class of 2015 celebrated its achievements and looked ahead with confidence.
It has been a busy spring for Northwood High School’s visual arts teacher, Leslie Burwell.
Opportunity was the big winner as golfers wrapped up the second Central Carolina Community College Foundation Chatham Golf Classic May 13 at The Golf Club at Chapel Ridge.
For the high school seniors graduating from the Caterpillar Youth Apprenticeship Program this week, the certificates they received were nothing compared to the skills they had gained over the past two-and-a-half years
Several high school students from Chatham Charter School will add educational and leadership activities to their calendars this summer.
Central Carolina area students recently put their robotics abilities to the test during Central Carolina Community College’s High Touch/High Tech Weekend Workshop.
The Lee County Board of Education asked for $20 million from the Lee County Board of Commissioners Tuesday night when it finalized its budget request for the fiscal year 2015-16.
Coming off a successful session with third-graders at Deep River Elementary this spring, I Read, You Read is now recruiting volunteer mentors to read online once a week with students in July.
Registration has begun for Central Carolina Community College’s Youth Enrichment Series (YES) program in Lee County.
Art is many things to Wendy Bryant Motley. It’s her career. It’s her passion. But more than anything, it allows her to connect with the students she teaches in a way that allows them to discover their potential and learn about the world around them.
The Pittsboro Police Department on Friday announced the arrest of a former Northwood High School employee on allegations of embezzlement — upwards of $80,000 — following its joint investigation with the state Bureau of Investigation.
This week we feature John Cleetwood, a physical education teacher at J. Glenn Edwards Elementary School.
When parents hear that their child's school is in lockdown, they might fear the worst.
The Lee County Board of Education has started the search for a replacement now that board member Wendy Hughes Carlyle has resigned in order to serve as Lee County Schools' accountability and special projects coordinator.
This week, we Take 5 with Lesa Price and Karen Kennedy about the Sanford/Lee County Youth Council's “Race to Read 5K” event, which takes place next Saturday.
Casey Migliore, who has finished her doctorate with the Duke University School of Nursing, emphasized the importance of kidney function and spoke about kidney disease during her recent address to Central Carolina Community College second-level associate degree nursing students.
Chatham County Schools students from Chatham Central High School, Jordan-Matthews High School, and Northwood High School recently competed with students across the state