Representatives from the Lee County Board of Education, Central Carolina Community College and county-funded nonprofits all tried to find ways to do as much, or more, with less when they met with the Lee County Board of Commissioners on Friday morning during its first budget work session.
The Lee County Board of Commissioners will meet Monday night, with plans to discuss spending on next year’s budget — and specifically to seek input from the general public.
School may still be in session, but the warm weather's not waiting for the final bell; high temperatures are starting to drive locals to area pools, and turning the minds of many to water safety.
The N.C. Department of Commerce's most recent unemployment figures point in mostly one direction: down — a trend that included Lee County. Figures for 99 of the state's 100 counties, announced Wednesday, dropped from March's numbers.
A local man, who took the Lee Board of Commissioners to court over an allegedly illegal town hall meeting, dropped his lawsuit Tuesday afternoon.
Proposed legislation with the potential to shut down Lee County's baseline ambient air quality monitor passed its second reading in the North Carolina Senate on Thursday in a vote of 37-31.
A Memorial Day program will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Monday at the North Carolina Veterans Memorial in Broadway. The event is organized by Stanley McLeod VFW Post 5631.
More than 20 high school seniors officially have a two-year head start on their peers, having graduated from Lee Early College with both a high school diploma and an associate's degree.
The Lee County Board of Commissioners approved a referendum concerning $23 million in bonds for Central Carolina Community College at its Thursday night meeting.
With Memorial Day weekend right around the corner, parks throughout the region are gearing up for big holiday crowds.
School's nearly out, so that means summer camps are just around the corner.
Legislation that would officially end North Carolina's moratorium on fracking next summer has cleared the state Senate after some additional changes that backers say will improve safety and any potential cleanup.
The results of the Democratic primary for the Lee County Board of Education remain unchanged after a recount.
The Enrichment Center of Lee County filled up Wednesday for the annual Gay '90s luncheon, which honors Lee County citizens who are "90 years old and better."
Homeowners in the town of Broadway likely will see their property tax rates remain stable for at least another year, although everyone who pays water, sewer or trash pickup fees to the town could be required to pay more.
Facing rising costs and lingering effects from the loss of sales tax revenue last year, Broadway officials are considering raising monthly fees for water, sewer and solid waste pickup.
After a year-and-a-half long process to be licensed to practice law in North Carolina, Kerry Schmid was sworn in as the new Lee County attorney when the board of commissioners met this week.
The Lee County Board of Education officially requested a budget increase from the county of several million dollars on Tuesday night.
More than 200 people spent their Saturday mornings sweating as they pedaled up hills and around rural roads in Lee and Chatham counties. They were rewarded with food, beer and playful puppies.
Interest in science-focused summer camps for younger students and high school-level career academies is growing, and last year, nearly every single Lee County senior who had taken career and technical education classes graduated.
After his last plan for raising teacher pay was received less than enthusiastically, Gov. Pat McCrory announced further steps Wednesday to bolster funding for education in North Carolina — news that was deemed a positive development locally.
Pending a recount, Mark Akinosho, Ophelia Livingston and Shawn Williams have come closer to membership on the Lee County Board of Education, having been the top three vote-getters in Tuesday's Democratic primary.
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