After two instances in the last week of bicyclists being struck and killed by motor vehicles, Lee County’s sheriff urged pedestrians, bicyclists and drivers alike Wednesday to employ caution while on the roads.
Over the next three years, the Lee County Board of Commissioners and the Sanford City Council plan to move forward on bond projects, added infrastructure and utilities and other endeavors to aid in economic development, officials said at a joint city-county meeting Wednesday.
The Bob E. Hales Center, named after the late, longtime youth coach, may be renovated as a youth center in the coming years to engage young adults in sports and workshops, keep them off the streets and ultimately reduce crime in the area.
A Sanford bicyclist was killed Tuesday night in an accident at the intersection of U.S. 1 and Pendergrass Road, according to the N.C. Highway Patrol.
More than 100 area residents were invited to walk in opposition to coal ash this coming weekend to raise awareness and capture the attention of state officials during the county’s second anti-coal ash meeting, hosted by EnvironmentaLee Monday night.
Lee County nonprofits and churches which provide services in the community can now use an online database to track their clients as soon as March, staff of United Way of Lee County announced Tuesday.
Several people sustained injuries Wednesday morning in a head-on collision on Broadway Road, including one man who was airlifted and later died at the hospital, according to Sanford police.
When Dusty Phillips learned he had been nominated and chosen for The Herald’s Citizen of the Year recognition, he joined a long tradition of previous recipients by adamantly insisting he did not deserve it.
More than 100 area residents were invited to walk against coal ash this weekend to raise awareness and capture the attention of state officials during the county's second anti-coal ash meeting, hosted by EnvironmentaLee Monday.
New England residents, including some with Sanford ties now living in New York, spent the weekend preparing for a potentially historic storm expected to pummel several states and generate up to 3 feet of snow in many locations between Monday and Wednesday.
Authorities have pieced together the seconds leading up to the single-vehicle wreck that resulted in the death of a local man Saturday night.
Police reported Monday that the investigation into a shooting on Seventh Street over the weekend has been closed, and that the victim has declined to press charges.
Before the launch of Sanford Job Express late last year, getting to and from her job at the Dollar General on Lee Avenue was a trek for Takina Davis.
"I was walking to work in the mornings," Davis, who lives 5 miles away on Talley Avenue, said. "It would take me 45 to 50 minutes to get there from my house. That's a long walk. Then going to work and standing up all day, I was beat by the time I got back home. Sometimes I had to walk back home, too."
The Sanford Police Department has confirmed that the local man who was shot Saturday night during an incident on Seventh Street has been released from the hospital.
The N.C. Highway Patrol has confirmed that a local man was killed in a motor vehicle wreck on Riddle Road Saturday night after his vehicle veered off the road and caught fire.
When Officer Josh Weldon got out of his patrol car to investigate a party last February, he had no idea the Military Order of the Purple Heart would be honoring him almost a year later for sustaining a gunshot wound to the leg in the line of duty.
As the use of smart phones, tablets and laptops becomes more commonplace, Lee County educators and administrators are working to strike a balance between maximizing the benefits
Lee County's Shantel Bennett poured in a game-high 20 points and the Lady Yellow Jackets (8-10, 5-2) put away Gray's Creek for an easy 49-25 conference win Friday night.
This week, we Take 5 with Judi Womack, family caregiver specialist for The Enrichment Center, about a new program for caregivers. The program, called Powerful Tools for Family Caregivers, offers classes beginning in February.
A graduation ceremony for Central Carolina Community College's Adult High School/General Educational Development (GED) programs honored the achievements of more than 50 students, many of whom cited the importance of hard work and perseverance.