“I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”
A federal court judge approved a temporary restraining order this week against members of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office in connection with a 2009 lawsuit, which alleges excessive force by multiple deputies.
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’s early Thursday morning, and after an employee left on a tow truck call, T.J. Kellam began work on a 2010 Chevrolet Silverado.
A local nonprofit that assists low-income residents with housing now finds itself in need of financial help.
Sanford is officially a "dot on the map" for heavy-duty trucking fleets equipped with compressed natural gas (CNG) engines now that GAIN Clean Fuel's natural gas station is in operation.
When the agents of the Drug Enforcement Division of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office initiated what would become a year-long investigation into major cocaine and methamphetamine
The Sanford Area Growth Alliance has announced the official launch of its www.growsanfordnc.com website for public use.
A Sanford woman and her 15-year-old son face criminal charges after a domestic dispute ended in violence last week, according to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office.
Since she moved to Sanford and began attending the Lee County Enrichment Center's annual Gay '90s luncheon at the age of 92, Helen Kronenberger always looked forward to being the most senior woman at the gathering.
Duke Energy's contractor, Charah, will meet one-on-one with residents who would be affected by coal ash storage in Sanford — a project that still awaits state approval.
If the Lee County Board of Commissioners raises the property tax rate by 7.5 cents in fiscal year 2015-16
Following four recent traffic fatalities on Lee County roads, state and local law enforcement officials urge motorists to exercise caution going into the Memorial Day holiday weekend — including buckling up, slowing down and planning ahead.
The N.C. Highway Patrol has identified the victims in the fatal wreck near the intersection of Swanns Station Road and U.S. 421 Monday morning that left two dead and one seriously injured.
When Marian Chriscoe discovered she had amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, in 2012, her daughter, Kristen Carlyle, was amazed at her mother’s response.
Lee County Manager John Crumpton has recommended a 7.5-cent property tax increase for the 2015-16 fiscal year Monday – a change that would mean an additional $75 assessment to residents for every $100,000 worth of property.
Two people were killed and one was seriously injured in a three-vehicle wreck near the intersection of U.S. 421 and Swanns Station Road Monday morning.
According to the N.C. Highway Patrol, Thomas Allen Ray, 62, of Bunnlevel, was traveling north on U.S. 421 when his GMC truck crossed the center line and struck a southbound Ford truck driven byElinito Ortega Saustegui, 37, of Sanford, head on shortly before noon. Both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene.
For some high school students, summer is an opportunity to sit by the pool and read a book. For others, it is the chance to get a part-time job and earn some money.
When Augustina Aragon came to Sanford in 1999, she and her family did not have the proper documentation to rent an apartment in their own name.
Traffic slowed on U.S. northbound Friday morning between Moore County and Chatham County as 17 members of the Sanford Police Department ran
This week, we Take 5 with Kate Berrien, Medical Home project manager for North Carolina Community Care Networks (NCCCN).
After suffering a health emergency that left him hospitalized, former Lt. Gov. Dennis Wicker reportedly was in better condition Friday.
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
With two “joysticks” in hand, Eddie Deal directs the arm of the knuckleboom truck to the pile of well-used mattresses abandoned on the berm of a Sanford street.
"His contagious smile and his love for life."