The death of a Sanford man involved in a single-vehicle wreck last week brought the number of vehicle-related fatalities in Lee County to 12 since January, more than double the number of people killed in wrecks in 2014.
The opening of the two roundabouts at the intersection of Hawkins Avenue and U.S. 1 Friday signified a lot more than an end to construction work and detours for Debbie Spears.
Joe’s New York Deli and Lounge, 103 Wicker St., has closed its doors after only three months — yet another restaurant to come and go at that location.
This week, we Take 5 with Jay Randolph, the valedictorian of the Class of 2015 at Southern Lee High School. Jay is the son of Jimmy and Julie Randolph.
Lee County residents planning to celebrate Independence Day with a bang have plenty of fireworks and sparklers to choose from at places like the A & B Family Fireworks Sales tent on South Horner Boulevard.
Independence Day is fast approaching, and the skies above Sanford will explode with colors and "booms" come Saturday during Ammons Farm's Annual 4th of July Celebration.
Construction for Sanford's new Veterans Affairs outpatient clinic is underway with concrete for its external walls to be poured next week and the entire project expected to be completed around the end of the year.
With a new fiscal year beginning on Wednesday, city officials reflected on the positive changes made in the 2015-16 budget
While Facebook and Twitter can fuel controversies such those brewing over the Confederate Flag and the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on gay marriage, social media also can provide opportunities to businesses not available through more traditional methods.
Action, a 7-year-old Border Collie owned by Sanford resident Bonnie Buchanan, was one of many local dogs to put their best paw forward in the recently released movie “Max.”
After hopes that a multi-sport complex could be built at Sanford's O.T. Sloan Park, as of Tuesday that dream will most likely not be feasible at that site.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office will provide residents selling or buying items through online sites, such as Craigslist or OfferUp, with a safe place to do business starting today thanks to the Community Policing Unit.
On Tuesday, Susan King left HAVEN in Lee County for the final time as its executive director, and today Sherry Overton Shudra takes her place.
More solar farms could crop up in Lee County in the coming years if local boards approve an amendment to zoning rules this summer.
Tuition at North Carolina community colleges has traditionally been among the lowest in the Southeast.
Sharon Womble remembers when, as a teacher's assistant at Deep River Elementary School, she spent most of her time grading papers and preparing lesson plans.
With the U.S. Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling that the U.S. Constitution guarantees gay couples the right to marry, same-sex couples across the country rejoiced.
This week, we Take 5 with Terrell Jones, director of the Lee County Health Department. Jones has been with the department since August of 2011 and has a background in public health, particularly environmental health, at both the county and state level.
The musket cartridges that participants at the House in the Horseshoe's first-ever Backcountry Militia Day Camp made Friday were much less lethal, and much more sugary, than those used by the men involved in the skirmish at the residence in 1781.
Three Lee County High School softball players, who are all returning Lady Yellow Jackets, helped the Region 4 team to a 3-1 record and a bronze medal at the Powerade State Games of North Carolina Tuesday and Wednesday.
A Sanford woman is being held under no bond after being arrested on a charge of using herion to murder her boyfriend, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office reported Thursday.
The American Red Cross volunteers at the nonprofit’s open house Thursday afternoon asked attendees many questions about how they stayed safe and what they could do to keep their community safe.
The thrill of searching for hidden treasures, the exhilaration of finding that diamond in the rough, the satisfaction of paying 50 cents for a painting or pot worth hundreds if not thousands of dollars.