The original bloodsucker, Dracula, whose name is synonymous with vampire, will be taking the stage at The Temple Theatre today as the theater opens its performance of a brand new interpretation of Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel by the same name.
State and local officials discussed Tuesday how Lee County will continue on its path of revitalization using multiple modes of transportation, including roads, airports and sidewalks, to create connectivity throughout Sanford and all of Lee County.
Lee County JROTC cadets are busy preparing to host more than 1,600 competitors from 30 schools across three states for the annual Tri-Meet on Saturday at Southern Lee High School.
The candidates for the Lee County Board of Education, running along partisan lines for the first time ever, agreed unanimously that partisan politics had no place in school policy during The Sanford Herald’s Candidate Forum Tuesday night at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center.
A crowd of local residents and visitors lined up outside Hobby Lobby in Sanford for its grand opening on Monday to witness another step toward a more prosperous future for the city — which has fought to recover in recent years from both a natural disaster and prolonged recession.
As Election Day creeps closer, campaign signs continue to disappear — costing candidates time, money and possibly even votes.
For the first time ever, two women stood in the Lee County Magistrate’s Office on Horner Boulevard to receive their marriage license Monday.
Despite recent criticisms by some Lee County Board of Commissioners candidates about an uncompromising, aggressive and polarized board, current board and other commissioner candidates disagree.
With the death toll from the recent outbreak of the Ebola virus climbing above 4,000 worldwide and the first Ebola death in the United States in Texas on Wednesday, Lee County medical and emergency personnel are working to ensure they're ready to deal with infected individuals at a moment's notice.
Mallory Cobb has first-hand knowledge on how Central Carolina Community College’s Promoting Active Learning and Service (PALS) program can have a positive effect on one’s life.
About 1,500 people, including Lee County residents, will celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness Month with a half-mile walk, food and a talent show Sunday at the 16th annual Buddy Walk hosted by the Triangle Down Syndrome Network.
This week, we Take 5 with Dr. Brian Smith, chairman of the Boys & Girls Club of Sanford/Lee County’s “Celebrate Youth” Committee
The future of driver's education in Lee County and North Carolina is uncertain thanks to a change in the N.C. General Assembly's budget that cuts all funding to driver's ed programs across the state beginning July 1, 2015.
More than 80 local professional women gathered Thursday to discover how their peers are breaking barriers in the business world and how they can do the same in their own lives.
The new voting laws that will govern elections in North Carolina starting in 2016 came under fire during a candidate forum hosted by the Lee County chapter of the NAACP at the Lee County Arts and Community Center Thursday night.
A Raleigh-based public policy group is calling on a local politician to use a $4,000 donation received during the 2011-2012 election cycle to provide teachers with classroom supplies or pay for textbooks for Lee and Harnett counties.
The Sanford City Council passed a resolution to support the Central Carolina Community College bond referendums Tuesday and two city council members met with two Lee County commissioners along with staff to discuss other ongoing projects at a joint meeting Wednesday.
The flames of dozens of candles burned in the Central Carolina Community College courtyard this week in recognition of the victims, past, present and future, of domestic violence.
The 60 children of the First Presbyterian Church Child Development Center got a hands-on fire safety lesson Tuesday morning when a fire engine from the Sanford Fire Department pulled into the parking lot.
A local environmental group will be performing baseline air quality monitoring at several sites across Lee County thanks to a $2,400 environmental testing grant from Technical Education Research Centers, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit organization.
After a sometimes tense discussion between candidates for Lee County Sheriff focused on gang prevention tactics and community policing, the candidates for the N.C. House District 51 seat took the stage during The Sanford Herald's Candidate Forum at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center Tuesday night to offer stances on everything from public education spending to hydraulic fracturing.
Lee County Commissioner candidates discussed the party polarization on the current board in regards to the recently repealed gun ordinance and incentives for businesses to relocate at the Sanford Herald-sponsored forum Tuesday.
The Lee County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution 4-3 Monday repealing a local gun ordinance banning licensed concealed carry holders from bringing concealed weapons into Lee County public buildings.
Lee County candidates in five contested races discussed improving economic development in Lee County through the school system and incentives for businesses to relocate