Members of the Sanford Lions Club have always take pride in the Lee Regional Fair they host every year, but for the first time since 2009, they now have bragging rights that come with being the best fair of its size in North Carolina.
Lee County residents could expect to see more than 1,600 trucks for each hydraulic fracturing operation that comes to the area, which could cause extensive road and bridge damage and take weeks to repair, according to the N.C. Department of Transportation.
Family Promise of Lee County, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping homeless families, continues to stay afloat, despite a lack of grant funding, with the assistance of Lee County residents through volunteering and donations.
Ebony Price knows she was born in Sanford. She knows she was born at 10:57 a.m. on March 2, 1990. She knows she weighed 6 pounds and 6 ounces at the time of her birth.
The Lee and Chatham county representatives to the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners Legislative Goals Conference this week spearheaded an effort to make returning power to local governments when it comes to coal ash storage a priority for the N.C. General Assembly’s 2015 session.
This week, we Take 5 with Howard Bokhoven, president of the Lee County Community Foundation, about the foundation's work in Lee County. Bokhoven is a financial advisor for Edward Jones in Sanford.
Col. Ret. Ronald J. Rabin, R-Lee, was sworn in this week for his second two-year term representing the 12th District in the North Carolina Senate — which includes Harnett, Lee, and Johnston Counties.
While most parents have a laundry list of worries when their teenagers start driving, a fear of their child’s blood sugar dropping dangerously low while behind the wheel is not usually among them — unless their child has type-1 diabetes.
With three bond ratings in hand, city of Sanford staff expect to receive favorable interest rates next week on the $8.5 million the city plans to use for part of the sidewalk and streetscape projects set to begin this spring.
One lucky Lee County couple and some close friends will get an opportunity tonight not often seen in an era of agents and press offices — a personalized concert in their own home from one of their favorite bands.
Despite protests from one member, the Lee County Board of Education passed a resolution this week asking the N.C. General Assembly to repeal a 2013 law that made that board and the Sanford City Council elections partisan.
More than 2,200 gallons of untreated wastewater spilled into the Little Buffalo and Big Buffalo Creek from seven different manholes on Monday, according to the Sanford Public Works Department.
Local officials, area residents and others will unite again later this month to deal with the issue of prescription drug abuse and overdose in the community.
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While Lee County officials and residents continue to fight to keep Duke Energy from storing up to 8 million tons of coal ash in Sanford, management for the Anson County Landfill, the alternate location for the material, are hopeful Duke Energy will send some their way.
Signs, stickers and a banner that read "Duke of Pollution: Don't Dump Coal Ash on our Communities" were among the ways anti-coal ash activists expressed their hard-line stance during a gathering Monday night, which was hosted by the local environmental group EnvironmentaLee.
Fueling up vehicles, checking chainsaws and taking stock of the city's salt and sand supplies were just some of the preparations that kept city of Sanford employees busy
After more than 30 years at WWGP-WFJA Radio, receiving more than 60 awards and recognitions and serving on countless boards in the community, Lee County luminary Margaret Murchison is finally starting to slow down — but not too much.
With less than half of the school year remaining, Lee County school resource officers and school administrators have seen a noticeable drop in disciplinary issues compared to previous years.
Heavy rain left a stretch of Traceway North in the Carolina Trace community flooded and impassable for more than two hours Monday morning, and according to the National Weather Service, Lee County residents can expect showers and the possiblity of freezing rain to continue throughout the week.
The Herald is soliciting nominations for two of its most prestigious honors: Citizen of the Year and the Lifetime Achievement Award.
As part of an online talent competition, Sanford band Brick City South has worked hard during the last few months to share its love of music with the nation. As the competition wraps up this week, the band needs continued community support through votes and donations to give other children the gift of music.
United Way of Lee County will roll out a new database later this month as a way to connect local nonprofits and churches to better assist those in need by keeping more detailed records on clients and eliminating redundancies.
Sewing machines buzzed and dazzling displays of handmade quilts lined the booths in the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center Friday and Saturday as crafting enthusiasts from across North Carolina gathered for the sixth annual Quilting and Fiber Art Marketplace.