The Moore County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a State of the Schools where members will be provided an update from Dr. Aaron Spence, Superintendent of the Moore County Schools.
With less than two weeks until Peter Cottontail makes his rounds, families can celebrate the upcoming holiday with several Easter activities throughout Central Carolina in the coming days.
In a bid to curb prescription pill misuse and other problems, several Central Carolina counties will hold Operation Medicine Drop events in conjunction with National Poison Prevention Week, which began Monday.
Moore County Sheriff Lane Carter is requesting the public’s help in identifying the suspect responsible for the attempted kidnapping of a 13-year-old child.
A judge upheld local law enforcement leaders’ enforcement of the state’s Internet sweepstakes and video gambling ban Monday — denying an injunction request by challengers.
Lee County residents may see a 6.8 percent increase in their homeowners insurance costs this summer in light of a settlement agreement signed this week by the state's insurance commissioner.
A bill now in committee in the N.C. Senate would move Lee County into a new economic region based around Charlotte, with the goal of centralizing decisions about business marketing and recruiting, as well as matters with the N.C. departments of commerce, transportation, and environment.
FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital has added a new layer of security to its Women & Children’s Services unit to help ensure the safety of its youngest patients.
HopeFest is a brand new “grass roots” event bringing together popular Christian musicians, churches, community businesses and other friends to benefit the boys and girls living at Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina’s (BCH) Cameron Boys Camp and Camp Duncan.
If the USDA stops its meat and poultry inspections for two weeks, as the agency’s director has said could happen, the move will come as a surprise to many local farmers, processors and retailers whose livelihoods depend on consumers’ love of burgers, hot dogs, chicken nuggets and much more.
Despite several scattered inches of snow throughout Lee County Saturday, a majority of the snow will melt with warmer temperatures scheduled for today and Monday.
Lee County native Neil Godfrey is set to take the helm of the Moore County Sheriff's Department after the announcement of the retirement of long-time Sheriff Lane Carter.
A West End man has been ordered to serve a minimum of 12 years in prison after pleading guilty recently in a 2010 vehicular death case.
The investigation was conducted throughout various parts of Moore County, according to a sheriff’s office release, and 35 doses of Hydrocodone prescription pills and a gram of methamphetamine were seized.
An earlier-than-expected surge of winter weather hit the Central Carolina area late Friday morning, causing cold, icy conditions — but the worst seems to be over, according to the National Weather Service.
Drivers in Lee County and the surrounding area could be in for a messy evening commute, according to the National Weather Service, courtesy of winter weather expected to hit the region this afternoon.
Smoke from grills and cigars wafted through the air Saturday morning as hundreds gathered in a grassy field just off U.S. 1 in eastern Moore County to voice their opposition to gun control.
After enjoying some spring-like temperatures in recent weeks, area residents are now enduring the worst winter weather yet and could be facing treacherous commuting conditions this morning.
“If people don't know what to do with their lives, I send them to Central Carolina Community College!” said Kimberly Neiss of Cameron, a 2010 graduate of the college and a single mother of 10.
Revelers looking to ring in the new year in Lee County will be in for a treat if they're fans of good, old-fashioned Americana music.
With the nation still reeling from the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School last week in Newtown, Conn., local schools are taking varied approaches in dealing with their own students this week.
The man chosen as Moore County's interim manager was not just a good man, according to a close colleague and friend — he was a great man.