Niche.com rated Lee Early College as the 48th best public high school in North Carolina in its annual rankings of the top 100 schools in each state and across the nation.
After the 10-year veteran of the office took early retirement in November, Lee County's new register of deeds will start officially after the Christmas holiday on Dec. 29.
To anyone driving down Harvey Faulk Road in December, the house decked in bright, colorful lights may seem like an ornate visual display.
Members of the Lee County Board of Commissioners and the Sanford-based group EnvironmentaLee were unhappy with, but not surprised by, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s decision Friday to treat coal ash more like household garbage than a hazardous material.
This week, we Take 5 with Roger Bailey, the executive director of The Stevens Center, about the center’s Stepping Stones Children’s Center.
The Helping Hand Clinic saves many lives each year by providing low-income, uninsured people with medical care at no charge, and with the help of a recent donation by Modern Woodmen of America, it can assist an additional 375 people in the coming year.
Minnesota-based conglomerate 3M’s sale of its Static Control division to Desco Industries will not affect the 150 employees at the Sanford site on J R Industrial Drive, according to a Desco spokesman.
Lee County sheriff’s deputies apprehended nine Sanford men Thursday who allegedly owe back child support — in amounts ranging from a few thousand dollars to $50,000 — during an operation expected to yield numerous additional arrests.
The 10 young men and women who spoke to guests at the Boys & Girls Club of Sanford Thursday afternoon all followed different paths. One was a U.S. Marine. One played football for Campbell University. Others attended colleges across the state.
A new study contracted by a Greensboro nonprofit found the expansion of Medicaid in North Carolina by 2016 could lead to more than 300 jobs and health coverage for more than 3,000 people in Lee County by 2020.
The N.C. Legislature may have taken away local government's control regarding Duke Energy's plans to dump up to 12 million tons of coal ash in Moncure over the next five years, but the Chatham County Board of Commissioners is far from silent on its stance on the subject.
The Sanford City Council remains at odds as to whether to officially ask the N.C. Legislature to make city council elections nonpartisan again starting in January.
After a presentation Monday by the county director of strategic services during the Lee County Board of Commissioners meeting, the board chairman is now more, not less, worried about coal ash coming to Sanford.
The mother of a 15-year-old Lee County High School student is seeking an attorney after an incident Saturday in which police were called to the school and were filmed pepper spraying her daughter.
A Sanford police officer who fought for his country, his city and his life now will be able to watch his children grow for many years to come — thanks to a kidney transplant and the help of community donations during a fundraiser this week.
The Sanford City Council will discuss asking the N.C. legislature to repeal the law making the city of Sanford elections partisan at Tuesday's council meeting.
Hands-on weapons training is an important component of any North Carolina concealed carry handgun class. But other states, some of which have reciprocity with North Carolina, offer online training for concealed carry permits that do not ever require applicants to pick up a gun.
The Lee County Board of Commissioners, with a new Democratic majority, will vote a second time Monday to reinstate a gun ordinance repealed by the previous Republican-controlled board which would prohibit concealed carry permit holders from bringing concealed weapons onto country property.
Despite Travis Faison’s criminal record indicative of a troubled past, family members say that doesn’t describe the Travis they knew.
This week, we Take 5 with Sanford Mayor Chet Mann to discuss several projects the city is undertaking, including Downtown Revitaization, improvemets to city parks, and the Sanford Lee County Partnership for Prosperity.
In the 1980s, Jane Stevens had an idea — “to create a place where people with disabilities were treated like first-class people.”