Around 2,000 children and their families strolled down Jack-O-Lantern Lane Saturday going door to door to trick-or-treat for an early taste of Halloween at the 13th annual No Scare Fair.
The odds literally were about one in a million — but local convenience store owner Shaileshkumar Patel, of Sanford, beat them when he scratched off a ticket in the North Carolina Education Lottery’s $1 million Jackpot game.
A onetime American Idol contestant and a nurse turned congressman are opposing each other in a race for the U.S. House of Representatives District 2 seat
Looking at Carlos Mencia, who tours internationally and starred in his own show on Comedy Central, “Mind of Mencia,” it would be difficult to guess that the Honduran comedian got his start performing stand-up comedy in gentleman’s clubs.
This week, during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we Take 5 with Amelia M. Jeyapalan, MD, FACS, of Pinehurst Surgical, about breast cancer.
When undocumented immigrants commit a felony in the United States, they are deported after serving their sentence. Attempting to re-enter the U.S. after being deported is illegal as well.
Since Central Carolina Community College’s beginnings over 50 years ago, the college has been a partner with Lee County in economic growth and enriching the quality of life for its residents.
Lee County residents will vote on four Central Carolina Community College bonds totaling $23 million on Nov. 4.
Thursday morning at 10:40 a.m. means it’s reading time for three third-graders at Tramway Elementary.
A raffle held by Rep. Mike Stone (R-Lee) to support his 2012 campaign is under fire from Raleigh-based public policy group Progress NC Action
A fire that broke out at Mundo Latino on Industrial Drive Tuesday night did not cause any injuries, but the blaze has forced the business to close temporarily.
A Sanford man was arrested Tuesday after a month-long investigation into a mid-level heroin trafficking supplier in Lee County, conducted by the Lee County Sheriff's Office and other law enforcement agencies, according to the sheriff's office.
The Lee County Board of Commissioners passed two resolutions earlier this week, advocating for fewer concealed carry restrictions at the state and federal level by a 4–3 margin — coinciding with the county's recent gun ordinance changes.
As a part of a weeklong tour with stops in 18 cities, Judge Eric Levinson and Judge John Tyson stopped in at the Lee County Courthouse Wednesday to meet voters and discuss the role and purpose of the state's courts and introduce themselves as candidates in this year's election.
Six candidates will appear on the ballot for three open seats on the Lee County Board of Education. The race is partisan for the first time ever, and three Democrats and three Republicans are running. See their responses to The Herald’s candidate questionnaire on pages B5-7.
Federal, state, and local authorites said Tuesday they arrested 15 people, including six from Lee County, and seized more than $3 million worth of drugs after a yearlong investigation into a cocaine and crystal methamphetamine trafficking organization.
The more than 20 children at the Lee County Arts and Community Center danced, laughed and sang as they took part in the national “Read for the Record” campaign Tuesday morning to promote early literacy.
For the two men seeking the job, Lee County’s first contested sheriff’s race in eight years boils down to a simple question: is the sheriff’s office broken?
If a picture is worth a thousand words, the paintings and sculptures of the 53 artists participating in the Sanford Brush and Palette Club 2014 Art Show tell quite a story.
The Lee County Arts Council soon will host its annual fundraising event, the Shared Abundance Dinner, to bolster arts activities in the local area.
The sharp commands of cadet officers of the Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps calling orders to their drill teams rang out across the Southern Lee High School parking lot Saturday morning as more than 1,500 cadets from 30 schools competed in SLHS's sixth annual Tri-Meet.
While job creation in Lee County has been one of the most discussed issues this election cycle, state House of Representatives District 54 candidates have their own solutions for attracting new business
This week, we Take 5 with Heather McKenzie, executive director of Communities In Schools of Lee County, about CIS and its upcoming “Second Chance Prom.”
Sixty survivors from the Central Carolina Hospital breast cancer support group were enveloped in pink and a “touch of elegance with a whole lot of fun” this week as the guests of honor at the third annual Pamper Yourself Night Out — hosted by the CCH Auxiliary.