What began as five men in the Pinecrest Inn’s piano bar has turned into a 40-member chorus dedicated to musical fellowship and helping children in need.
The American Red Cross reportedly is serving six individuals impacted by a fire Thursday morning, which completely engulfed a mobile home in Southern Lee County.
People living on country roads likely have been wondering when their streets will be cleared of snow and ice by the yellow vehicles servicing other roads around town.
Students in Lee County Schools lagged behind the rest of the state in reading and math at nearly every grade level in the first year of Common Core testing, according to data released by the state Tuesday afternoon.
Almost stereotypically, local and national political leaders responded to the president's State of the Union address Tuesday night along party lines.
It can be hectic trying to keep four children dry and safe when they’re playing in the snow and ice that’s blanketing much of the central Carolina region right now.
With local high school military balls and proms just around the corner, one nonprofit is amassing dresses to help area girls experience a magical night.
The unemployment rate in North Carolina remained above average last month but is dropping faster than the national rate, according to government data released Tuesday — prompting one local official to predict that the downward trend would also hold true for Lee County.
As forecasts of snow remained varied on how many inches might actually fall in the area, school districts and local governments were still waiting to announce cancellations until late Tuesday or even early this morning.
Area drivers are urged to exercise caution — especially during the early morning and nighttime hours — while negotiating Lee County's wintry roads.
Students in Lee County Schools lagged behind the rest of the state in almost every reading and math measure in the first year of Common Core testing, according to data released by the state Tuesday afternoon.
Several school systems are reporting closings due to inclement weather Tuesday.
Several upcoming events and recent developments on the state level could have big economic effects on the state’s smallest county, Lee County.
The local American Red Cross is in desperate need of Lee County volunteers to join its Disaster Action Team.
Cyheem Williams is a big fan of Central Carolina Community College’s new Career Readiness Lab at Lee County’s Suzanne Reeves Library.
Jerry Batchelor's interest in photography began during his days in the United States Army.
The N.C. House District 54 seat, which represents all of Chatham County and parts of Lee County, has been relatively devoid of political drama since December when former Rep. Deb McManus was arrested and resigned.
This week, we Take 5 with Howard Bokhoven, the 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.
A local woman killed in a fiery wreck Wednesday night was known as an angel among her friends and family.
Two men reportedly came to Daphine Gravely’s house on Cox Mill Road Wednesday telling her they would give her a special one-day-only deal to reseal her driveway.
Carolina Animal Rescue and Adoption, a Sanford shelter, is getting musical.
City leaders took another step toward establishing an implementation timeline for the city's $14.5 million bond referendum items this week.
A Sanford church brought together a Moore County girl with kidney failure, a Lee County writer and a Harnett County legal assistant in a quest to get that little girl a new kidney.
The time, date and location for the city’s fourth annual Sanford Block Party has officially been set. All that’s missing are the volunteers.