A local man has been charged in connection with a fatal stabbing that occurred Sunday morning.
Things are really looking up at the Salvation Army.
Some members of the public, including Lee County Commissioner Amy Dalrymple, were turned away from a public town hall held within the private Carolina Trace Gated Properties Friday night.
The costumes at the Boogie Fever Dance Competitions Saturday ranged from baseball players and race car drivers to elegant princesses and 1920s flappers — the one thing they seemed to have in common was sequins.
The Sanford Police Department is working a death investigation in the 1100 block of Juniper Drive
More than 6,700 gallons of wastewater spilled from various manholes throughout the city Friday, according to a state-mandated report from the city of Sanford.
This week, we Take 5 with Bob Joyce, president of the Sanford Area Chamber of Commerce.
Some high school seniors may be only just now starting to think about college. But at least one underclassman is several steps ahead, aspiring to attend medical school.
After a brief winter hiatus, Sanford 2nd Sunday — a monthly vendor fair meant to draw residents to downtown Sanford — is back.
A native Carthaginian is heading the effort to enact a North Carolina law requiring children to be educated about the threat of sexual abuse.
One positive report on the economy was not enough to make investors more confident.
Four trustees were named to the Central Carolina Community College board of trustees Thursday afternoon to fill the four seats left empty after a state law passed this summer removed the four incumbents.
State Sen. Martin Nesbitt, who this week stepped down as minority leader because of illness, died Thursday. He was 67.
Two Lee County nonprofits focused on early childhood education are joining together with hopes of wishing many locals "bon voyage" after their upcoming fundraiser, Anchors Aweigh for Literacy.
Investors were looking for any reason to look past the cold weather that has hampered the U.S. economy in the last few weeks, and they found it.
The Sanford Municipal Center was forced to close early Wednesday after a contractor reportedly pierced city hall’s fuel tank for its emergency generator, contaminating the center’s air and water lines.
Standing in a room full of people looking for work, Sanford Mayor Chet Mann said the city was refocusing on job growth and investing in its economic future.
Three former presidents of Central Carolina Community College have been inducted into The Order of The Long Leaf Pine, a prestigious award given by the governor of North Carolina.
Several weeks after two snowstorms shut down much of the state and a month before the third anniversary of the storm system that devastated Sanford, Raleigh and other nearby cities, Gov. Pat McCrory has declared a week of preparedness.
The Lee County Board of Education met Tuesday night. And while there wasn't much on the board's agenda, it was the beginning of a stretch of final meetings for two eight-year veterans of the board.
City Council members approved two rezoning requests in a short meeting Tuesday night.
Thanks to help from the Sanford-Lee County Community Development Department, a Lee County resident with severe epilepsy and her 10-year-old daughter are no longer worried about literally falling through the cracks.
Robin Owens grew up as a self-described military brat, facing uncertainty from frequent moves and a father who was deployed to a combat zone, and later becoming a military spouse and a mother and grandmother to several other military brats.
Relieved investors sent stocks sharply higher on Tuesday after Russia pulled troops back from the border of Ukraine.