Lee County Schools will have a two-hour delay for students and staff on Tuesday.
The temperature dipped below freezing Monday afternoon, leading to sleet and freezing rain all around the central part of the state.
All local areas were hit by the storm, which stretched from Albermarle to the coast.
Russia's military advance into Ukraine rattled global markets Monday.
Two men have been charged in connection with the death of Chavez Lamar Spearman, 21, of Lillington.
North Carolina Democrats say they've got the energy and voters on their side heading into the 2014 legislative elections because of what Republicans in charge of state government did in 2013.
In the U.S. Army, there are Rangers; and in high school Junior ROTC, there are Raiders.
Organic farming has become all the rage in many parts of Central Carolina, although the trend seems to have skipped Lee County.
President Barack Obama on Saturday called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to de-escalate the tense atmosphere in Ukraine by pulling his forces back to bases in the country's Crimean region and to refrain from interfering elsewhere in the former Soviet republic.
Russian troops took over the strategic Crimean peninsula Saturday without firing a shot. The newly installed government in Kiev was powerless to react, and despite calls by U.S. President Barack Obama for Russia to pull back its forces, Western governments had few options to counter Russia's military moves.
Central Carolina Hospital CEO Doug Doris will retire at the end of March, having led the hospital for the better part of a decade.
With one final announcement Friday morning, filing for political office ended with all but two local races set for competitive matches this fall.
Nearly 100 Lee County students will navigate, take aim and fire throughout the day Saturday in a bid to be named the best in the region.
This week, we Take 5 with staff members of San-Lee Park about the upcoming “Ranger Zoe’s Trails & Tails Walk” and other events. Ranger Steve Godfrey, administration and marketing assistant Lora W. Kelley and Lee County Parks & Recreation Director John Payne contributed to the responses.
After two months of trading, the stock market is back where it started.
The Sanford Herald received 19 awards — recognizing the work of the newspaper’s advertisement and news staffs for 2013 — from the North Carolina Press Association Thursday.
A death investigation is still in the early stages after a Harnett County man was found dead with a gunshot wound in a Sanford driveway Wednesday evening.
Lee County Board of Commissioners Chairman Charlie Parks and fellow Republican Jim Womack ended weeks of speculation that they wouldn’t seek re-election, announcing in separate statements they wouldn’t pursue second terms on the board Thursday.
In updating new members of Sanford City Council, city staff concluded it's less expensive to maintain its outsourcing of utility billing and current lockbox services Wednesday afternoon.
One local company is establishing ties with business leaders in Botswana, having met with the African country's ambassador to the United States last week.
The stock market is struggling to take it to the next level.
Two men came to West Lee Middle School on Wednesday and proceeded to light chemicals on fire, cause miniature explosions and even expose various foods to combustion and electrocution.
Lee County Schools leaders met Tuesday night to determine how to make up for instructional time lost to recent snow days, and they ended up giving students yet another day off.
Two Republican incumbents are hoping to keep their respective seats as election filing continues this week.
One Lee County nonprofit is not only hoping local residents will spend a night in a cardboard box come spring — it's counting on it.