The Fairview Dairy Bar burned overnight. There were still about 30 firefighters on scene at 7 this morning, although everything seems to be contained.
The closing arguments in the trial of a Sanford man, who is accused of murdering a convenience store clerk, came to an end Monday. The jury is expected to return to court this morning and deliberate on the verdict.
Sanford police charged a man with assault on a law enforcement officer after a confrontation, captured on video, turned physical Saturday.
As manufacturing becomes more high-tech, some educators and manufacturing professionals are trying to better prepare students for modern jobs.
Stocks shook off last week's doldrums and finished sharply higher Monday, driven by a round of corporate deal news and strong earnings from Citigroup.
When wish granters from the Make-a-Wish Foundation asked Evie Wentz what her wish would be, the 10-year-old already had sketches detailing her vision of a magic treehouse.
Transitions are hard.
That’s a generally applicable statement, right?
Bob Stevens spends his days doing everything from analyzing a budget to repairing broken sewage lines, picking up trash or dealing with angry people.
This week, we Take 5 with Barbara Flagg, the executive director of the Reach Out Crisis Pregnancy Center, which has offices in Gulf and Sanford.
A local teenager has been arrested and charged in connection with the armed robbery of the Short Stop convenience store in Jonesboro on June 22.
A Siler City man has been charged in connection with a shooting death that occurred in early June.
In response to a number of violent crimes in the city, many Sanford residents are turning to recreational and extracurricular activities for the area's youth as a means of curbing the crime rate.
City residents who continually violate city ordinances for overgrown vegetation, unkempt lawns, trash or junk vehicles in yards may receive fewer notices before the city removes the violation and bills the property owner for the expense.
Some of Donald Jackson's friends and neighbors may think he was given a home, but on Saturday, he'll set the record straight.
In the 1800s, hundreds of people worked in crews on the banks of the Deep River, digging ore out of the ground and melting down the metal at the Endor Iron Furnace.
Stocks fell Thursday as worries about the soundness of a European bank spooked U.S. investors, prompting them to sell off stocks and snap up less risky assets like gold and governments bonds.
Gov. Pat McCrory said Thursday he'd veto any North Carolina budget plan on his desk that raises teacher pay dramatically like the Senate wants because it would mean huge cuts elsewhere to pay for it.
As the murder trial of a Sanford man — who has admitted to the shooting — came closer to its conclusion Wednesday, the strategy of his defense team became more clear.
Nearly 800,000 North Carolinians are veterans, and more than a third of the state's 9.8 million person population is connected to the military in some way, according to the state government.
A $300,000 award from the N.C. Department of Transportation will add another dimension to the sidewalk improvement projects the city began last year, the city engineer said at Sanford City Council's law and finance meeting Wednesday.
The flowers that once adorned the graves of the Jonesboro Cemetery were scattered across the ground and surrounding roads on Wednesday after a large storm rolled through Sanford.
One brother was arrested and another sustained non-life-threating injuries after a domestic incident turned violent Monday night, according to police.
The Lee County Rest Home and Nursing Home Advisory Board, responsible for ensuring local nursing homes are complying with standards of good
According to Chinese legend, Pan Gu, one of the first people on earth, stretched the sky and the earth apart with his arms and legs for 1,800 years until he died of exhaustion from the hard work of keeping the two separated.