Monday is the deadline for residents to sign up for health insurance coverage or face a penalty from the federal government under the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare.
This week, we Take 5 with Satana Deberry, executive director of the North Carolina Housing Coalition.
Seven men and women joined Lee County’s law enforcement ranks as the newest School Resource Officers on Friday.
Worried about getting a fair shake from investigators, Duke Energy is asking a judge to shield its records from North Carolina regulators and environmental groups while a federal criminal probe is ongoing.
A positive report on U.S. consumer spending helped push stocks mostly higher Friday for the first time in three days.
Private companies like Hobby Lobby have attracted significant attention in the debate over the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate recently, but public agencies are struggling with it, too.
The name “Lazarus,” owing to the story of a man by that name raised from the dead by Jesus in the New Testament, typically connotes restoration to life.
My 15-year-old daughter has asked me for permission to sign up for a free medical training in first aid for war.
It was a bad day to be an investor in Citigroup or tech stocks.
Sanford City Council members on Wednesday debated changing the acreage requirement to hunt deer during the city’s urban archery season.
Gathered at a Pinehurst church, dozens of anti-fracking activists from Central Carolina heard national speakers spread their environmental gospel late into Tuesday night.
Kozak Mykhailo Gavryluk, one of the heroes of Maidan — Independence Square in Kyiv — came to the city to participate in protests in the beginning of December, right after he saw on TV how the students had been beaten by riot police on Nov 30.
An executed search warrant for drugs at a local convenience store resulted in multiple arrests and the seizure of weapons, counterfeit items and suspected narcotics Wednesday.
The stock market continued its recent pattern of one step forward, one step back.
The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Sanford-based Static Control Components, a competitor of printer maker Lexmark International Inc., can move forward with a lawsuit accusing Lexmark of disparaging its business.
I am Ukrainian. I am a mother of two kids. My husband is a pastor of a church. We live in Kyiv, capital of Ukraine.
Dissipating (dispersing) into the selenian (of-the-moon) light Monday night, many losing spelling bee teams probably wanted a mulligan (second chance).
North Carolina regulators say Duke Energy has repaired a crack in a dam at a coal ash pit near the Cape Fear River.
Stocks got a lift Tuesday as health care companies bounced back after a heavy sell-off.
The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a competitor of printer maker Lexmark International Inc. can move forward with a lawsuit accusing the company of disparaging its business.
Last year, television producers considered Bo's Hot Rods and Restorations as a reality TV show site. The show never came about, but the luxury car shop recently has been providing drama of its own.
With five years and more than 1,500 members under its belt, the Sandhills Farm to Table Cooperative intends to reach out to a new crop of folks interested in local produce.
The team of spellers from Central Carolina Community College showed the meaning of higher education Monday night, outlasting dozens of other teams to win the 15th annual Beginning Life with Books spelling bee.
Too many local children — and their parents — aren't in great shape, according to the lead nurse for Lee County Schools. So for that reason, all Lee County families are invited to a free health-centered bonanza tonight at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center.