Lee County's governmental leadership — including County Manager John Crumpton and his bosses, the members of the Lee County Board of Commissioners, whom we collectively elected
THUMBS UP: Top investigators
Those who accepted the challenge remember the rush.
There are a lot of things you might find on a factory floor. Unused parts, grease and maybe the occasional sullied rag. But for 16 students of Central Carolina Community College, they discovered a promising career.
William Wallace Guthridge may have been a Kansan by birth, but he was a Tar Heel at heart – having stamped his legacy in his long association with the University of North Carolina men’s basketball program.
THUMBS UP: Couple renews wedding vows
Bills involving partisan elections may not have survived the crossover deadline in the General Assembly, but a stalemate continues between legislators in opposing camps.
Congratulations to Wendy Bryant Motley, Lee County Schools Teacher of the Year for 2015.
A cop walks into a Starbucks.
That may sound like the start of a joke, but this story doesn’t end up being very funny.
THUMBS UP: News from Static’s merger
Given the attention the Sanford Area Growth Alliance has been getting lately as a new entity
The answer to the question about what exactly Sanford’s “brand” is — that thing our community is best known for or identified with — varies depending on the source.
To the Editor:
It’s not a “done deal” in Rockingham County.
THUMBS DOWN: ‘Playing around’ and the LCHS lockdown
Although campers, bikers and hikers still are enjoying the great outdoors at San-Lee Park, one of the site's essential components is conspicuously absent.
The issues facing Sanford and the county as a whole are important and demand the full attention of our elected officials. Representative government works only in correlation to the level of representation.
A couple of weeks ago, many people in Lee County reflected on the tornado that ripped through our area four years ago
Ask people their views on the environment, and their answers likely will fall along party lines.
HAVEN is looking for a few good men: 100 to be exact.
Back when smoking in the boys’ room was among the more serious rules infractions in schools
THUMBS UP: Volunteer scholarships
Michigan family needing help with funeral expenses and a college fund. A team from a Philadelphia high school wanting to attend the Robotics World Championship. A wildlife conservancy trying to protect its rangers as they safeguard dwindling numbers of rhino.
It’s good, but not good enough.
That was the sentiment of city officials, in particular Mayor Chet Mann
Monday’s tragic murder at Wayne Community College in Goldsboro will be classified by some as a school shooting, and technically, it was because it occurred on a school campus.