THUMBS UP: A clear vision
If you took one thing away from the inaugural “Life in Lee County” event held Tuesday, it’s this: Sanford is poised for prosperity and is on the cusp of great things.
THUMBS UP: The candidates
Let’s face it. It’s an annoying time of year. Summer’s far back in our rear view mirror.
Fracking’s curious and circuitous journey from a once mysterious and distant notion about natural gas drilling to current Jekyll/Hyde incarnation as economic golden ticket/environmental catastrophe has created a lot of unanswered questions along the way.
THUMBS UP: Foreign exchange
The leaves are beginning to fall, signaling another change of season, and with fall’s colors come another kind of sign we’ll see throughout the next couple of months — those outside local pharmacies advertising flu shots.
THUMBS UP: Being a giver
For many of us who knew him, it's hard to believe that more than a decade has passed since the death of J. Fletcher Rosser.
November’s general election is just under six weeks away, but that doesn’t mean there’s time to lose preparing yourself to vote smartly.
THUMBS UP: Autumn’s arrival
Republicans in the U.S. Senate saved the First Amendment last week.
Today is likely to be one of the most difficult of my life as it is my official last full-time day at The Herald.
Although I celebrated my 29th anniversary of full-time work at The Herald last month, I actually started working in the newsroom 37 years ago
I began working at The Herald during a week that R.V. Hight was on vacation. But by the time I met him, he was spoken of so often and with such affection, I felt as though I knew him already.
THUMBS UP: Jackets, Cavs off to great start
S. Truett Cathy died Monday at the age of 93. Even if the Cathy name is not familiar to you, it’s likely you’re aware of his legacy — and his famous chicken sandwiches.
THUMBS UP: Global warming’s demise?
The excitement is building as one of Lee County’s most anticipated events is just on our horizon: the 77th edition of the award-winning Lee Regional Fair.
North Carolinians have become accustomed to the threat of severe weather year-round, but alert especially is heightened during spring, which is prime time for tornadoes, and hurricane season in the Atlantic, which runs from June 1 through Nov. 30.
THUMBS UP: Jobs For Life
Who could have predicted that in the summer of 2014, dumping an icy container of water on your own head, or someone else's, would be all the rage?
For some, the experience was a novel one — perhaps scary or sad — and for the veterans, it marked a return to familiar territory.