Business leaders from around Lee County had the chance to hear from Lee County Schools Superintendent Dr. Andy Bryan as he spoke about the district’s role in the workforce community.
PITTSBORO — In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Chatham 250 will highlight the incredible story of Jordan-Matthews High School’s Los Jets soccer team by presenting a special exhibit to Chatham County Schools students.
More than 300 future osteopathic physicians received white coats at the School of Osteopathic Medicine’s back-to-back ceremonies in Hobson Performing Arts Center on Sept. 17.
CARTHAGE — After a meeting marked by protests and then postponed due to improper notice of a venue change, the Moore County Board of Education is set to meet Wednesday afternoon in a special called meeting.
SANFORD — The 4th Annual Central Carolina Community College Car and Motorcycle Show will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, at the CCCC Emergency Services Training Center, 3000 Airport Road, Sanford.
Opponents of masking mandates for school students protested before board of education meetings in Moore and Harnett counties Monday.
It’s hard to overstate the impact Sam Geiling has had on her profession in Hawaii, where she teaches at Windward Community College in the state’s only veterinary technology program accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association.
A group of parents with children in the Lee County Schools are gathering support for a petition to allow virtual learning in light of increasing COVID-19 cases in the schools.
Alexis Estello of Cameron was recognized for academic excellence by being named to the President’s List at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia, for the spring semester.
Adam Wade has received the Central Carolina Community College Staff Person of the Year Award. Wade, who was recognized at the recent CCCC Convocation program, is CCCC director of admissions.
SANFORD — Nine students successfully completed summer requirements for Central Carolina Community College’s College Connections free first-year experience and have chosen to continue their academic journey at the college.
SANFORD — Central Carolina Community College celebrated the achievements of the Class of 2021 as the school observed a drive-through graduation on Monday, Aug. 9, at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic & Conference Center in Sanford. Nearly 180 people are among the most recent college graduates.