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Ten people, most wearing blue shirts with “We put Lee County first” written on the fronts, appealed to the Lee County commissioners Monday to keep the ambulance franchise with Central Carolina Hospital.

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Ten people, most wearing blue shirts with “We put Lee County first” written on the fronts, appealed to the Lee County commissioners Monday to keep the ambulance franchise with Central Carolina Hospital.

SANFORD — Grace Whittington was always fascinated with construction. Thinking back on it now, the 17-year-old can’t recall exactly how she got interested or why, but she has vivid memories of playing with Legos as a child and “doing stuff with wood,” even when she wasn’t old enough to do muc…

SANFORD — Grace Whittington was always fascinated with construction. Thinking back on it now, the 17-year-old can’t recall exactly how she got interested or why, but she has vivid memories of playing with Legos as a child and “doing stuff with wood,” even when she wasn’t old enough to do muc…

Nearly 700 students, including those from Lee and surrounding counties, graduated earlier this year from Central Carolina Community College.

CARTHAGE — An Aberdeen man seen on camera Saturday breaking into a residence in the area was detained by the homeowner until deputies arrived, a Moore County Sheriff’s Office release said.

Halfway through 2021, Sanford’s housing market is more competitive than ever. For-sale homes are getting more expensive, receiving dozens of offers and selling in less than a month.

The first of two public hearings on an ambulance franchise to serve the area is scheduled Monday at the Lee County Board of Commissioners meeting.

A red truck collided head-on with a black jeep Friday on Colon Road, leaving two injured.

The Southern Pines Police Department is looking for information about a shooting that occurred Thursday night on West Pennsylvania Avenue.

Growing up, Andi Swart was never far away from her sketchpad, constantly doodling and drawing. Today, that love for art has turned into a job at a video game development company, where her drawings come to life.

Gouts of fire, clouds of gas and rings of smoke filled the Southern Lee High School gym Thursday as Jason Ezell demonstrated the power of science.