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  • A Lee County Commissioner may have overstepped his bounds

    SANFORD–A recent revision of the county’s communications policy recognizes the board chair as the official spokesman for Lee County Commissioners. Board members can, at any time, voice their positions on issues, however, it must be as an individual, not through the use of the commissioner’s title. Recently, Commissioner Jim Womack made a request for information on a grant received by Central Carolina Community College, and noted on the written request that it was from Commissioner Womack. The grant was from the Golden Leaf Foundation. More local news can be heard Monday through Friday on WWGP 1050 and Classic Hits &… Read more

  • Only two days remaining for early voting

    SANFORD–Early voting for the November 5 General Election ends Saturday after a three week run. Saturday, November 2 is the last day for voting early and registering. There is only one early voting site which is the Board of Elections at 225 South Steele Street. Votes may be casts Thursday and Friday from 8-5 and Saturday from 8 to 1 PM. More local news can be heard Monday through Friday on WWGP 1050 and Classic Hits & Oldies.

  • It’s Halloween & soon witches & goblins will take over the roads & sidewalks

    SANFORD–It’s Halloween which, according to economists, is becoming one of the leading celebrations of the year. Thousands of dollars are spent in costumes, decorations and parties. Locally, trick or treat hours are limited from 6 to 9 pm. Many churches have planned special activities to keep children from door to door trick or treating. Local law enforcement officers and Poison control remind parents to follow the rules. Remind children not to eat treats until they return home. Throw away unfamiliar brands of candy. Limit the amount of candy ingested at one time, and refrain from purchasing glow in the dark… Read more

  • It’s Halloween & soon witches & goblins will take over the roads & sidewalks

    SANFORD–It’s Halloween which, according to economists, is becoming one of the leading celebrations of the year. Thousands of dollars are spent in costumes, decorations and parties. Locally, trick or treat hours are limited from 6 to 9 pm. Many churches have planned special activities to keep children from door to door trick or treating. Local law enforcement officers and Poison control remind parents to follow the rules. Remind children not to eat treats until they return home. Throw away unfamiliar brands of candy. Limit the amount of candy ingested at one time, and refrain from purchasing glow in the dark… Read more

  • A local undercover operation has netted 3 arrests

    SANFORD–Three persons were arrested on a variety of drug charges after an undercover operation by the members of the Lee county Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division. In addition to the arrests, agents seized 40 grams of crack cocaine, and a ford pickup truck. More local news can be heard Monday through Friday on WWGP 1050 and Classic Hits & Oldies..

  • A candlelight vigil for domestic violence

    SANFORD–A candlelight vigil in recognition of domestic violence is slated Tuesday evening at Haven on Bracken Street. The ceremony will include a guest speaker and reading of the names of victims from Lee County. More local news can be heard Monday through Friday on WWGP 1050 and Classic Hits & Oldies.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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