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421 Bypass lags more than a year behind projections - Sanford Herald
Even if all goes exactly according to plan, the U.S. 421 Bypass around Sanford likely will be finished more than a year behind schedule. The southern end has been open to traffic since last year, giving truck drivers and commuters a way to get around the ...
Cavs have first practice of Simon's second year - Sanford Herald
Afternoon storms around the area forced Southern Lee's first official football practice indoors Friday. Nonetheless, the Cavaliers were sharply reminded it was "day one" and every practice, every part of every practice, needs to be a chance to get better ...
Yellow Jackets start early under the lights - Sanford Herald
Lee County got its football season underway as soon as possible Friday - getting its first practice in starting at 12:01 a.m. Friday. "Midnight Madness" on the first morning allowed by state association rules is a tradition for Yellow Jacket head coach ...
Smart and fun, ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ soars - Sanford Herald
Fashioned more in the spirit of a Saturday afternoon serial than a modern superhero film, “Guardians of the Galaxy” appears at first flush as the most thorny Marvel Studios movie to make. An offbeat flick about a band of misfits, including a green girl ...
White Sox win, Tigers make big deal - Sanford Herald
DETROIT (AP) — Moises Sierra had four hits, and Jose Abreu and Adam Eaton added three apiece to lift the Chicago White Sox to a 7-4 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Thursday. The game quickly became a secondary concern in the Motor City when the Tigers ...
Woods opens WGC Bridgestone under par - Sanford Herald
AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Tiger Woods showed signs of a positive recovery Thursday at the Bridgestone Invitational. Not just from back surgery, but from making bogeys. Woods bounced back with birdies all three times that he made mistakes, opening with a 2-under ...
Grace Chapel holds VBS at the Park - Sanford Herald
Two years ago, Justin Garrell, then a student at Davis College, was sitting in Depot Park and saw an avenue to fill a need. He just wasn’t quite sure what the need was. “I was looking at the stage and Steve Scully, the chairmen of the deacon board (at ...
NC budget details education increases, other cuts - Sanford Herald
Kindergarten through college classrooms see an extra $113 million, public school teachers get raises averaging 7 percent, and vouchers allowing children to attend private and religious schools with taxpayer money get an extra boost in the $21.1 billion ...
IN THE DRAFT: Jeff Gordon Day proved telling - Sanford Herald
I was going to use "ironic" or irony in my opening paragraph but it seems as though I am not sure what it really means. Merriam-Webster defines it several different ways and they kind of confuse me, so I am going to stick with what I think it is.
SANFORD CITY COUNCIL: Sewer lines, lift station may transfer from county to city - Sanford Herald
The sewer lines and lift station along Colon Road, which have long been owned by Lee County, would be better off under the city of Sanford's control, according to city and county officials. Sanford City Manager Hal Hegwer discussed the possibility of the ...