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Some good, some errors, on Falcon opening day - Sanford Herald
He scored on a wild pitch. Harrison Rogers singled and Heath Yow walked, but both were left on. Godfrey pitched a three-up, three-down second, but the Eagles put a pair on the board again in the third, then four in the fourth - off no hits but four Lee ...
Area scores: Providence Grove outlasts Bears in 12 - Sanford Herald
Providence Grove 11, Chatham Central 5 - 12 inn. Providence Grove (2-1) scored six runs in the top of the 12th inning to win in Bear Creek Monday night. Starting in the sixth inning, the Bears scored once in the sixth and twice in the seventh to rally and ...
Chatham Park project back on track - Sanford Herald
The commissioners also voted Monday to look into setting up citizen review panels for the project. "The back-and-forth can and should continue," Terry said. One of the major suggestions the commissioners approved was to require either at least 30 percent ...
NASCAR to allow cooldown units on pit road - Sanford Herald
The Associated Press has learned that NASCAR is making changes to qualifying after drivers expressed safety concerns. During a conference call Tuesday with crew chiefs, NASCAR banned drivers from making cool-down laps following their qualifying attempt.
US stocks end slightly lower for a second day - Sanford Herald
Without any big economic news or blowout company earnings to respond to, investors found little to get excited about Tuesday and sent the stock market lower for the second day in a row. A few companies grabbed headlines for posting poor quarterly results ...
NC State's Warren voted ACC player of year - Sanford Herald
North Carolina State's T.J. Warren is the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year. In results announced Tuesday, Warren received 48 of a possible 77 votes from members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association. The media also chose Duke's Jabari ...
2 governors, lawmakers say goodbye to Sen. Nesbitt - Sanford Herald
Two North Carolina governors and dozens of legislators from both parties joined several hundred mourners to pay their last respects to veteran General Assembly member Martin Nesbitt. Gov. Pat McCrory and former Gov. Beverly Perdue also attended Nesbitt's ...
15-year-old shot, suspect sought - Sanford Herald
A 15-year-old boy was shot twice Monday night, and authorities are searching for a suspect. Warrants for assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, inflicting serious injury and possession of a firearm by a felon are pending service to Pierre ...
Wofford tops W. Carolina 56-53 for SoCon title - Sanford Herald
Wofford guard Karl Cochran remembers waking up at 6 a.m. for preseason conditioning workouts, leaping over chairs and diving for loose balls and wondering how it was going to help him. Now he knows. Cochran scored 23 points, and the Terriers beat Western ...
LETTER: The facts behind GOP tax arguments - Sanford Herald
Republicans, whenever they want to talk about lowering taxes, bring up the fact that JFK lowered them. (i.e., Jonathan Fallin’s letter). True, Kennedy lowered the top tax rate from 91 percent to 65 percent. That’s because we were still basically on the ...