CommunityOne Bank announced it has completed its purchase of the Lenoir branch of CertusBank and has appointed a former CertusBank manager to run the branch.
Shareholders of the French pharmaceutical company Stallergenes have approved a proposed merger with the company that owns Lenoir's Greer Laboratories.
Marcie’s Kountry Kitchen, occupying the second floor of the Lenoir Golf Club, closed Thursday after opening in December.
Al Bunch, a part-owner of Foothills Radio Group since December 2005, has been hired as general manager of Curtis Media of the Triad, which owns three radio stations in the Winston-Salem/Greensboro/High Point market. Because of the move, his wife, Lilly Bunch, will be stepping down as executive director of the Helping Hands Clinic on Harper Avenue in downtown Lenoir, which provides medical care for the uninsured.
Signs of a strengthening economy have illuminated some things that Lenoir and Caldwell County officials may not have gotten around to doing when they created the freight-transfer operation known as the transload.
Customers at 1841 Café may soon have an option of outdoor seating on Main Street after the Lenoir City Council members approved a pilot program Tuesday that would allow converting two parking spaces into a patio-seating area.
A computer software company that works with the trucking industry plans to invest $400,000 opening a site in Hickory that will create 191 jobs over the next three years, state and Catawba County officials announced Tuesday.
A newly renovated marina and a new business offering dinner cruises on Lake Hickory both will have grand openings and ribbon-cutting ceremonies at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
Nicole Lee Confections will have a "re-grand opening" on Saturday to celebrate its move to a new location at 47 Falls Ave.
Johnson’s Milling & Feed Inc. is hosting the Best-Looking Horse photography contest.
Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute recently received a $400,000 grant from the Golden Leaf Foundation in support of training for high-demand jobs in the areas of technology, engineering, and advanced manufacturing.
One by one, 15 teachers took turns talking about the things they had seen and learned during tours of Caldwell County industries. The words “amazed” and “amazing” got quite a workout.
Homeowners residing in low-income neighborhoods in northern Lenoir may have noticed a flyer left at their door by Duke Energy. Those who tossed the flyer in the trash before reading it may not realize that Duke is offering some free services to help customers save money.
Kaylen Kent and Luke Dellinger of Caldwell County are among four chosen to work as interns at Blue Ridge Electric Membership Corp. this summer.
A former chairman of the Caldwell County Economic Development Commission and a business professor who is an authority on tourism and strategic planning are losing their seats on the EDC’s board of directors. Replacing them, and filling a vacant seat, are a county commissioner, a radio talk show host and the owner of a certified public accounting firm.
Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute has received grant funding to help cover the cost of training for people who are unemployed or underemployed and want to make a career change.
Mulligan’s Tavern, a sports bar and full-service restaurant, opens Wednesday at 211 Arrowood St. in Lenoir, serving lunch and dinner every day but Tuesday.
Mood Changers offers fragrance lamps, lamp oils, baby oils, sunglasses, soaps, socks and accessories.
Kathleen Jones has joined Merrill Lynch as a financial advisor in its Lenoir office.
Customers of Blue Ridge Electric Membership Corp. will see their rates stay unchanged for the second consecutive year, the company’s chief executive officer announced Thursday at Blue Ridge’s annual meeting at its corporate office in Lenoir, where Kelly Melton also was elected to represent the Caldwell district on the board of directors.
Local economic development officials have embraced a testing program that promises to help employers find workers who have a proven level of ability in certain vital skills.
Major employers in Caldwell County soon will receive a survey asking about their needs for hotels for business guests.
Planning is already underway at Appalachian State University on how to make more progress reducing trash produced during home football games.