On Saturday, The Patterson Equestrian Center will officially become open to the public for horseback riding lessons and equestrian events, including horse shows and mini competitions.
First Citizens Bank will move its Granite Falls office, but customers won’t have to get used to driving a different route.
A woman remained in a Charlotte hospital Thursday recovering from injuries received in head-on collision on Dudley Shoals Road. Brittany Clay, whose address was not available, had surgery at Carolinas Medical Center on her leg and stomach. No other information about her condition was available.
A Lenoir teenager wrote an open letter to Detroit in a blog post about her first encounter with the Motor City, and it became an online sensation. A week after that post, Cassie Mattheis' blog, "Random Musings of a Teenage Girl," received nearly 30,000 views.
Seasonal factors again pushed up local unemployment rates, but Caldwell County’s progress compared to this same point a year ago is among the best in the state.
A number of the problems and frustrations local officials face are common to rural counties across the state, as evidenced by discussion Wednesday morning at a forum at the J.E. Broyhill Civic Center sponsored by The Rural Center, an organization that advocates for rural counties. The forum was one of six that The Rural Center is holding across the state to gather input as it prepares its agenda for 2016.
Known as the “Jack Tales,” they are “the oldest folk literature” around and originated in England.
The longest and oldest festival in Caldwell County, the Harambee Arts Festival, will kick off Saturday with a few new twists, including a jazz saxophone performance and clogging and other dancing.
In high school, Jenn Gotzon’s drama teacher told her she did not have enough talent to become an actress and to give up her dreams.
Gotzon, now 36, has been the leading lady for several feature films and performed alongside film giants including Michael Sheen and Frank Langella in Ron Howard’s “Frost/Nixon.”
Dru Wilson, 10, of Baton dipped a measuring cup into a giant bowl full of white sugar. He poured the cup of sugar into another bowl where he was starting to make peanut brittle.
“This is the first cooking camp I’ve gone to,” Dru said.
Google is considering constructing a nearly 129-foot-tall building -- about as tall as a 10-story office building -- next to Google's first building in Lenoir off of Lynnhaven Drive, near the main entrance to its campus.
Some of Google's neighbors don't feel too neighborly toward the technology giant. A few came to complain to the Lenoir Planning Board, but not about a proposal to allow buildings up to 150 feet tall.
Money magazine recently released a list of “The Five Best Jobs You’ve Never Heard Of.” The list included jobs that are on the rise in demand, expecting to rise by 19 percent in staff levels, said the article. Out of the five, Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute offers programs for two of those careers.
During the day, Rob Smitty of Lenoir paints houses for his business, Smitty’s Restoration Services. But as soon as he gets home from work, his real job begins: making sure people who need organ transplants get that transplant before it is too late.
George William Sheffield, 51, of Elizabeth Street NW was arrested shortly before 7 p.m. Friday on a charge of first-degree sexual assault. The arrest report says only that the child was under 13. Police said the child was a boy.
No one else alive knows what it was like atop that mountain in Vietnam 44 years ago. Two American soldiers living with 18 Vietnamese Montagnard men and their families, charged with helping protect a sprawling base down below while constantly under fire themselves, morning, noon and night. One of them was Glenn Beane of Hudson. He believed he was the only one who survived the war.
Joe Delk III, a lawyer in Lenoir, has been accused by the North Carolina State Bar of failing to follow all of its bookkeeping rules for handling clients’ funds and trust accounts.
Relatives of Amos Shook, who was reported missing 43 years ago, said they were speechless when they heard that his 1968 Pontiac Catalina had been found Tuesday at the bottom of Lake Rhodhiss with human remains inside.
Whether a pipe that drains stormwater from a city street is the city’s responsibility when the pipe fails is the issue in contention between Lenoir and a property owner on Pennton Avenue.