A graduate of Appalachian State University who has been working as a planner in Henderson County will become the new town administrator for Sawmills on Monday, Sept. 14.
Dr. Ken Boham will retire next year as president of Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute.
Christopher Todd, a graduate of Appalachian State University who has been working as a planner in Henderson County, will become the new town administrator for Sawmills on Monday, Sept. 14.
Two cats, two kittens and six horses lived in the barn, but only one horse was in it when the fire started, and it was saved. Two kittens were found, and the fate of the other cats wasn't known.
Gray smoke rising into the clouds could be seen a mile away from 2652 Indian Grave Road, where a fire started in a woman's couch Tuesday morning.
Robert L. "Robbie" Wilkie is retiring as Caldwell County’s emergency services director Oct. 1, county officials announced Tuesday.
Granite Falls will allow the developer of a property along U.S. 321 to build a commercial development more densely than would otherwise be allowed if the company buys additional watershed acreage that would be left undeveloped.
Patients going to the Caldwell County Health Department now need to make an appointment in advance, and starting Sept. 1 they will have to provide proof of income in order to receive services.
Every summer since opening in 2006, The James C. Harper School of Performing Arts in Lenoir offers a summer camp for students. This year, they changed the schedule to make camp longer and give students more freedom to try new instruments.
Sheriff’s deputies answering a report of an early morning burglar alarm at a Gamewell drug store arrived to find a man leaving the store with more than $600 worth of prescription pills.
Hunter Soots sat in his office full of partially-unpacked boxes, trophies and trinkets that he does not own. With just a week before school starts, Soots is still making the band director’s office at Hibriten High School his own.
In May 2010, when he was in the third grade, Aaron Laws started blacking out. At first, it appeared Aaron suffered from heat stroke, but then blacking out turned into seizures and uncontrollable fits involving only the left side of his body. After lots of testing, his neurologist found a tumor on his brain called an oligodendroglioma, a cancer involving one of the types of cells that make up the supportive tissue of the brain.
District Attorney David Learner is forming a support group for people who have been affected by homicides. The group is based on a similar group in Wilmington that began 19 years ago.
More than 100 cyclists gathered Saturday morning to honor the late Tyler Sims with an 8-mile bicycle ride through Hickory.
At the Patterson Science Center Open House, where parents and others could see what campers learned over the summer.
The driver of a Toyota Camry was on her way to pick up her kids from Lenoir Pre-School Inc. Thursday at about 5 p.m. when her medical condition started to act up, and she drove into the left side of Lenoir First Wesleyan Church, witnesses said.
Emma, 3, and Coleman, 1, needed a lot of help from the rangers at Tuttle Educational State Forest to push dirt over the roots of a small peach tree and a small Golden Delicious apple tree planted Thursday in memory of the children's father.
A months-long investigation has resulted in the arrests of three men accused of supplying large amounts of methamphetamine to local drug users, the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office said.
Police say the two women were with a group that appears to have been traveling in two cars and passing forged checks at credit union branches in the region. Four people have been arrested.
The photo Doug Oakley's family used for his obituary shows him sitting in the back seat of a car, a tiny black-and-white pig peering out from the collar of his coat. To Oakley's family, it just felt wrong to use a photo of him without a pig.