Steven George Dolgas was always busy. He would drive a forklift all day at Jordan-Holman Lumber Co. in Granite Falls, then come home to work in the yard or on woodworking projects, neighbor Mary Carpenter said. “I’d hear him in the building just sawing away.” A silence now hangs over the Premier Road neighborhood in the Baton area where Dolgas and his wife, Penny, moved about five years ago.
The Caldwell County Schools will pay a poet $1,625 to drop a copyright infringement lawsuit.
As he prepared to show a guest at the Caldwell Heritage Museum what a day in the life of a museum director is like, Colin Foust walked into the small library in the back of the museum carrying a yellow legal pad in his hand and wearing a big smile on his face. “I love solving puzzles,” Foust said.
Lenoir will be able to annex 568 acres northwest of the city along Zacks Fork Road under a bill that won final approval Tuesday from the General Assembly, once the bill is signed by Gov. Pat McCrory.
Angela Steele wrote “Superheroes” on the SmartBoard at the front of a first-grade classroom. She asked the students what superheroes do.
Steven George Dolgas, a forklift driver at a Granite Falls lumber company, was killed Monday when his forklift ran over him.
Patricia Lingerfelt of Lenoir was injured on Monday morning after another driver lost control and sideswiped her vehicle on Morganton Boulevard in front of the QP gas station in Gamewell.
Frances Coffey, 56, of Dudley Shoals Road died Monday not long after rescuers spent more than an hour freeing her from the wreckage of her Hyundai Santa Fe after she drove off the left side of the road and hit a tree.
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.
Caldwell Hospice and Palliative Care is warning the community about an organization named Hospice Support Fund, formerly Hospice Fund of America, that has been soliciting donations by phone and mail.
A group of shoppers waited behind a roped section with a table full of pottery of all sizes Saturday morning at Bolick and Traditions Pottery until they were given the signal to pick the pieces they wanted, first-come first-served.
Sara Bostain is currently the only female firefighter at the Lenoir Fire Department, but she said she doesn’t let anyone treat her differently from the rest of the firefighters.
DJ Dimichele, 10, packed up a mountain of cupcakes into a large white box. Then, he put several yeast dinner rolls in a different box. All of these goodies he was able to take home after just baking them himself.
“I learned a lot of things,” DJ said.
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.
Two men from outside Caldwell County are accused of coming to Lenoir to hire a prostitute.
Mary S. Sherill of Hickory, the former purchasing coordinator for Catawba Valley Community College, is accused of using college funds to buy about $179,000 worth of merchandise she then sold over the Internet for her own profit, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Charlotte announced.
The Burger King in Lenoir is undergoing renovations, but even the people who work there aren't sure what it will look like when they are completed.
Renovations started Tuesday. Angelica Gilbert, a manager, said she has not seen the completed drawings.
Outside in the suffocating heat Thursday, a handful of middle school students conducted some science.
The students gathered around a soda bottle rocket launcher in the parking lot.
Marcie Brown whipped about the kitchen of her restaurant as usual Thursday morning, scrambling eggs on the griddle and moving the sizzling bacon with a large pair of tongs. Dark hair piled high on her head, Brown turned around and pulled out two pieces of bread. She arranged the eggs and bacon on the bread and called, “Order up!” to her waitress.
Witnesses of the motorcycle accident in Hickory on Friday that killed a Granite Falls man reported that the motorcyclist was going between 80 to 100 mph when he crashed.