13 hrs ago
Watch for holiday scams
The caller, who said her name was Lori, claimed to be employed by the Lenoir Police Department and said she was trying to raise money for area law enforcement to buy a dinner, coats and shoes for underprivileged children.
17 hrs ago
It takes an Alpine Village
As you walk in, a large clock tower dominates the view. To the left and right of the clock tower are old-timey shops with gingerbread, candy, stockings, toys teddy bears and books on display.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Democratic Party will hold Town Meeting in Harlowe
The North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus of the General Assembly's in conjunction with Craven County Democratic Party will hold a Town Meeting aimed at voters in eight Eastern North Carolina counties.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Police say they found hit-and-run car
Lenoir police have seized the car they think ran into a motorcyclist from behind on Wilkesboro Boulevard and almost killed him the night of Oct. 16. The car's owner has not been charged, but a case file is being prepared and will be turned over to the district attorney's office for review and possible grand jury indictment, Lenoir Police Capt.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Lenoir kids get a Christmas at Kiwanis party
At one Christmas party in Lenoir on Thursday, there was food and bowling and mingling, but the closest thing to Christmas, by far, was a small room in the corner, where Santa held court and stacks of presents weighed down the tables.
Christmas converges on Caldwell this weekend
You're in luck. There's enough going on in the county to keep you running for most of Friday and Saturday, including parades in four towns.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Kinston Free Press
Christmas trees available in Lenoir, Jones, Greene counties
For newlyweds Lee and Julie Edwards of Kinston, cutting down a fresh tree created the first of many Christmas memories.
Price leaves legacy of diversity, respect
Last night, as the first city council meeting in nearly 15 years started without him sitting on the council, Lewis Price's tenure with the city of Lenoir came full circle.
City approves drive-thru, changes to parking tickets
A new restaurant with a drive-thru lane may be coming to U.S. 321 north of Ruby Tuesday, despite opposition by people who live nearby.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Questions surround man's death
So far, no one knows why Jorge Ivan Serrano would have driven to the Castle Bridge wildlife access on Connelly Springs Road.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Area shoppers hit stores in full force for Black Friday
As they do every year, deal-crazy shoppers lined up early, and this year the first lines formed while some people were still eating their Thanksgiving dinner.
City can't keep up with repairs
A crew with the City of Lenoir Public Utilities works to repair a water leak at the corner of Pennton Avenue and Harper Avenue near Shields in early November.
Creativity, craftsmanship on tap at Howard Brewing
Jason Howard is a brewer. He handcrafted his own recipes, continuously honing them in his home for more than a decade before making it a career - and making those beers the backbone of a thriving Lenoir brewery.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
For some in Lenoir, Thanksgiving happens without the family table
The whole point is to gather - to cook, to eat, to sprawl in chairs and feel the gradual creep of the tryptophan in your veins and the stretch of a stomach pushed to its limits.
Kinston Free Press
Students participate in virtual competition
Cisco Networking Academy students at Lenoir Community College recently competed in the NetRiders Competition held at the college in a virtual environment with other competitors.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Thanksgiving football, Biloxi beach style
JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALD Thomas Degenhardt, 13, and his brother, Cam Newman, 9, of Lenoir, N.C. play football on the beach in Biloxi on Thursday Nov. 28, 2013.
Numbers needing food soar while donations dwindle
Volunteers at a local church-run food pantry have been providing food each month to those struggling to make ends meet.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Kinston Free Press
LCC, CCA host 16th annual - Messiah' performance
The public is invited to an evening of song Dec. 9 as Lenoir Community College and the Community Council for the Arts present the 16th annual performance of Handel's Messiah under the direction of Carolyn Crossland, program chairwoman of music at the college.
Eighth-graders learn life is expensive
TOPIC David Dye, right, pulls a $100 speeding ticket out of the chance bowl as Jackson Lackey, center, and Jake Cook figure up his new expense addition during Monday's CIS Reality Store held at the Broyhill Civic Center in Lenoir.