Wednesday May 15
Bill to overhaul N.C.'s economic development makes officials nervous
A bill in the N.C. Senate to overhaul the state's economic development structure would abolish state funding for existing regional economic development organizations, which has raised apprehension among local and regional officials.
Wednesday May 15
Google starts summer internships
Google has never before hired interns to work at any of its data centers around the world, but it is starting with Lenoir.
Wednesday May 15
Man who loved speed dies after wreck
Justin Hamby loved to push his sports car to the limit. Photos of his prized 2001 Mustang GT fill his Facebook page.
Tue May 14, 2013
At Caldwell County ranch, horses audition for international stage
It wasn't long after she took responsibility for a group of horses a couple of years ago that the reputation of Karen Guerra and her Oak Hill ranch, Blue Honey Friesians, started spreading across the country and overseas.
Mon May 13, 2013
The Charlotte Observer
Rejected? You still have a chance to get into college
Whoops! If your mailbox was filled with rejection notices, today might be your lucky day.
Sun May 12, 2013
Kinston Free Press
Teen Fest speaks to young people for the 20th year
The time for both was Saturday at the 20th Annual Teen Fest, sponsored by the Young Women's Outreach Center.
Sat May 11, 2013
Lenoir Service League marks 70 years of service, with a side of fun
Looking over the list of community projects started or given a boost by the Lenoir Service League during its 70 years of existence, you can't help thinking that Lenoir would look quite a bit different without it.
About 80 take part in walk for cancer support group Wig Bank
Walkers take to the Lenoir Greenway during the start of Saturday morning's Wig Walk.
Fake emergency tests officials' training
If you had the right police scanner, you may have heard chatter about bombs, hostages and victims in Caldwell County on Friday afternoon.
Fri May 10, 2013
A refurbished memory debuts with Hudson play
Allen Wilson, the current owner of Johnson Piano Exchange, and Merrium Johnson Throneburg posed for this photo before Wilson began work to restore the piano.
Thu May 09, 2013
School secretary charged with embezzling school funds
Emily Yvonne Hawkins, of Lenoir, is charged with 10 counts of embezzlement by a public officer or trustee, according to a news release from Caldwell County Schools.
Wed May 08, 2013
Some Caldwell County offices closed Friday for drill
The Caldwell County Health and Human Services building at 2345 Morganton Blvd. SW is scheduled to be closed to the public for most of Friday, starting at 10 a.m. and lasting the rest of the day, for an emergency drill involving hundreds of emergency management and other officials across the region.
Stabbed dog now - all stitched up'
Mil Mil, the Chihuahua mix that police say was stabbed by its owner's son, has been returned to its caretaker after an overnight stay at Lenoir Veterinary Hospital.
TOPIC Crews with the North Carolina Department of Transportation and Danny's Bulldozing of Lenoir work to fix a part of NC 90 in the Collettsville community that was damaged during this past Sunday and Monday's rain.
Tue May 07, 2013
With Lenoir hospital, UNC Health Care continues expansion west
UNC Health Care continues what has been a busy year for expansions with the addition of Caldwell Memorial Hospital in Lenoir to its growing network of hospitals.
Tiny dog stabbed with rusty knife
Steve Cardwell was leaving his parents' house about noon Saturday when he heard a woman screaming.
Mon May 06, 2013
Customer Interaction Solutions
She was gone from her house only 25 minutes. In that short time, Jennifer Grace lost her phones, her jewelry and her peace of mind.
Sun May 05, 2013
Commissioners to discuss tall structures, hear 2013-14 budget requests
A proposed tall structures ordinance that has received two public hearings by the Craven County Board of Commissioners is expected to get a vote at today's 7 p.m. meeting of the board.
Sat May 04, 2013
Lenoir Parks & Rec celebrates youth baseball opening day
Thick, gray clouds hung low in the sky. Mud and water coated the grass where spectators stood.