Monday Apr 14
Fighting The Good Fight
Following more than a year of struggle, including a frequently depleted food pantry, Christian Ministry of Lincoln County is finally seeing improvements in its food supply and daily operations, experiencing one blessing after the next and feeding more residents than nonprofit officials ever thought possible.
Monday Apr 14
Saunders: Honesty is the best pizza
Want an example? When Hugh Johnson of Raleigh got to the downtown bank several days ago and realized he'd lost the $100 bill and a check he was aiming to deposit, he fatalistically "figured it was gone forever" and went on about his business, even wishing good fortune to whoever had found it.
Online voting for NC Great Places begins
North Carolina residents have spoken and pitched their favorite Main Streets and Public Places to the North Carolina Chapter of the American Planning Association.
Town clerk in Burke Co. accused of embezzling
A town clerk in Burke County is accused of ringing up thousands of dollars of items on the Connelly Springs town credit cards for her own personal use.
Maiden Police: Morganton sex offender accessed Catawba Co. school property three times
Maiden Police have arrested a Burke County sex offender accused of accessing a school property on three separate occasions throughout March and April.
Exclusive: Matty Beckerman Talks Alien Abduction and The Brown Mountain Lights Phenomenon
Matty Beckerman's unsettling extraterrestrial thriller, Alien Abduction , will be landing on VOD and in limited theatrical release via IFC Midnight on April 4th and we had a chance to catch up with the director and discuss all things extraterrestrial.
Hudson man convicted of rape
A man who already was on probation from a 2004 conviction for molesting his 9-year-old daughter was convicted Wednesday on charges that he raped his son's 15-year-old ex-girlfriend in 2009.
Morganton to host premiere of sci-fi movie on Brown Mountain Lights
Coming soon to a theater near you: North Carolina's mysterious Brown Mountain Lights.
Rhodhiss residents upset with rate hikes
At a public hearing Tuesday on a proposal to apply for a Community Development Block Grant to help pay for $3.1 million in needed repairs to water and sewer services, Logan and a handful of other residents looked with despair at the town board members.