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TODAY VBS Fairview Baptist Church in Lincolnton will host vacation bible school from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. The theme is from Grumble to Humble and will run until August 2 will the Saturday session beginning at 10:30 a.m. For more information, please call 429-5630 VBS Saint James AME Zion Church at 501 South S Street in Maiden will host vacation ... (more)
The Lincolnton Police Department conducted a drug roundup Wednesday, netting 152 felony narcotics charges and 23 arrests; police say 16 more remain wanted.
ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer A Mooresville couple was placed under arrest on drug charges following a domestic disturbance at the Rock Springs Campground on Monday.
Monday saw the summer campers at the YMCA celebrating Christmas in July, but with a very special message.
The Lincolnton Police Department reported the following arrests: James Deane Turner II, 42, of 2461 Otis Dellinger Road in Lincolnton was charged July 25 with fifteen felony counts uttering forged instrument and one count misdemeanor failure to appear.
The body of a drowning victim at Lake Norman was located Tuesday just several feet away from where she was last seen earlier in the day.
Lincoln County police arrested a Gastonia woman after conducting surveillance near a High Shoals business.
Rescue crews were called to a cove on Lake Norman after a possible drowning on Tuesday, according to officials in Lincoln County.
The Lincolnton Police Department discovered a meth lab at 807 South Poplar Street on Thursday.
More information was recently released from the county regarding a 2009 study to construct a new facility for county offices.
Lincoln County's branch of the North Carolina Cooperative Extension will soon be welcoming a new director.
Firearms and noise ordinances were hot topics during the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners meeting Monday night.
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Lincoln County residents may be voting at a new precinct location this election season.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 06:01 am
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