Archive - Sep 28, 2010 - News Article
Change is on the minds of many candidates for local offices.
From changes in leadership and positive changes in crime statistics to a change in priorities, candidates spoke about change and the role it plays in the office they're seeking at the second of a two-part election forum organized by area citizens.
A day on the golf course can leave players and spectators tired, sore and in need of some TLC.
The Ensure Classic at Rock Barn presented by Kia Motors kicked off Monday, and The Spa at Rock Barn staff is ready to melt away the stress and tension that often comes after a few days on the golf course.
"Most (spa guests) want to come in and relax after a day on the course," said Teresa Moose, a concierge at The Spa at Rock Barn.
Being in the spotlight isn't something Catawba County Schools Superintendent Dr. Tim Markley prefers. But Monday night, Markley couldn't help but have all eyes on him as he was honored by the school system and board members.
"Dr. Markley loves to work extremely hard, but doesn't like to be in the spotlight," said CCS Board Chairwoman Joyce Spencer.
The man accused in the hit-and-run crash that injured a child had his case continued in court.
Fred Willard Langford, of Catawba, was set to appear in Superior Court on an administrative hearing last week, and his case was continued to Oct. 4.
Langford was indicted June 14 on charges of felony hit and run, driving while license revoked, expired registration and reckless driving.
A thief allegedly broke into a car Monday and stole $45,000 in cash.
According to a Hickory Police incident report, Sanu Babu Silwal, 36, of Morganton, was on his way to deposit cash at a bank when he stopped at the Hickory Sam's Club at 10:22 a.m.
Silwal is a business owner and had $45,000 in cash inside his vehicle when he went inside the store, according to police.
When Silwal returned to his car about 40 minutes later, he found the right rear passenger window of his 2010 Honda CR-V broken and the money missing.