Archive - Aug 2012 - News Article
A leading worldwide organization is considering locating a customer service center in the Hickory area.
With Maiden store fronts sitting empty and property owners hurting, the downtown area needs of a facelift.
More than 500 cars and thousands of visitors filled downtown Newton on Sunday as Soldiers Reunion Week got off to a roaring start.
Activities continueTuesday on the east side of the Courthosue Square as “Beach Music Night” fills the streets with sounds and lawn chairs. The free concert, featuring The Catalinas, begins at 7:30 p.m.
It has been nearly four years since J.V. Huffman Jr.'s elaborate ponzi scheme unravelled, and the investors who trusted him with millions of dollars are still waiting for resolution.
A 2009 DWI case continues without resolution at least a little longer after District 25 Attorney James C. Gaither announced this week that he will recuse himself from the case.
Conover will use $1.1 million in state loans to replace 15,000 feet of water lines in an effort to improve water quality firefighting capabilities throughout the city.
A broken water line closed the Catawba County Museum of History for two days, but the downtown Newton attraction will re-open in time for Soldiers Reunion.
A cast iron water line feeding the building broke some time Tuesday morning, according to Catawba County Historical Association Executive Director Melinda Herzog.
After the first day of school, the reviews are in for Newton-Conover Middle School.
The search for an alleged armed and dangerous suspect came to a quiet end Sunday morning when Aichon See turned himself in to deputies.
See, 24, of 1966 Crown Drive, Conover, remains in custody at the county jail. His bail was set at $200,000, Catawba County Sheriff Coy Reid said.
Sheriff's deputies shot and killed a man Sunday after he threatened to shoot himself, his wife and law enforcement agents.