Archive - 2013 - News Article
About three miles south of the Catawba County line, a 12-year-old girl waiting to board a school bus early Tuesday morning was approached by a man who asked her name, among other things, before inviting her to go with him.
A Connelly Springs man faces a life sentence after being convicted Tuesdy of first degree murder in Catawba County Criminal Superior Court,
according to the District Attorneyâs
Matthew Gene Hopkins, 24, was found guilty for his part in a 2011 homicide in Hickory in which several others, including Camyron Frederick Johnson, Robert Shannon McElwee, Emily Kathryn Starnes
In a case of who did it, playgoers will be on the edge of their seats at The Green Room's second production of the season, âAnd Then There Were None.â
The play, based on Agatha Christie's 1939 murder mystery, is set to hit the stage tonight and run for two weeks. The mystery is based on an old British nursery rhyme about ten little solders who die one by one.
Brett's Ride began in 2004, to honor Brett Gosnell as he fought pediatric cancer.
The University of Virginia student and former Hickory High School valedictorian died in August 2006, following a three-year fight with his illness.
The Claremont Parks and Recreation committee invites you to attend the 17th annual Claremont Daze street festival on Friday and Saturday in downtown.
The festival's main stage will be in the Claremont City Hall Parking lot with vendors along Main Street and a kids corner of rides at the Claremont Police Department.
The Perfect Workout in Newton is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness month by hosting a Zumbathon Glow Party fundraiser to benefit the Komen NC Foothills Race For the Cure.
The Perfect Workout owner, Sharon Rashidi said the event is in its fourth year, with the event being held for the first time at the gym.
Retired women's professional golfer, Annika Sorenstam, joined nearly 500 elementary students packed in the North Newton Elementary School gym on Tuesday.
If you tune into tonight's season premier of "Dukes of Haggling" at 10 p.m. on the Discovery Channel, you may see some familiar sites and faces.
Pumpkin carver Tim Trudgeon is especially busy in September and October. After hand-carving a trailer full of pumpkins at different events across the state, he drives to his home in Mocksville, and loads up the trailer again.
This weekend he was headed to Murray’s Mill in Catawba to demonstrate his craft.
Cyclists riding in the Cycle North Carolina Mountains to the Coast ride travel through Newton on Monday on their way to Murray's Mill. The ride, from Sept. 28 through Oct. 5, stretches 478 miles from Spruce Pine to Atlantic Beach. The cyclists will travel an average of 60-80 miles a day during the ride.