July 24th, 2014
Roberta Reynolds Wiggs Burrus, age 88, of Newton, went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, July 19, 2014. Willis-Reynolds Funeral Home & Crematory in Newton is honored to be serving the Wiggs Burrus family.
Briley Lowe, 3, of Newton and friend Connor Mummert, 4, of Newton, chow down on hot dogs from Sonic in celebration of National Hot Dog Day.
Sgt. Chris W. Eckard, of Hickory, was on his fifth tour in the Middle East when he was stuck by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) and killed instantly. Today, the soldier's memory lives on with his mother, Eunice.
âWhat better way to die, than die for your country,â Eunice recalled to be one of her son's lasting quotes.
For all the pet lovers out there who are burdened with having to leave furry family members home while venturing out, it's time to unleash that guilt. How about leashing the pet instead and heading to downtown Newton? The pet friendly business owners have given the community something to bark about, tweet on or slither to.
Through the trails of being an undrafted rookie, Brian Roberts hard work paid off on Wednesday.
The 6-foot-1 guard was officially introduced as a member of the Charlotte Hornets.
Kenneth Steve Helms,age 63 of Lincolnton,passed away Sunday, July
20, 2014 at his residence. Memorial service will be held Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 2:00 PM at Westside House of Prayer in Vale.
Angeline Thornhill Widener, age 82, of Lincolnton,passed away Saturday,
July 19, 2014 at Presbyterian Main in Charlotte. The interment will be at Spirit of Life Church of God.
The former Epps building in downtown Newton will soon be home to a mother-daughter run gift store and boutique.
Rebecca and Jennifer Stiver will be relocating their store, 2 Pink Magnolias, from 200 North Main Ave. to the former Epps building on North College Avenue.
âAn industrial park is a great idea, but you have the wrong the location.â
This statement echoed in the 1924 Courthouse over and over Monday night as concerned citizens of the Startown community voiced their opinions on the proposed 1764 Business Park, but the Catawba County Board of Commissioners didnât seem to agree.
Madi Story went out a winner Monday night during the North Carolina Coaches Association East-West All-Star basketball game in Greensboro.
Story scored four points and grabbed five rebounds, leading the West to a 82-68 victory against the East in the exhibition contest.