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A 90-year old printing business is up for sale in downtown Newton, while another business in the cityâ€™s central district is closing its doors and moving to Conover.
More details on the closure of the Salvation Army thrift storeâ€™s closure and the future of Epps Printing in the Wednesday edition of The O-N-E.
Newtonâ€™s Heritage Trail is back open after the city spent six months replacing culverts along the three-quarter-mile stretch. How much has the city invested in this portion of the trail, and what is the future of the Greenway? Details in The O-N-E.
A man suspected in a gang-related shooting in Hickory was arrested after a shot stand-off in Catawba on Monday night.
Newton salutes area entrepreneur Javier Chavez with annual Unity Day Award.
â€˘Â Newton-Conover volleyball coach is the state preps Female Coach of the Year.
â€˘Â Maiden baseball continues to make great strides as the Blue Devils enter the CVAC tourney.
â€˘Â Final athletic conference approved for 2013.
â€˘Â Newton-Conover wins CVAC conference golf title.
â€˘Â Newton MayFEST title sponsor Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet helps make the annual spring festival happen.
â€˘ Barbershop quartet performance benefits Eastern Catawba Cooperative Christian Ministry.
â€˘Â Abernethy Laurels salutes volunteers.
â€˘Â Parade of Homes tour kicks off this weekend.
â€˘Â Providing humane treatment for feral cats in Newton is best for everyone, according to a letter writer on PERSPECTIVES. The O-N-E staff writer Nash Dunn contends that voters will â€śsettleâ€ť on a vote for president.
â€˘Â Newt Gingrich will ends his presidential campaign today: http://www.observernewsonline.com/content/breaking-gingrich-plans-end-ca...
â€˘Â The O-N-E reports area incidents and arrests: http://www.observernewsonline.com/content/catawba-county-crime-may-1.
â€˘Â Private sector job growth slows and stocks are expected to dip with the news. More details on The O-N-Eâ€™s business wire: http://www.observernewsonline.com/aggregator/sources/8.