A wave of car break-ins is washing over Newton. Seven residents - many in the same neighborhood - became victims of thieves during the weekend. Where did it happen? Find out in the Tuesday edition of The O-N-E.
Newton middle-schoolers are landing in court - but they haven’t broken any laws.
Catawba County accepts used cooking oils at its Blackburn convenience center starting in February.
And the campaign for a gay marriage ban continues in North Carolina.
More details on these stories are available in the Tuesday print and online edition of The O-N-E. Also featured in The O-N-E:
• Have you been sick after visiting an area restaurant? The O-N-E readers share details about a recent experience at an area seafood restaurant. Share your comments on this or any other story - and with The O-N-E it is f-r-e-e. www.observernewsonline.com/content/unlucky-meal-sickens-diners 
• The sports week starts today for area high school athletes. See the schedule Tuesday and the entire week online: www.observernewsonline.com/content/catawba-county-sports-week-2 .
• “The Crazy Eight” are crazy good. Read more about Newton-Conover High’s LRD who are overcoming challenges created by a small roster.
• Carolina’s Cam Newton is Pro Bowl bound.
• Claremont Lions learned there are plenty of opportunities to serve thanks to a presentation by Claremont’s Henry Helton.
• New books are on the way to the Catawba County library system.
• Devine Farms in Newton delivers family farm fun.
• ROUNDBALL PICKS are back! Think you can pick hoops winners? Pick-up Tuesday’s O-N-E and enter your best game guesses - and WIN $$$.