A Taylorsville man and a Wilkesboro woman have been charged in connection with three deaths in Alexander County. Two bodies were recovered in a Saturday night fire in Taylorsville and The Hickory Daily Record reports emergency workers
A Fire destroyed a barn that housed a workshop in Oak Hill yesterday afternoon. Lee Helton left the barn about noon when a neighbor rushed in and said that the workshop was burning. Helton was able to
The third suspect in Thursday’s armed robbery of a convenience store in Morganton turned himself in Saturday. The News Herald reports Stephen Craig received a $25,000 secured bond and has a court date set for June 24.
Caldwell County Schools has started their summer meals program. Meals are free for children ages 18 and younger. Piedmont Apts. 1302 Piedmont St.,Lenoir 12:15- 12:45 Poplar St. Apts. 1711 Poplar St., Lenoir 11:15 – 11:45 a.m.
Taylorsville firefighters discovered two bodies in a home after extinguishing a fire early yesterday morning. Investigators were seeking Areli Avilez as a person of interest and located him walking on Macedonia Church Rd. WBTV reports Avilez was
Two years after county officials broke ground on it, construction is expected to wrap up on the new jail in Burke County in a few months. After construction is done, the jail will have to be cleaned
Anna Martin, MPH, has been named Health Director for the Caldwell County Health Department, at the June 13th, 2019 Board of Health meeting. Martin has served as Public Health Public Information Officer, Health Education Supervisor, Assistant Health
One of three suspects in an early morning armed robbery is in custody, but the manhunt continues for the remaining two suspects. Three men, armed with guns, robbed the Speedway convenience store off Interstate 40 just before
A Cajah’s Mountain man is accused of molesting a young boy and investigators believe there could be more. The News-Topic reports George Long came under investigation in 2002 but there was not enough evidence in the case.
Western Piedmont Community College’s president has announced his intention to retire, but he’ll serve one more year on the job before stepping away. The News Herald reports Dr. Michael Helmick’s retirement would go into effect June 30.