Granite Falls Middle School was temporarily locked down on Friday. Police received a tip from the school resource officer at William Lenoir Middle School around 2 pm that a student had a gun. The News Topic reports
Police are investigating whether an apartment fire in Lenoir was set intentionally. Two resident were in the apartment on Thursday morning when they woke to a wall on fire. Police think someone set the fire intentionally, but
More than 100 boxes of Girl Scout cookies were stolen in Hickory. The Daily Record reports that the cookies were worth $500 and were stolen from a woman’s car earlier this week.
Wells Fargo customers may find themselves victims of a possible scam. Customers nationwide lost access to their accounts Thursday. The News Herald reports one of their reports received a message from an unknown number leading to prompts
CCC&TI announced the name of their first softball coach in a press release yesterday. Scott Triplett, a Hudson native will be joining the Cobra Athletic Department with his 15 years of coaching experience.
A woman died during an interaction with Catawba County Sheriff’s Deputies on Kool Park Road. Tuesday night The Daily Record reports deputies and EMS responded to a call of a woman displaying concerning behavior and rolling around
A driver was charged when her vehicle rear-ended an Alexander County school bus. The bus was stopped in a southbound lane of Second Street NE between Second Avenue and Third Avenue when the car hit it. No
Man and Woman of the Year; Visionary Leadership award & Ambassador of the Year presented at Chamber’s Annual Dinner
The Caldwell County Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner was held last night at the JE Broyhill Civic Center. The event is the Chamber’s largest annual membership meeting and serves as the L.A. Dysart Citizenship Awards banquet. This
The Hickory Daily Record reports a car rear-ended a Hickory Public Schools bus carrying one student Tuesday morning. The bus was stopped in a southbound lane of Second Street NE between Second Avenue and Third Avenue when
The Caldwell County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution in support of a statewide effort by school systems to give local boards the ability to set the beginning and ending of each school year, according to the