The recent steady decline of COVID-19 in North Carolina from its post-holiday spike is starkly illustrated by the color shift in this week’s update of the COVID-19 County Alert System.
The North Carolina School for the Deaf in Morganton is offering American Sign Language classes online via Zoom and hopes to go back to in-person classes once it safely can. The classes are offered weekly and are free of charge to anyone interested. To find out more about ASL classes at NCSD …
In the months after being released from prison in October, 27-year-old Jordon Cornell was feeling increasingly hopeless, and that feeds into how he came into a confrontation with deputies early Wednesday that resulted in him being shot, his grandmother said.
The Caldwell Senior Center is offering an online mental health program from VAYA Health on Friday, March 5, at 10 a.m. The topics are “Schizophrenia: Psychosis: Can This Be Real?” and “The Many Faces of Antipsychotic Medications.” If interested, register by March 2 by calling the senior cent…
A former Caldwell County deputy accused of assaulting his ex-fiancee filed a court request after he was charged for a domestic violence protective order against the woman.
The kickoff to the Foundation of Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute’s Annual Fund Drive looked different than usual this year — an online event because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alyssa McMasters had already moved on to high school when a food pantry box was put outside Collettsville School, she still saw the impact the box had on the community.
Granite Falls officials intend to have a splash pad built at the town’s recreation center, the latest addition in a long-term renovation project that started eight years ago.
A man convicted in September of charges saying he rammed a vehicle driven by the Caldwell County sheriff had another confrontation with deputies early Wednesday and was shot after he pulled out a gun, officials said.
The idea of creating a podcast came up during a Bible study discussion at Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church about getting information about COVID-19 out to the community, Pastor Ike Perkins said.
More North Carolinians can get COVID-19 vaccinations starting today as Gov. Roy Cooper and state public health leaders expand the pool of people eligible for inoculations.