The Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office raised around $4,000 in its annual fundraiser to help vulnerable families have Christmas gifts for their children.
Gamewell Ruritan Club’s monthly breakfast on Saturday has been canceled due to Gov. Roy Cooper’s COVID-19 restrictions and for everyone’s safety. However, the Gamewell Ruritan bingo on Monday, Dec. 7, will still open at 7 p.m. since the crowd for bingo is smaller and it’s easier to do social…
Three more deaths of Caldwell County residents from COVID-19 were reported Tuesday, and the number of county residents being treated in hospitals for the virus climbed to 28.
The N.C. State Board of Elections is combatting misinformation about the recent election by answering frequently asked questions, including how to check voter records, why voting early is categorized as absentee and how to be sure your vote was counted.
No one was hurt in an incident involving a man with a gun that scared shoppers at the Walmart Neighborhood Market in Hudson on Monday evening, the Hudson Police Department said.
Teacher Treasures: A Resource Center and Communities in Schools of Caldwell County partnered to sponsor an Angel Tree where community members can choose a student in need to purchase gifts for this Christmas. The angels on the tree will be Caldwell County students in the sixth through 12th g…
Larry Smith braves a frigid day in Lenoir to collect pieces of mistletoe from a tree along Mulberry Street near SunTrust Bank on Monday. The tradition of kissing under a spring of mistletoe is thought to have evolved from the belief among Celtic Druids nearly 2,000 years ago that because mis…
A winter storm passing through the state was expected to bring heavy snow Monday and today to high mountain elevations and strong winds to Coastal Plain counties.
A Patterson-area man could spend up to five years in prison for drug and assault convictions, a sentence that was lengthened because of the number of his previous convictions.
Despite widespread concerns that sales tax revenues could drop dramatically because of the coronavirus pandemic, monthly reports continue to show higher revenues in Caldwell County compared to last year.