Home » Archives by category » Local News (Page 1006)

Jaycees planning fundraiser

Share This Post

The Lake Norman Jaycees hosts Brews, Tunes and BBQ Saturday at Eastfield Bar and Grill in Charlotte. “I think it sounded like a fun event number one, and two, I think it was good to get our name out there since we are a new chapter,” said Kim Hoyle, president.…

Twins celebrate 90 years

Share This Post

Around Town 8/25/2010

Share This Post

BPW MEETING The Lincolnton Business and Professional Women’s group will meet 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at Ryan’s Steakhouse, on North Generals Boulevard in Lincolnton. Nicole Greer, PPCC Vibrant Life and Business Coach will be the guest speaker. For more information or to register, call Gigi Sampson at (704)…

90th birthday

Share This Post

75th birthday

Share This Post

Learning Land recognized

Share This Post

Lincoln County gains access to ICE database

Share This Post

Lincoln County, along with nine other counties in western North Carolina, will now benefit from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s new information sharing system. The Secure Communities system will assist federal agents in identifying and removing criminal undocumented citizens from the United States, Lincoln County Sheriff Tim Daugherty explained.…

Troopers plan crackdown over Labor Day weekend

Share This Post

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol and local law enforcement agencies are cracking down on impaired drivers as part of the Labor Day “Booze It & Lose It” campaign. The 2010 campaign began Friday and will continue through Sept. 6. “As we celebrate the end of the summer, I remind…

China eye treatment may help Denver girl

Share This Post

Andrew Dellinger loves his daughter, Madison, so much that he is willing to travel to China in the hopes that she will gain sight for the first time in her life. “I’d do anything in the world for her,” Dellinger said. “I want her to have a life as we…

County summer camp program wraps up

Share This Post

Lincoln County’s Parks and Recreation Department wrapped up its summer camp in recent days before students headed back to school Wednesday morning. The camp was held June 14-Aug. 20 at East Lincoln and Howard’s Creek community centers. The average daily attendance was 45 children in kindergarten through sixth grade. The…