The Lincolnton City Council is actively seeking full service/full menu restaurants to open in the downtown area. Discussion was held about a potential incentive plan to bring in this type of business at the council’s regular meeting held Sept. 5.
Students at East Lincoln Middle School got a civics lesson straight from a politician. Rep. Patrick McHenry, a Denver Republican, visited with several different classes at the school Friday. His first visit was with a sixth grade social studies class where the students were able to ask quest…
U.S. Rep. Patrick McHenry, state Sen. Ted Alexander and Lincoln County state Rep. Jason Saine were all present at a luncheon held by the Lincolnton-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce Friday. All three were given an opportunity to address chamber members and McHenry chose to speak on all the …
After opening the season with a pair of impressive road victories, the East Lincoln Mustangs took the field in front of their home faithful Friday night and didn’t disappoint, scoring on each of its first four possessions en route to a 41-21 victory over the North Gaston Wildcats.
The faithful fans in Denver will get a first look at their beloved Mustangs in tonight’s home-opener against the North Gaston Wildcats.
The Lincoln Charter Lady Eagles tennis team earned a 7-2 victory over Christ the King Tuesday to remain perfect on the young season at 6-0.
Arts & Entertainment
A quartet of classically-trained musicians will be performing beautiful renditions of ballads at the Lincoln Cultural Center Friday. The Sons of Serendip is the first of four concerts offered through the 2019-2020 Lincoln County Concert Association’s series.
The 2019-2020 season of the Lincoln County Concert Association begins next Friday, Sept. 13. Normally, these concerts are held on Sundays but some of the groups that were booked this year were so popular alternative dates had to be chosen.
Auditions have been held and practices will soon be underway for the 2019 performance of “The Nutcracker” hosted by the Lincoln Cultural Center. This year, 123 students auditioned for role(s) in the performance. Lincoln Cultural Center executive director Cathy Davis, as well as Morgan Wise, …
As if the allegations against former Lincolnton High School principal Tony Worley weren’t concerning enough, new revelations in the days that followed his resignation point to potential issues in the school system much more far-reaching and nefarious.
Lincolnton police officers have charged a street preacher with disrupting an Alive After Five concert in downtown. They should get their ticket books ready, because they’re going to be busy.
The Lincoln County Animal Shelter has reached a major milestone, and the county is better for it.
There are few tragedies more harrowing and heartbreaking than school shootings, as the whole nation was reminded in the wake of the recent events in Parkland, Florida.