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CCC&TI says new program likely to result in job
After being asked repeatedly whether he knew any students who are skilled as a maintenance technician, and tired of saying no, Jeff Holman decided to start a program that would let him say yes.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Jefferson Post Online Edition
N.C. Senate candidate visits Ashe
N.C. Senate candidate Jim Sponenberg talks to Jared Yelton, the general manager at Boondocks Tap Room and Restaurant during his visit to the county on Thursday.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Jaynes ends 31 years at CCC&TI
When Beverly Jaynes first came to Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute in 1983, she taught classes in a Broyhill Furniture factory.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Miles-long, high-speed chase ends in arrest
A man driving a stolen car led police and deputies on a high-speed chase Friday from Lenoir all the way to around the Burke County line before officers were able to puncture the car's tires and stop him, a Lenoir Police Department press release said.
Brief chase in Lenoir ends in crash
Stoney Banner was washing his car in a quiet Friday morning when suddenly a red Toyota Camry came speeding down Harper Avenue toward Fairview Drive.
Shouting erupts over Veterans Memorial plans
About 25 people squared off at a meeting of the town's Veterans Memorial Committee.
Man convicted in series of thefts
A Lenoir man who investigators call the ringleader in numerous thefts pleaded guilty Thursday in Caldwell Superior Court to seven charges, including five felonies.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
The Charlotte Observer
Asheville man sentenced in Caldwell court on drug charges
Ryan O'Neil Jeffries, 38, of Asheville, was sentenced to more than 18 years in prison this week after a drug conviction in Caldwell County, prosecutors said.
Company gets belated formal welcome to Lenoir
Each day, the 130 employees at Bakers Waste Equipment process 75 tons of steel and ship about 10 truckloads of containers and equipment for handling trash and recyclable materials to 600 customers.
Fiddlers' convention to mark decade of celebrating heritage
This weekend, campsites will dot the Yadkin River with firelight, and old-time and bluegrass music will echo across Happy Valley.
Using Facebook sends man to prison
A former Lenoir man who twice had been convicted of sex offenses with children is back in prison for starting a Facebook account, which as a sex offender he was not allowed to do.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
The Charlotte Observer
Lenoir man convicted of producing meth
Timothy Harrell, 38, of Lenoir, has been sentenced to 44 to 62 months in prison after being convicted of manufacturing methamphetamine, prosecutors in Caldwell County said.
Asheville man lost eye in wreck at Lenoir fire station
A man who crashed a car into the Lenoir Fire Department building downtown while fleeing drug investigators in October will serve 18 to 23 years in prison.
Lenoir wants better option for Smith's Crossroads
City officials have been clear since the N.C. Department of Transportation publicly unveiled the plan in May that they opposed it.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Deputies searching for missing teen
ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Lincoln County Sheriff's detectives are asking for the public's help to locate a missing 15-year-old who, it is believed, may be in the Burke County area.
5-car pileup blocks N.C. 18
Two people were taken to the hospital Monday morning after a five-car accident on Morganton Boulevard in Gamewell that smashed a pickup and left the road littered with shattered glass and car parts.
Kinston Free Press
Lenoir and Greene schools in session
At Rochelle Middle School in Lenoir County, the year began with a renewed emphasis on incorporating the arts into the curriculum as part of being an A+ school.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Rail crossing on N.C. 18 to become walking path
The dilapidated railroad crossing over Morganton Boulevard between Virginia Street and Harrisburg Drive in Lenoir will be removed and turned into a pedestrian crossing.
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Historic properties in Lenoir like the Center Theater and the old Blue Bell factory on College Avenue may be facing tougher paths to rehabilitation, as special tax credits that help property owners are set to expire at the end of the year.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Raw sewage leaks from broken pipe in Lenoir
A broken pipe released about 1,700 gallons of untreated sewage into a creek off Harper Avenue on Thursday, the City of Lenoir announced Friday.